As artists we believe being socially aware is our duty. We started Common Objects not just to make music, but also to do our part to try and make the world a little better.
For every job we win we donate a percentage of our earnings to a charity of the clients choice.
The mission of The Mawanda Project is to help provide food, housing, medical attention, education, and the love of a family to the displaced and discarded children in the town of Iganga, Uganda.
The No Kid Hungry campaign connects kids in need with nutritious food and teaches their families how to cook healthy, affordable meals. The campaign also engages the public to make ending child hunger a national priority.
NRDC works to safeguard the earth—its people, its plants and animals, and the natural systems on which all life depends. For more information, please go to www.nrdc.org and find out how to get involved.
Friends of Animals works to cultivate a respectful view of nonhuman animals, free-living and domestic. Our goal is to free animals from cruelty and institutionalized exploitation around the world.
Free Arts uses art to restore hope, resiliency, and self-esteem in children in Los Angeles ages 7-18 who have experienced abuse, neglect, poverty and homelessness. We serve more than 22,000 children in Los Angeles each year via nearly 200 adult volunteer mentors.
The water crisis is real. It’s affecting women, children, families and farmers. Women and girls in sub-Saharan Africa are spending hours a day fetching dirty water which leads to illness and disease, robbing entire communities of their futures.
Lack of access to safe water and proper sanitation limits education and food production, it harms health and leads to a cycle of poverty.
We want to help our neighbors and we know you do too. When you support The Water Project, you help bring clean water through new wells, rehabbed wells, sand dams, rainwater catchment systems and/or spring protections to schools, medical clinics and villages.
We believe local in-country solutions, through local national leaders, can help end the water crisis one partnership at a time. We can’t wait to bring you into the heart of their stories.