As we are a vegan clothing company, we not only wanted to create great cruelty free clothing that promoted our cause. We also wanted to help out animals in as many ways as possible. That's why we have decided to donate 10% off ALL profits from each sale to The Farm Animal Sanctuary.
They are a small animal sanctuary that's been caring for farm animals for over 25 years. Founded by Janet Taylor they now have two full time employees and one part time employee who work with the animals to maintain and safeguard their welfare. They also have a small team of extremely dedicated volunteers. All administrative work is done by Janet, the Sanctuary’s founder, who also supervises the welfare of the animals and maintains their care at weekends with the volunteers. There are no administrative wages to pay. There website is maintained by volunteers. Every penny donated to the Sanctuary animals is spent directly on their welfare. They also have Joanna Lumley OBE as there patron.
Joanna Lumley on The Farm Animal Sanctuary
“When I saw the dreadful photographs that Janet had taken in markets I wept. Sick little orphan baby lambs, some of them only a few days old, freezing cold and hungry, some of who died before they could receive veterinary care. Thin and emaciated old sheep with crippled feet, at the end of their useful life being sold to go forward for Halal slaughter. Frightened, bewildered, gentle cattle being beaten over their heads and backs with thick sticks. Old pigs, so stressed by their surroundings they chewed the bars of their pens until their mouths bled.
I had no idea that this kind of thing went on in this country, we’re known as a nation of animal lovers. Janet asked for my help and support in any way possible to stand up for farm animals, to help give them a voice and to raise public awareness about farm animal welfare. I was happy to become the patron of the then newly formed Farm Animal Sanctuary.
All farm animals are sentient beings, they experience pain and fear, all species are caring, protective mothers and they all deserve so much better.
It’s such a joy to see the animals who have found their way to the Sanctuary. They know they are safe. They look contented, confident and peaceful, the young ones so full of life. Not enough people seem to care about them, and there are not enough places for them to go. We do need your help and your support to keep the Sanctuary going, please don’t forget them. Thank you.
The Farm Animal Sanctuary has always treated each creature in its care as an individual. Janet Taylor knows them all by name and habit: what they like to eat, where they go when they are in a bad mood, how they leap about when they are happy and how wily they can be in preparing to breach a fence or nick someone else’s food. For this reason almost above all others I love being the patron of such an enlightened set-up: despite being on the brink of penury for much of its existence it nevertheless continues to offer safety and a loving understanding to animals who have been thrown on the scrap-heap. The newsletters talk of the farm animals as others would write of friends and family; scrapes, mishaps triumphs, losses and terribly funny incidents; you realise that you are reading about living beings with different characters and needs. The Farm Animal Sanctuary is beyond reproach. "