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23 Nov '16

How We Give Back

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Farm Sanctuary, Sheep

We believe in giving back. As a Public Benefit Corporation, we donate 1% of our profits to pro-animal organizations. We do what we do because we want to see a better world. We know that together we can make it happen. Our mission is to reduce animal suffering by selling and promoting animal free products. We do this because we want to end animal agriculture.

Every time you buy an animal-free product, you are voting for a better world. We encourage brands to make animal-free products by helping them sell those products. We give you the power to influence the people who can actually make a difference: the manufacturers. They make what people buy. If we all buy more vegan products, more will be made, fewer animal products will be made, and fewer animals will suffer.

As a social enterprise, we use business principles to enact social change. We want more businesses to behave this way, too, and we go out of our way to support social enterprises with explicit social missions and that incorporate giving into their bottom line. Read more about us and why we do what we do on our About page and do your part by shopping the best.

Give Back


22 Nov '16

Cyber Monday Deals

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Homemade Betty

Homemade Betty is offering $20 off any order over $100 with the code HB16, and a free stocking stuffer size body butter with every body butter order using code Stocking. Shop here.


Votch is offering 10% discounts while doubling their donation back to charity to 20%. Votch is currently benefiting Farm Animal Rescue Sanctuary. Shop here.

Eba Totes

Eba Totes is offering free shipping on all orders. Eba Totes is an all-vegan company that makes high quality, sustainable, eco-friendly vegan bags from Ultrafabrics vegan leather in Los Angeles, USA. Shop here.

21 Nov '16

A Bird of Courage: Why We Adopted A Turkey This Thanksgiving

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Turkey Time

Every year for Thanksgiving, we eat more than 45 million turkeys. This year, we decided to adopt a turkey to help keep these beautiful birds off people's plates. For what Benjamin Franklin called a bird of courage, the turkey deserves our respect.

Even if you don't eat turkeys, you may come into contact with the turkey industry in other ways. Turkey feathers are used in textiles as an alternative to wool. Turkey droppings fuel power plants and fertilize crops. Turkey byproducts go into dog and cat food. While there are 7 million wild turkeys, more than 300 million mostly white turkeys are raised for food and these uses in the United States alone.

This year for Thanksgiving, we are partnering with Farm Sanctuary to protect these majestic birds and help people understand why they deserve to live. Our adopted turkey's name is Marshall. His favorite food is grapes, and he is flamboyant and curious. He was rescued from falling off a truck on the way to a live market. Watch the video of Farm Sanctuary's Celebration of the Turkey.

What you can do: buy vegan. Adopt a turkey and cook all-vegan dishes for your family. We have all sorts of vegan baking stuffs like marshmallows for you. It's never been easier to be vegan.

Sources: PETA, Wiki, Smithsonian

Farm Sanctuary Turkey Adoption Certificate

20 Nov '16

Giving Tuesday

Posted by Unicorn Goods

Shop these brands that give back on Giving Tuesday, throughout the holiday season, or any time of the year. Unicorn Goods also donates 1% of our profits to pro-animal organizations, so you can feel good about your booty.

Matt & Nat Hope


Angela Roi

Wully Outerwear

Farm Sanctuary



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