Vancouver company launches adorable Valentine's inspired collection to help dogs in need
Look good and save dogs with the Big Wild Project's 'Lover' collection as proceeds go directly to helping local rescue dogs.
You can look good and save dogs at the same time this month as a Vancouver company has launched a limited-edition Valentine's inspired collection that gives back to a local rescue organization. Big Wild Project has collaborated with Vancouver not-for-profit organization The Rescue Chain to launch the 'Lover' collection with each product sold raising money for the rescue - and you can pre-order today. The Lover x The Rescue Chain Foundation Collection includes adorable apparel, as well as accessories for both humans and their pups, with 70% of the proceeds from each item sold going directly to helping rescue, rehabilitate and re-home dogs rescued by The Rescue Chain.
For any dog lovers who want to gets their hands on any of these items for a Valentine's treat for themselves, or a special gift for a dog lover in their life, The Lover Collection is available by pre-sale only until February 11, 2020.
The Rescue Chain is a Vancouver not-for-profit organization committed to reducing pet overpopulation and suffering of dogs through spay and neuter clinics, and is just one of the rescues that Big Wild Project has donated to since launching in June 2019. "In addition to the 5% we donate from every item sold of our usual line of clothing line, we wanted to find another way to connect with rescues, raise awareness and help raise even more donations!," said Rikki, founder of Big Wild Project.
"We thought that collaborating with rescues on a unique design would be a great way to do that, so throughout the year, we will be doing as many collab-designs as we can to hopefully make a much larger impact! 'Don't Bullieve Everything You Hear'
The next Big Wild Project collection 'Don't Bullieve Everything You Hear' will launch on February 8, 2021, with proceeds going to HugABull Advocacy and Rescue, a cause that is extremely important to founder Rikki. "They received our last donation and since I just adopted a Pitbull, it's a cause that is super close to my heart!", she admits.
To shop the 'Lover' collection, visit the Big Wild Project website here.