Would you like to support animal rescues but aren’t sure where to start? Why not start by updating your personal style? Ok, you’re probably wondering how that relates to helping animals in need, but with Fetch Eyewear it's one hundred percent possible. Why? Because they create super stylish prescription and non-prescription glasses and sunglasses and donate 100 percent (yes 100 percent!) of net profits to animal rescues! 

Fetch Eyewear was started by Ann Sacks in 2004 after Ann lost an expensive pair of new prescription glasses just days after buying them and decided there must be a better—and cheaper—way. She decided to embark on a journey to create affordable glasses. But why stop there? Ann decided her business was not only going to provide eyewear at a fair price but would also support animal rescue. 

14 years later, Fetch Eyewear is still following its mission, helping shelter animals while providing customers with the most up-to-date glasses at reasonable prices (think starting at under $100). Fetch teamed up with The Pixie Project, the Oregon-based animal rescue started by her daughter (the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree!), as well as with other animal welfare organizations, to provide them with a sustainable source of funding so that no shelter pet gets forgotten. So what are you waiting for? Find your new frames at fetcheyewear.com, look good, and help animals! —Alice Sewell

About The Pixie Project 

Founded by Ann’s daughter, animal advocate Amy Sacks, the completely not-for-profit Pixie Project helps animals from overcrowded shelters across the US find their forever home. As well as adoption services, they provide pet owner education and low cost spay and neuter services for pets of low-income and homeless owners to ensure all pets have the best possible quality of life. pixieproject.org