Help us support Marriage Equality USA, the Petfinder Foundation and WildLifeNOW! A percentage of each sale goes to your choice of these Charities!
The mission of Revenge Is, LLC is simple: to make a difference! And we put our money where our mouth is. How do we do it? And we do mean “we” – our fans and our company together. First, Revenge Is… designs some kick-ass graphic t-shirts about causes we love. Second, you buy the shirt and wear it around town. It’s that easy. Just by wearing our shirts, you are putting the issues literally in front of people’s faces. This might spark a conversation, give them something to think about, or even change their point of view. It’s grassroots at its most basic level. And the final component… we donate 5% of our net sales to charities! Changing the world is a collective effort and we have hand-picked three charities that are doing some pretty stellar work on very different and important issues. Check ’em out:
Based on the fact that our endangered species tees are among our most popular items, we know that wildlife conservation is important to you too. WildlifeNOW focuses on conservation efforts in Africa, as well as reversing years of environmental damage with the goal of re-establishing complete ecosystems. They operate a 3,270 square kilometer wildlife park in Tanzania which includes a Black Rhino Sanctuary and where they work to protect other at-risk species, including the African hunting dog, lions, leopards and elephants. WildlifeNow has also developed partnerships with local villages to re-establish ecosystems, protect endangered African wildlife and educate future generations of Africans about conservation efforts. Their multi-dimensional approach to this complex and important issue certainly merits support.
If you have a pet or were ever interested in rescuing an animal, there is no doubt you are aware of Petfinder Foundation. They help adoption organizations find homes for the pets in their care through its Sponsor A Pet, Disaster Fund, Care & Feeding and other programs. Petfinder.com, another component of their organization, is a searchable database of animals that need homes as well as a directory of 14,000 animal shelters and adoption organizations. Did you know that our “My BFF” line was inspired by two homeless pups found on Petfinder and rescued? This charity holds a special place in our hearts and in the hearts of all supporters of animal rescue efforts.
One of our first t-shirts read, “All Love is Equal.” We care deeply about this civil rights issue and were excited to find devoted and passionate advocates at Marriage Equality USA (MEUSA), the nation’s oldest organization dedicated to achieving civil marriage equality in every state and at the federal level. They educate, organize and build coalitions to win equal rights for LGBTQ families. Their goal is to empower individuals to be effective advocates in their community. We stand behind them one hundred percent and look forward to the day when marriage equality will be a reality throughout the globe.
Beyond the charities’ dedication to their causes, each is well-managed, uses its charitable dollars effectively, has a history of success, and is a legally-recognized charity (501(c)(3) status). We are confident that our contributions will be (and have been) used to champion these important causes!
About Our Charities
The Petfinder Foundation assists the 13,500+ animal shelters and rescue groups that post their adoptable pets on Petfinder.com. A nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization, the Petfinder Foundation helps adoption organizations find homes for the pets in their care through its Sponsor A Pet, Disaster Fund, Care & Feeding and other programs. Since its founding in 2003, the Petfinder Foundation has given more than $20 million in cash and product grants to shelters and rescue groups in the United States, Canada and Mexico. For more information, go to www.petfinderfoundation.com and the Petfinder Foundation Facebook Page!
WildlifeNow* operates a magnificent, 3,270 square kilometer park in Tanzania known as Mkomazi, which the Tanzania government recently awarded National Park status. WildlifeNow was created by Tony Fitzjohn and his mentor George Adamson, whose long efforts to protect wildlife was memorialized in the film “Born Free.” WildlifeNow operates a Black Rhino Sanctuary, a 40 square mile reserve within the greater park. Seriously endangered and a prime target for poachers, Mkomazi has provided the Black Rhino a sanctuary which is key to the species’ survival. WildlifeNow also has a world-class program to save the African Wild Dog and works to protect numerous other at-risk species, including elephants, elands, lions and zebras. WildlifeNow develops partnerships with local villages to re-establish ecosystems, protect endangered African wildlife and educate future generations of Africans about conservation efforts, thus changing local sentiment towards conservation and preservation and its team is considered one of the foremost authorities in the area of African wildlife conservation. In addition to the extraordinary work done at Mkomazi, Tony and his team are in the early stages of reversing many years of damage and re-establishing complete ecosystems in Kora National Park in Kenya. For his extraordinary leadership and success at preserving species at risk, Tony was honored for his work in 2006 by the Queen of England with the Order of the British Empire (OBE). For more information, go to www.wildlifenow.com and the WildLifeNOW Facebook Page!
*Also known as the George Adamson Preservation Trust
Marriage Equality USA (MEUSA) is the nation’s oldest organization dedicated to achieving civil marriage equality in every state and at the federal level. With volunteer leaders, members and partners in all 50 states, MEUSA is the largest grassroots organization of its kind engaged in education, organizing, advocacy and coalition building to win equal rights for all LGBTQ families. As the chair of the National Equality Action Team (NEAT), MEUSA has been instrumental in almost every state level campaign to win marriage since 2010. Its nationally recognized “License Our Love” actions in County Clerk offices have served as a model for similar work across the country. In 2014, MEUSA will be launching powerful new education and training initiatives that will further empower individuals to be effective advocates in their community and the media for achieving marriage equality. For more information, go to www.marriageequality.org and the MEUSA Facebook Page!