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  Today and everyday, we give back from every sale, to help Puerto Rico’s homeless animals via Colitas Sonrientes Inc. This was one of the main reasons we decided to launch Ni|BEACHWEAR, we believe our everyday choices can have a positive impact on anyone and anything. Local, non-profit organizations work tirelessly to help feed, save and find forever homes to our homeless animals and they need the support of an entire community to continue their work. This Giving Tuesday, we wanted to share with you a list of the amazing organizations that do the impossible to change the lives of homeless animals in Puerto Rico! Click on the links to learn more about their work and donate!  Save a Sato...

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  Today, November 28th, is #GivingTuesday, a global day of giving. It comes right after two of the most popular shopping events, Black Friday and Cyber Monday. While our Holiday mood is in full swing, let’s take a moment and give to the charities that are close to our hearts (today & always). After our beautiful island got hit by hurricane María, we found ourselves rethinking our lives and making sure we live them making a positive impact on absolutely, everything that surrounds us. Our hearts truly lie with the homeless animal population of Puerto Rico and everyone involved in offering them a better life. We want to encourage everyone to reach out, volunteer and/or donate to a cause close...

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The Days After Hurricane María

This post has been a long time coming, its been officially 55 days since Hurricane María hit Puerto Rico and her force can still be felt. From the countless families without homes or power, to visible structural damage, to the humanitarian efforts still in full force, its been a life changing experience. I remember feeling a heart dropping sense when images and stories started coming up right after Hurricane Irma made its way through Florida and the Caribbean, and when Harvey hit Texas, but I was still optimistic about how we would weather María. I don’t think María left a stone unturned in the entire island; it was a phenomenon that engulfed us completely. Regardless of all we lost, we...

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