Giving Back

We strive to be a voice for animals and share our message of compassionate living. One huge way we can directly have an impact is giving back to our local animals sanctuaries. We donate 10% of our proceeds to The Alice Sanctuary and Robin's Refuge.

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The Alice Sanctuary

The Alice Sanctuary provides love, care and healing for rescued/surrendered/abandoned farmed animals. Drawing from the resiliency and life-affirming presence of the animals who live there, the goal of The Alice Sanctuary is to empower, encourage, and inspire visitors to find the tools they need to go out and make a positive change in the world around them.
The Alice Sanctuary promotes an atmosphere of compassion and empathy for animals through advocacy, education, and inspiration. By engaging with people participating either in their integrative programs or their volunteer program, they foster a sense of empowerment, and encourage visitors to aid in finding the tools they need to go out and make a change in the world around them.
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Robin's Refuge

Robin's Refuge is a sanctuary for farmed animals which is ran by a daughter and mother duo. They are dedicated to providing lifelong homes to the animals in their care, all of whom have come from situations of abuse, neglect and/or ignorance. They are also committed to advocating for these animals through public education. Farming is deeply woven into the fabric of Alberta, and sadly there is much misinformation as to the treatment and care of animals used for livestock purposes. They strive to teach humane treatment of animals, alternative lifestyle options that include more environmentally friendly choices, and to remove the ignorance that surrounds animal-based industries. Presently they are home to twenty two unique and beautiful lifelong residents; comprised of four horses, four ponies, four cats, two dogs, and eight 
pigs. Robin's Refuge is a sanctuary where the animals are in control of their own lives. Given freedom of space, the choice to choose their friendships and live without exploitation, their residents are individuals. They will never again be cogs in a machine.
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