from kitchen to cone, every scoop is the result of hard working, happy staff, strong local partnerships, sustainable practices, and of course, the finest ingredients we can source.

In and around every one of our ice cream shops is the most incredible community of people: employees, families, farmers, neighborhood businesses, teachers, Scouts, artists, activists and humanitarians. We are so proud to be part of this community and will never stop working to help it thrive.

For us, community starts with our scoop shops – located in Wallingford, Capitol Hill (Pike/Pine and North Capitol Hill), Madrona, Queen Anne, U Village, and Redmond. Molly started the company to create a multi-generational community gathering place, and that’s still our number one goal every time a new shop opens.

Across Seattle’s diverse neighborhoods, we support the community by donating ice cream and funds to local public schools and organizations that fight hunger. The Anna Banana Milk Fund provides fresh milk and other dairy products to customers of FamilyWorks Food Bank in Wallingford. We also strive to make business decisions that benefit the community. Every year, we purchase thousands of boxes of Thin Mint cookies directly from Western Washington Girl Scouts to make our 'scout' mint ice cream. Learn more about how Girl Scouts inspire us here.

And then there’s the larger community - we strive to be environmentally responsible by using only 100% compostable packaging and sourcing all of our ingredients locally, or from sustainable, organic sources. We choose to work with local farmers not just because it’s better for the environment, but also because it keeps dollars in our own backyard and is better for the community overall.

BY THE NUMBERS

  • Over the course of a year, we'll use 180,000 Girl Scout Thin Mints in our 'scout' mint flavor.
  • We compost 25,313 cubic feet of paper goods annually, cutting down on waste that goes to landfills.
  • We are proud to support public education by donating hundreds of goodies – gift cards, tee shirts ice cream, hot fudge and sprinkles – directly to Seattle schools. These items are used to thanks teachers, raise money for school supplies and rewards kids for academic achievement.
  • Many of our scoopers go through extra training to learn 44 American Sign Language signs – 18 ice cream shop-specific signs like “sprinkles” and “scoops," plus the whole alphabet. Inspired by some of our regular customers, our shop managers created this program to help make our shops more accessible.
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