nonprofit partners

We give a percentage of our profits to organizations committed to making the world a better and safer place. we can create far reaching positive change through a variety of social initiatives. It just takes courage.

 
 
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DRESSEMBER FOUNDATION

Dressember is an international campaign to aid the fight against sex trafficking.

Every year, thousands of advocates around the world take on the creative challenge of wearing a dress or tie during the 31 days of December. The dress or tie serves as the conversation starter to educate the community about modern slavery. Through a personalized campaign page, you can share your journey with your community and make a tangible impact for their grant partners around the globe.

Dressember believes #YouCanDoAnythingInADress, including raise millions of dollars to support the fight to end slavery.


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impact personal safety

Impact Personal Safety offers dynamic, empowering personal safety training. Their classes include assertiveness and awareness skills, boundary-setting, verbal strategies, and full-force physical assailant defense throughout Southern California.

The training gives students the skills to avoid assault, if possible, and to physically defend themselves if necessary. It puts students in touch with their innate power regardless of size, strength, fitness or (dis)ability level. We are women and men working together to end violence in our society.

Knowing you can handle yourself in any physical situation means you carry yourself differently. If you believe your life is worth fighting for, you’re more likely to stand up and speak up for yourself in all areas of your life.


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Unleashe

Unleashe is a photo campaign in partnership with Boo2Bullying. This nonprofit has a mission to eradicate bullying, intolerance and discrimination by educating schools and parents about accepting diversity.

Their photo campaign uses the words that not only society gives us, but that we give ourselves. Both positive and negative words are put on the participants back and photos are taken, the negative words are smudged and we are left with only the positive.