Sliquid Releases Charitable Donation Roster For 2018

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01.02.2019 | Dallas, Texas — Top natural intimates manufacturer Sliquid has released the names of the organizations that have received a donation from their 2018 charitable contributions, including both local and national charities.

At the end of each year, the senior leadership at Sliquid sit down to curate a list of non-profit agencies whose mission align with the ideals of the Sliquid brand. The agencies included in this dossier run the gamut from medical-focused organizations to LGBT centers, animal rescues, and beyond. “Sliquid has been giving since the very beginning,” says Dean Elliott, who founded the company in 2002. He goes on to say, “Giving back is something that was instilled in me by my very gracious mother, so in some fashion, it’s a way for us to carry on her legacy.”Sliquid_Charity

Sliquid takes a comprehensive approach to community support. Non-profit agencies and community-focused businesses submit in-kind product donation requests for review through the company’s website. Along with product and monetary donations, the employees of Sliquid volunteer their time to organizations that need manpower over anything else.

Dean, along with co-owner Cynthia Wielgosz, and Sliquid’s resident CGO (Chief Giving Officer), Doriane Elliott, collaborate to always make sure that the company’s success is a shared success. When speaking about how they decide what agencies to donate to, Elliott says, “We’re all animal lovers in our office, so animal charities are a big part of our focus, but we love to give too many types of deserving organizations, and I believe the list will continue to grow.”

Below is a complete list of Sliquid’s charitable donations for 2018:

Alley Cat Allies, Alzheimers Foundation of America, American Humane, Animal Farm Foundation, Animal Hope and Wellness Foundation, Association of Sites Advocating Child Protection, BARC – CT, Best Friends Animal Society, Boy’s and Girl’s Club of Dallas, Dallas DogRRR – Rescue. Rehab. Reform., Doctors Without Borders, Fidelco Guide Dog Foundation, Free Speech Coalition, Frosted Faces Foundation, Genesis Women’s Shelter & Support, Good Shepherd Episcopal School, Graham’s Foundation,, Hope For Paws – Animal Rescue, League of Animal Protectors, Los Angeles LGBT Center, Make A Wish Foundation, Mazie’s Mission, Mercy for Animals, National Multiple Sclerosis Society, Muttville Senior Dog Rescue, Noah’s Ark Rescue, North Shore Animal League America, New York Bully Crew, People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, Planned Parenthood, Rescue + Freedom Project, Rescue Dogs Rock, NYC, Save the Children, Scleroderma Foundation, Second Chance Rescue, NYC, Small World Animal Rescue, Inc., St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, The Humane Society of the United States, The Syria Campaign, Transgender Law Center, Vintage Pet Rescue, Woodhull Freedom Foundation.