Giving Tuesday: Helping Furry Friends In Need

On this Giving Tuesday, we’re partnering with three like-minded friends who care deeply about animals. When you make a purchase from any of our partner’s links below, 100% of the proceeds will go to the charity of their choice (up to $10k, valid on 12/3/19 only).  


Allie Rizzo | @allierizzo

Charity of Choice: True and Faithful Pet Rescue Mission
https://www.trueandfaithfulpetrescuemission.org/

Animal advocate and influencer Allie Rizzo fell in love with her first rescue and hasn’t looked back. She feels joy when she thinks about the kindness and compassion involved when someone rescues a dog in need. "Furtuna Skin is a beautiful brand," Allie says, and with its cruelty-free certification, the company lines up with her beliefs. She’s happy to support True and Faithful Pet Rescue Mission, a Florida-based group fueled by donations and volunteers that rescued and found homes for over 600 dogs in its first year.

To join Allie in her support of True and Faithful Pet Rescue Mission, click here to shop




Gina Mari | @ginamariskincare

Charity: Love Leo Rescue
http://loveleorescue.org/

Around the holidays, lending a helping hand gives relief to those in need, says Gina Mari, founder of Gina Mari Skincare. "People who give also get a more global perspective," she says. It’s a win-win for everyone. Gina Mari is supporting Love Leo Rescue today to fund their rescue work and their low-cost spay and neuter clinic in California’s South El Monte. Gina Mari has seen many a heart warmed by the love received from a rescued pet. "Partnering with companies like Furtuna Skin is an absolute pleasure," she says.

To join Gina in her support of Love Leo Rescue, click here to shop




Sheryl Luke | @walkinwonderland

Charity: Freedom Service Dogs
https://freedomservicedogs.org

A little gesture can go a long way, says fashion and lifestyle blogger Sheryl Luke. It’s important to remember how fortunate we are and to share that as much as possible. Sheryl is supporting Freedom Service Dogs this Giving Tuesday. The group trains service dogs for people in need. "Service dogs are loving companions and help people become more independent," she says. When Sheryl hears about people whose lives could be changed exponentially for the better with a service dog, but they can’t afford it, it breaks her heart. Supporting groups like Freedom Service Dogs can help.

To join Sheryl in her support of Freedom Service Dogs, click here to shop



Put your holiday spirit of love and gratitude in action by donating to a cause you care about today.

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