Porter PocketsTM is a business that values the health and well-being of the communities in which we all live. To demonstrate this commitment, we donate 5% percent of the net proceeds from each of our bags sold to support the valuable work of non-profit organizations who engage in service for the broader good. We focus our efforts primarily on animal welfare; animal/human partnerships in therapy, education and service; and clean air, water, & land initiatives. Our goal is to feature a different non-profit each quarter who will benefit from our sales.
If you are part of a non-profit that would like to become one of our partners, please send information about your organization and interest to firstname.lastname@example.org
For the remainder of 2018 we honor the critical efforts and dedication of Pasado Safe Haven based in Sultan, WA.
We are improving the response to crimes against animals through investigations, rescue and training programs for law enforcement, vets and humane officers.
Our 85 acre sanctuary is home to over 200 animals – dogs, cats and farmed animals – most of whom arrived from cases of cruelty or neglect.
We are reducing shelter overpopulation/unnecessary euthanasia with spay/neuter and food bank programs.
We engage thousands of people through online and sanctuary-based education and advocacy initiatives to reduce animal suffering and grow compassion.
Information about Pasado's Safe Haven was taken from their organization's website, https://www.pasadosafehaven.org. To learn more about Pasado's Safe Haven please visit their website or contact them directly.
Donation from Sales for:
June/July, 2017 given to Old Dog Haven, Lake Stevens, WA; https.olddoghaven.org
August,2017 - given to The Pongo Fund, Portland, OR; www.thepongofund.org
September/October, 2017 - given to the American Red Cross Hurricane Relief. www.redcross.org
November/ December, 2017/January, 2018 - Best Friends Animal Society; www.bestfriends.org
February/March/April, 2018 - The Sato Project - https://www.thesatoproject.org/
May/June/July/August - Pasado's Safe Haven