Scratch My Belly tri-blend crew tee
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50% of all revenue from Scratch My Belly tri-blend crews will go towards Scratch My Belly's effort to saving animals from high kill shelters in Southern California and throughout Mexico.
Scratch My Belly mission statement: Scratchmybelly.org is a non-profit organization dedicated to saving animals from high kill shelters in Southern California and throughout Mexico. Scratch My Belly’s founder Frederica Ginsburg and her volunteers work individually and with several local rescue groups to rehabilitate and re-home animals in need.
HYLETE 2017 charity goal: $100,000 - The HYLETE charities program supports charities that share the same core beliefs of the HYLETE nation. Handpicked for their clear vision and genuine compassion, participating charities will receive fifty percent (50%) of revenue from their charity apparel sales on HYLETE.com. The 2017 goal for all charities combined is $100,000.
- How many animals are put down per year? It is estimated that 8-10 million dogs and cats are put to sleep every year in shelters across the United States because of the irresponsible actions of a few and budget restrictions of shelters. It is time to end unnecessary killing of innocent animals and to stand against animal cruelty by caring for our four legged friends.
- How does Scratch My Belly help? Through the first 6 months of 2015, Scratch My Belly has been able to rescue 29 dogs from their unfortunate fate. With the average cost of $250 to improve and save the life of our rescue pets, your donations go to directly to the second chance at a happy life for both the animals rescued and their new forever homes. Scratch My Belly currently applies 100% of donations to provide the vet care for rescue dogs.
- 2016 goal In 2016, HYLETE hopes to help Scratch My Belly raise $25,000, which would equal a second chance for 100 rescue dogs. These funds would be used to take on medical and rehabilitation cases, allowing animals that otherwise would not have a chance to exit the shelter system, to get a second chance at a happy life.
50% Polyester / 25% Cotton / 25% Rayon
Machine wash cold, tumble dry low, do not bleach.