SUPPORT THE VULNERABLE
Skull Shaver's objectives are to aid and protect the vulnerable among us. We have united with SOS Children's Villages, an organization that protects orphaned, abandoned, and vulnerable children, and the World Animal Protection, our friends who prevent cruelty to our animal companions.
A portion of the proceeds from sales will be donated to these organizations. Skull Shaver also provides its employees up to four hours of paid time off each month to volunteer for good causes.
With more than 70 years of experience, we are the world's largest nonprofit dedicated to the care of vulnerable children. We work extensively towards preventing child abandonment, offer long-term care for children in need and empower young people with the resources to reach their full potential – transforms the lives of millions of children and families worldwide each year.
Our approach is about systemic change. In partnership with governments, NGOs, the private sector, foundations and other relief organizations, SOS Children’s Villages builds effective support systems with lasting impacts for struggling families. Our efforts enable access to education, healthcare services and employment opportunities that are essential to maintaining safe environments for at-risk children. Our long-term services focus on making families self-reliant through savings and loan associations, income-generating activities, child-rearing classes, health education, emergency response and much more.
We've been moving the world to protect animals for over 55 years. Everyday billions of animals are experiencing unbearable cruelty. We tackle the root causes of their suffering so that we make the biggest difference to their lives.
We’ve always moved wherever the need for animal protection is greatest – from treating more than 70,000 animals following the Haiti earthquake in 2010 to training vets in Thailand to ending bear dancing across India in 2012 to investigating animal trafficking in El Salvador. And as we’ve grown, we’ve focused on protecting more animals in more places. Today, we have regional hubs in Africa, Asia, Europe, Latin America, and North America, and offices in 13 countries.