We donate $5 for every item sold to help the animal on the front

In addition to donation, EVERY PURCHASE:

Saves the Environment

…through sustainably-produced products (recycled bottles, organic)

Supports Small Business in the USA

…all parts and materials are made by small businesses in the USA

Teaches Kids to Give Back

…through our characters Max & Maddie and animal-focused activities

How we help dogs at Trendy Little Sweethearts

DOG RESCUE donations are allocated by the coupon codes used at check out.  If you want to help a specific group, enter that group’s code:

Franklin’s Friends: FRANKLINS

A Purposeful Rescue: APR

If no coupon code is entered at check out, donations go to Franklin’s Friends

If you’d like to work with us to receive donations for your group, please email us at brandy@trendylittlesweethearts.com

ELEPHANT donations are sent to The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust USA, a registered charity in the US

The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust (DSWT) is located in Kenya.  DSWT has been helping African elephants for 40 years!  Our money is used on their most immediate need when it is sent.  This ranges from supplies for the Orphans Project, to funding their Mobile Veterinary Units, Anti-Poaching Units, Aerial Surveillance, etc

If you would like to learn more about DSWT, I recommend YouTube for videos.  It’s amazing!

How we help cats at Trendy Little Sweethearts

CAT RESCUE donations are currently given to Franklin’s Friends, who subsequently provides grants to small rescue groups in Central Florida.

We are actively looking for cat rescue groups to help.  If you’d like to work with us to receive donations for your group, please email us at brandy@trendylittlesweethearts.com

Cat rescues helped in the past:

Texas Litter Control

How we help whales at Trendy Little Sweethearts

WHALE donations are sent to IKA-Net, or Iruka & Kujira (Dolphin & Whale) Action Network in Japan.

IKA-Net is truly a grass roots non-profit organization, run by just a few people in Japan.  They spend their time bringing anti-whaling advocates together to lobby the government, as well as educating Japanese people on the impact of eating whale meat.

If you would like to learn more about IKA-Net, you can visit their website here.

If you’d like to work with us to receive donations for your group, please email us at brandy@trendylittlesweethearts.com

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