What Is A Changemaker?

When people make time for good, transformative change
happens. We believe in the power of changemakers to make
the world better for all of us through acts both big and small. 

Our Ambition

Inspire, ignite and activate
5 million changemakers by 2025.*

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Creating the next generation of SHEroes. 

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Opening doors through mentors and peer to peer learning. 

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Building community and taking action.

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We're Going Pro-Planet

Leaving the world a better place for future generations. 


As part of our pro-planet initiatives, we currently source more than
90% of our leather from Leather Working Group certified tanneries.
That means this leather went through a tanning process that met
strict requirements on responsible water use, wastewater
discharge, energy use, chemical management and air emissions.

We're also aiming to have 40% of our leather products made from
Litehide—an innovative eco-leather that enables a further dramatic
reduction in water consumption, wastewater pollution, CO₂
emissions, the use of salt and waste—by the end of 2020.

Visit Fossil Group to find out more about our pro-planet
initiatives as well as our wider sustainability strategy.

Partners in purpose.

We partner with super-powered organizations who think like we do and work tirelessly to inspire, ignite and activate young changemakers.

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Our impact so far.


of our Fossil country footprint was

engaged in our Make Time For Good work


students gained access to education

through Me to We partnerships


young lives in 24 countries improved

through our Fossil Foundation since 2013

Walking the walk.

For 35 years, our 10,000 global employees have created change in our communities by
supporting and mentoring bright minds all over the globe. 

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“Being a mentor is an incredible experience, both to help someone grow, and to learn and develop yourself.”

- Dennis Horng, Product Design,
9 Year Fossil Employee

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“The minute I discovered there was an opportunity to be a part of the Marcus Graham Project, I knew it was something I wanted to do.”

- Jennifer Smith, Product Development,
11 Year Fossil Employee

*Measured through content shares, donations, volunteerism and purchases of Make Time For Good products.