Purchasing a new pair of glasses or frames can improve your vision and an animal’s life. That’s because Fetch Eyewear, which you can find in our Retail Gallery, donates 100 percent of its net proceeds to “support animal welfare through rescue, veterinary care, low-cost spay and neuter, and education in partnership with The Pixie Project.”
“The ultimate goal of this optical adventure has always been to provide long-term funding for animal welfare, the cause near and dear to our hearts,” the company states on its website. Launched in 2004 by Ann Sacks as Amy Sacks Eyewear, the company was rebranded as Fetch Eyewear in 2012 “to better communicate our mission and our commitment to donate all corporate profits to The Pixie Project in support of animal rescue, accessible veterinary care and education programs.”
Fetch offers an array of eyewear options for men and women, from reading and prescription glasses to stylish sunglasses. Every frame has its own unique look, such as Bamboo Masa (“Natural wonder”), Holden (“The golden one”) and Margot Sun (“Life of the party”), among many others. For Fetch, offering exceptional eyewear to customers around the globe helps the company realize its vision of a better world for animals.