Pay it Forward
When you purchase from us, you virtually touch the souls of 3 others.
The person or persons who created your selection(s) feels good and gets a boost in their confidence because someone else desires something they made. And let’s face it – we can all use a boost in our confidence now and then!
You have made a choice to buy something knowing a portion of the proceeds is then donated to someone else in need. Feels good, right? Plus, you now have the added benefit of getting to wear something beautiful, AND special. Probably helps you feel a little extra pretty I suspect…
The Donation Recipient
Someone, somewhere is now going to receive the help they so desperately need. You might even say you’ve helped change the world, because at least for them you have!
During the check out process, you will be asked where you would like your donation to go.
There will be 3 incredible organizations to choose from:
Mission Animal Hospital
Mission Animal Hospital is the Midwest’s first and only full-service nonprofit veterinary hospital serving low-income pet owners and underserved communities. Mission’s revolutionary model strives to reduce the barriers to veterinary care by offering subsidized services along with unique programming to make pet care more affordable and accessible.
At Mission, they understand how special the human-pet bond is, and their goal is to protect this bond and ensure barriers to care are never the reason a pet owner has to say goodbye too soon.
To learn more, please visit www.missionah.org.
The Pinky Swear Foundation
Before nine-year-old Mitch Chepokas died from cancer, his dad made a pinky swear promise with him to continue to help children with cancer and their families by providing immediate needs support and unique family programs.
Pinky Swear Foundation eases the financial and emotional impacts experienced by children with cancer and their families by providing basic needs support and during a very challenging time. Cancer is not a one-day thing. It is hard to imagine what life is like to have a child going through cancer; it affects the whole family. That's why our programs are so important. We do not limit requests from families, nor discriminate on socioeconomic status. When cancer enters life, the simple, everyday things aren’t so simple anymore.