23 Oct '13, 4pm

Love animals? This eyewear company will make you doggone happy

is more than your typical eyeglass-maker. The Portland company is also the first—and so far only—of its kind to funnel all its profits to supporting animal welfare. Designer Anne Sacks founded her venture, known in 2004 as Amy Sacks Eyewear, as an alternative to both the sky-high markups of brand-name frames and the disposability of cheap drugstore readers. Sacks soon found herself merging that mission with her lifelong passion for animal rescue . Rebranded in August 2012, Fetch now serves as an ongoing funding source for the PIxie Project , a local animal rescue that works with county shelters to find permanent homes for stray cats and dogs.

Full article: http://www.ecouterre.com/fetch-eyewear-donates-100-percen...

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