Every time you buy from us, know that your money is being used to help change the lives of others and for that, we thank you from the bottom of our hearts.The thing that really sets us apart, is our dedication to helping others. Eco Tan & Eco By Sonya is proud to be a global philanthropic company and it’s because of you that we are able to do so.
“Eco Tan is about lifting people up.” says Sonya.
Sonya lives up to her promise of helping others with Eco Tan regularly donating and contributing to over 20 charities and foundations around the world every month. However, it’s the community projects that are close to Sonya’s heart and at any given time she is involved with special projects like rescuing a mother and her children in Romania, or paying for countless dog’s operations, saving a domestic violence sanctuary from closing, housing and schooling families, and the list goes on. We get excited by being givers.
In November 2018, we launched our first not for profit product; Eco By Sonya Hand & Nail Cream for Rafiki Mwema. In a never seen before move, 100%, yes 100% of our profits from the sale of every one of this product go directly to Rafiki Mwema. www.rafikimwema.com link here. Nothing compares to love.
“I want to encourage women that no matter how dark your world turns, never give up and know you are worthy, strong and have value!” ~ Sonya
Wildlife Rescue Inc. operates an Australia-wide call centre staffed by home-based volunteers trained to assist in all aspects of native animal rescues. This service is available to any person or organisation in Australia involved in animal rescues
On New Years Eve, in the early hours of the morning, the devastating and out of control East Gippsland bushfires would reach James and Kara Joiner’s North Betebelong property, leaving nothing in it’s wake.
As the fire, so ferocious it would later be described by the media as a fire storm, roared toward their home it created a wind so severe it ripped the roof off their home and sheds before it was upon them.
“The fire created its own storm and we had such gusts of wind our verandah and roof fell off as spot fires were happening, all within 2 minutes of us seeing the flames,” Kara has described.
It was hopeless trying to fight. They were forced to flee as their verandah started falling in around them; driving through flames and over burning trees that came down across their driveway, to take cover in a dam with their neighbour and surrounding wildlife.
From a distance, cloaked in wet blankets in their car by the dam, aircon blasting, James and Kara Joiner watched as their family home burned. “strong winds were almost ripping our car over… and upon leaving we only managed to save one of our dogs…” Kara has said of the harrowing wait for the fire to pass.
A few hours later, nothing was left. Not their house, their belongings, their sheds, their work equipment, their pets. In the space of a single night they lost their home, their livelihood, and a piece of their hearts.
Days after the fact; the devastating loss is still sinking in as livestock continues to be lost, and the enormity of what needs rebuilding and recovering sinks in. With your help, donations big or small, we can ease the way for this hardworking family.