Tom's of Maine creates natural products like toothpastes, deodorant, mouthwash, dental floss and soap for the entire family. Like you, they believe their actions have an impact on the people and the world around us.

We are so pleased to partner with Tom's of Maine to bring natural beauty back to Sheryl's 2011 tour. Look for them in the Reverb Eco-Village before each show, where you can support local non-profits and sample the new Simply White Toothpaste!


The Sustainable Biodiesel Alliance (SBA) is a non-profit organization created to promote sustainable biodiesel practices, including the harvesting, production and distribution of biodiesel fuels. Their ultimate goal is to create a certification program for verifying that all points along the production and distribution chain are in compliance with the SBA's standards of sustainability.



Whether you want to be a driver or a passenger, Zimride is a fun way to meet other concert attendees and save money. Similar to Facebook, Zimriders can view profiles displaying favorite in-car music and radio stations before deciding to share a ride.



Climate Counts is a non-profit campaign that engages consumers and the business community in a constructive effort to fight climate change. By scoring companies annually on the basis of their voluntary environmental commitment, Climate Counts helps people make critical distinctions between well-known brands that are leading and those not yet keeping pace. Climate Counts believes everyday consumers can be the most important activists in the fight against global warming.



Stonyfield Farm has been a proud supporter of Reverb's work since 2007. They make pure, delicious organic dairy products that are sold in supermarkets, natural food stores and colleges across the country. They also use the best environmental practices they can find, because only a healthy planet can produce healthy food for healthy people.



NativeEnergy is a climate solutions pioneer and recognized leader in the US carbon market, offering services that reduce carbon emissions to fight, global warming. Compensate for your global warming pollution and help NativeEnergy build renewable energy projects that generate more than just electricity; by supporting renewable energy projects on tribal and family farm land you are helping people who depend on the gifts of the earth for their very survival to develop sustainable economies in accordance with their core cultural beliefs.