Organizations Page

Below is a list of organizations The Futon Shop have proudly joined. If you would like to add your organization for FREE, please email

Better Sleep Council great ideas for getting a good night sleep
Better sleep council
The Better sleep council gives tips on getting a better nights sleep, and sleep issue.
National Institute of Health Until the 1950s, most people thought of sleep as a passive, dormant part of our daily lives. We now know that our brains are very active during sleep. Moreover, sleep affects our daily functioning and our physical and mental health in many ways that we are just beginning to understand. Learn more
Sleep: A Dynamic Activity
Do you ever feel sleepy or "zone out" during the day? Do you find it hard to wake up on Monday mornings? If so, you are familiar with the powerful need for sleep. However, you may not realize that sleep is as essential for your well-being as food and water.
Bureau of Home Furnishings and Thermal Insulation (BHFTI)  & The Futon Shop
Bureau of Home Furnishings and Thermal Insulation (BHFTI) protects consumers through the regulation of health and safety standards in the bedding, furniture, and thermal insulation industries.
Bureau of Home Furnishings and Thermal Insulation (BHFTI) & The Futon Shop
The Futon Shop headquarters license number is 409 at the Bureau of Home Furnishings and Thermal Insulation. We are in good standing and have worked closely with the Bureau in regards to consumer protection in the futon industry. This is to keep our commitment in providing the most comfortable and safe futon mattresses to our customers. There are very stict laws regarding futon mattresses and all mattresses manufactured or sold anywhere in the United States. There is an open flame test 16 CFR 1633 as well as CATB 603 that is required that all mattresses and foundations must adhere to. The BHFTI monitor and helps keep consumers safe and they work in conjunction with the Consumer Product Safety Commission CPSC. The purpose of these laws is to lessen the deaths of all American's caused by fires started in their homes will sleeping.
Eco-Metro & The Futon Shop
Eco-Metro put out the very first print Eco-Metro guide, called Chinook Book, in Portland, Oregon in September 2000. Today people are more interested in green than ever before, but they are also inundated with information.
Eco-Metro & The Futon Shop
The Futon Shop is proud to be part of Eco-Metro Guide. Our goal is to provide the most comfortable premium green organic futon mattresses to our customers.
Furnishings Guide
Furnishings Guide was designed with you the buyer in mind. Furniture shopping at its best, with world famous Name Brands at your finger tips! Quality Furniture is what we are about. We search the net for only the finest Furniture Retailers who can provide popular furniture for your home such as Armories, Bunk Beds, Platform Beds and Outdoor Furniture such as Wall Fountains for a reasonable price.
Furnishings Guide
The Futon Shop offers premium futon mattresses since 1976. See our Natural chemical-free sofabeds and mattresses are featured in our 5 Exclusive Collections. Each mattress is designed for ultimate comfort while using natural and pure earth elements.Eco-Friendly Organic Cotton futon mattresses, Wool mattresses, 100% Natural Talay & Dunlop Latexmattresses, Innerspring mattresses, all the Soy-based Foam and Soy-based Memory Foam Our 24 eco-friendly are made strong to last long.
Green People & The Futon Shop
GreenPeople motto is "Buy Green, Sell Green, Be Green"!
Green People & The Futon Shop
The Futon Shop is excited to be a part of The Green People Organization movement. Since 1998 Green People is an online directory of eco-friendly businesses, organizations and events. The Futon Shop provides the most comfortable premium Green Organic Futon Mattresses to our customers since 1976.

GreenPeople considers itself a "community service", 
GreenPeople mission statement:

  1. To create a more compassionate world.
  2. To practice honesty in business.
  3. To help like-minded people meet, network, support and empower each other to help us reach our potential.
  4. To make a fair profit.
  5. To influence the socio-economic and political agenda calling for safety, fairness, justice, environmental protection, health care for all, accurate product labeling, and the removal corporate control from our society.
Organic Mouse & The Futon Shop
Organic Mouse represents the latest in organic, healthy products. You will find an abundance of the finest natural products currently available in our store.
We have hand picked over 50 vendors that we feel care for the environment, your health and the future of the world we live in. Enjoy your time exploring our virtual organic heaven. ~ Peace, Health and Happiness ~ The Mouse Team
Organic Mouse & The Futon Shop
The Futon Shop offers premium futon mattresses since 1976. See our Natural chemical-free sofabeds and mattresses are featured in our 5 Exclusive Collections. Each mattress is designed for ultimate comfort while using natural and pure earth elements.Eco-Friendly Organic Cotton futon mattresses, Wool mattresses, 100% Natural Talay & Dunlop Latexmattresses, Innerspring mattresses, all the Soy-based Foam and Soy-based Memory Foam Our 24 eco-friendly are made strong to last long.
Organic Trade Association & The Futon Shop
Organic Trade Association (OTA) is a membership-based business association that focuses on the organic business community in North America. OTA's mission is to promote and protect the growth of organic trade to benefit the environment, farmers, the public and the economy.
Organic Trade Association & The Futon Shop
The Futon Shop is proud to be part of The Organic Trade Association. Our goal is to provide the most comfortable premium green organic futon mattresses to our customers. The National Organic Standards Board Definition of "Organic" The following definition of "organic" was passed by the NOSB at its April 1995 meeting in Orlando, Florida - "Organic agriculture is an ecological production management system that promotes and enhances biodiversity, biological cycles and soil biological activity. It is based on minimal use of off-farm inputs and on management practices that restore, maintain and enhance ecological harmony.

‘Organic’ is a labeling term that denotes products produced under the authority of the Organic Foods Production Act. The principal guidelines for organic production are to use materials and practices that enhance the ecological balance of natural systems and that integrate the parts of the farming system into an ecological whole.

Organic agriculture practices cannot ensure that products are completely free of residues; however, methods are used to minimize pollution from air, soil and water.

Organic food handlers, processors and retailers adhere to standards that maintain the integrity of organic agricultural products. The primary goal of organic agriculture is to optimize the health and productivity of interdependent communities of soil life, plants, animals and people."

"If people really understood the connection of environmental damage to their own lives, they would be much more motivated to preserve and protect the environment."

--Dr. Eric Chivian, director of Harvard’s Center for Health and the Global Environment, in Veterinary World, Spring 1999

Benefit of organic, Organic agriculture protects the health of people and the planet by reducing the overall exposure to toxic chemicals from synthetic pesticides that can end up in the ground, air, water and food supply, and that are associated with health consequences, from asthma to cancer. Because organic agriculture doesn’t use toxic and persistent pesticides, choosing organic products is an easy way to help protect yourself.

Organic growers use biological and cultural practices as their first line of defense against pests. Methods include crop rotation, the selection of resistant varieties, nutrient and water management, the provision of habitat for the natural enemies of pests, and release of beneficial organisms to protect crops from damage. The only pesticides that allowed in organic agricultural must be on an approved use, with restricted use.

* Reporting on its study examining pesticide residues in foods bought around the country, Consumer Reports in January 1998 noted: "Our side-by-side tests of organic, green-labeled, and conventional unlabeled produce found that organic foods had consistently minimal or nonexistent pesticide residue."

Source: "Greener Greens? The Truth about Organic Foods," Consumer Reports, January 1998, page 13. Meanwhile, consumers are exposed to toxic and persistent chemicals due to current practices.

Redwood Empire Food Bank
Redwood Empire Food Bank
The mission of the Redwood Empire Food Bank (REFB) is to end hunger in our community

Founded in 1987, the REFB is Sonoma County's largest hunger-relief organization. 

We acquire food and distribute it through a network of charitable agencies and our own food assistance programs, and also provide food to Lake, Mendocino, Humboldt, and Del Norte Counties through smaller food banks. 

In addition, the REFB advocates for effective legislation that will provide long-term solutions to hunger in our community.
Sustainable Furniture Council & The Futon Shop
Sustainable Furniture Council is a non-profit balanced coalition of industry players created to promote sustainable practices among manufacturers, retailers, and consumers alike with a public tagging program to identify good choices. We are over two hundred members strong and growing fast. The solution starts with you.
Sustainable Furniture Council & The Futon Shop
The Futon Shop is a proud founding member of Sustainable Furniture Council. Our goal is to provide the most comfortable premium green organic futon mattresses to our customers. Let's Make a Difference Today!

Much is made of the threats to our environment, and rightly so. Many want to help, but few know how to begin. Every successful cause reaches a tipping point, a moment when collective consciousness leads to concerted action and produces results. Whether you are a manufacturer, a retailer or a consumer, there are plenty of things that all of us can do now. The first step is simple. When you are sourcing materials to build with, when you are selecting products to stock, when you are buying things for your home... ask questions:

* What are the products made of? * Where and how were the materials procured? * If made of wood, was it legally harvested? * How are they processed into finished goods? * What is the environmental impact? * What will happen to the product after its served its purpose?

Here are some other things you can start doing today: * Make My Home Greener * Make My Textile Choices Greener

For more information, you may also want to visit these valuable links :
The story of stuffEarth's clockThe Natural Resources Defense CouncilFight Global WarmingClimate CrisisWorldwatch Institute

Together we can make a difference!

WARMGOODS -- Thermal aromatherapy wraps!
WarmGoods is a subsidiary of Earth Bound Works --a company devoted to creativity, good health, wellness and longevity. Our aim is to partner with you as you pamper and nurture your self, providing top-notch products and accessories for your health and well-being.
WARMGOODS -- Thermal aromatherapy wraps!
The Futon Shop works with Warmgoods to provide recycle materials for their quality unique products. WarmGoodsTM is focused exclusively on WarmWearableTM products that perform and deliver real results, fast. These products are designed to give you fast relief from aches, pains, and chills. Most of our products are enhanced with aromatic herbs that provide effective stress-relief and muscle relaxation, at home and on the go. Certain products are designed for use primarily in the home, to maximize relaxation and promote restful sleep.
Women's Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC) & The Futon Shop
Women's Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC) founded in 1997, is the nation's leading advocate of women-owned businesses as suppliers to America's corporations. It also is the largest third-party certifier of businesses owned and operated by women in the United States. WBENC works to foster diversity in the world of commerce with programs and policies designed to expand opportunities and eliminate barriers in the marketplace for women business owners. WBENC works with representatives of corporations to encourage the utilization and expansion of supplier/vendor diversity programs.
Women's Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC) & The Futon Shop
The Futon Shop believes in fostering a diverse environment. We joined the Women's Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC) in 2000. Dedicated to enhancing opportunities for women's business enterprises, WBENC works in partnership with women's business organizations located throughout the country to provide a national standard of certification for women-owned businesses. The organization also provides its corporate members and certified women's business enterprises (WBEs) with access to a range of B2B sourcing tools including, an Internet database – WBENCLink – that contains information on certified women's businesses for purchasing managers nationwide. WBENC is a resource for the more than 700 US companies and government agencies that rely on the WBENC certification as an integral part of their supplier diversity programs.

Through its benchmarking surveys and ongoing interaction with certified women's business enterprises, WBENC has become the nation's leading source of information on trends in supplier diversity programs for WBEs at US companies and government agencies. WBENC also promotes best practices in supplier diversity through the annual selection of "America's Top Corporations for Women's Business Enterprises."

WBENC is a diverse coalition whose governance structure is grounded on these three legs: the corporations that hold two-thirds of the seats on the Board of Directors and provide insight into the needs of corporate America; the Leadership Council that represents the women's business organizations that have pledged to use the WBENC standards and submit annual reviews of their procedures and results; and the Women's Enterprise Leadership Forum, representing the certified WBEs from around the country.

WBENC prepares and provides its partner organizations with on-site training and educational materials detailing certification procedures and program management. WBENC's research projects and surveys, primarily of CEOs and corporate procurement decision-makers, help to identify impediments to doing business and suggest "best practices" to maximize WBE opportunities and expand and enhance supplier diversity programs. The "Balanced Scorcard for WBE Program Process Improvement" assists WBENC corporate members in self evaluating their WBE programs.

FUNDING WBENC is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that seeks and accepts donations from corporations, foundations and individuals to support its mission and programs.

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