We want our customers to develop a more informed approach to charitable giving; one that ensures them that their donations end up supporting the actual cause that they are giving to.
Toledo, OH (PRWEB) January 29, 2013
Pay It Forward (PIF) Apparel has committed to working with twelve non-profits organizations to help impact positive world change. The company, which launched its line of socially conscious t-shirts back in August, uses t-shirts to help raise money and awareness for a variety of different charities. PIF donates 25% of every sale to help impact causes from marine wildlife conservation to human trafficking.
Pay It Forward has announced the following non-profits for its 2013 lineup:
1. AMREF USA - Healthcare to women and children of Africa
2. Autism Research Institute - Autism research and awareness
3. Children of the Night - human trafficking
4. EcoHealth Health Alliance - Environmental health and preventative epidemic research
5. 4 Paws for Ability - Service dogs for children in need
6. Children of the Nations - Providing holistic care to orphans
7. KickStart - Helping farmers get out of poverty
8. Sea Shepherd - Marine wildlife conservation
9. American Foundation for Children with AIDS - Health and awareness for children w/ AIDS
10. BreastCancer.org - Breast cancer research, education and awareness
11. Safe Place - Domestic violence relief and awareness
12. Solid Rock International - Transforming the body, mind, and soul of the poor in the Dominican Republic
All of the non-profits that PIF will be representing have displayed an above average commitment to financial stewardship with many of the organizations holding a 4 star financial rating with Charity Navigator. The emphasis on good finances is an important part of Pay It Forward model, which seeks to impact positive change in the most efficient way. The company is relying on millennials to take the lead in eliminating wasteful spending in the non-profit sector by being more selective on which organizations receive their donations.
PIF’s founder, Matthew Moses, states “We want our customers to develop a more informed approach to charitable giving; one that ensures them that their donations end up supporting the actual cause that they are giving to. All of our partners are industry leaders in terms of using their funds for program expenses; ultimately this is making a bigger impact for the causes that we represent.”
The company currently sells a line of high quality t-shirts for $23, and each has a positive and inspirational message. The company will be launching additional designs in the near future and has plans to come out with more designs that represent the causes that customers are able to support.