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WE CULTIVATE GOOD KARMA

We named our tequila "Karma" to the cause and effect relationship between good action and intention. We are not just great tequila craftspeople; we are also social entrepreneurs with a dedicated mission to philanthropy through our program, "Cultivate Karma." With each sip you take, your good karma manifests in real world change. Below are a few of the charties that Karma has sponsored in 2016. Interested in what you see? Then get involved and donate!

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Karma Rescue

Karma Rescue is a non-profit organization dedicated to saving animals in need by finding them permanent homes and providing the resources for successful companionship. Through education, they instill the critical need for spay/neuter and offer guidance to strengthen the animal-human bond. Their vision is to help create a compassionate society which provides safety, refuge and protection for all animals.

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El Nido Family Centers

Believing that "a child cannot grow up twice", El Nido was founded in 1925 by the National Council of Jewish Women to provide meals and respite care to undernourished and neglected girls. In the 1960s, El Nido expanded to include residential shelters, and offered guidance for abused, abandoned and runaway girls. As the incidence of child abuse, school failure, youth crime and teen pregnancy increased, El Nido’s focus evolved to community-based prevention and early intervention.

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Crayon Collection

The Crayon Collection model is simple but their impact is extraordinary: by collecting gently used crayons from restaurants and hotels that distribute free crayons to children when they dine, in addition to community-based collection efforts, they intervene in a cycle of waste that has existed for decades. They save an extraordinary tool of expression, curiosity and learning – the crayon - and redistribute them to local schools in need across the country.

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City Year

At City Year, they believe education has the power to help every child reach his or her potential. However, in high-poverty communities there are external factors and obstacles students are faced with every day that can interfere with their ability to both get to school and be ready and able to learn. But it's these students who need a bit of extra, individualized support. But there’s a gap between the kind of help they need and the support the schools are designed to provide. City Year works to fill that void to give kids a fighting chance.

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