The Rescue Project – a woman’s plan to rescue our best friends (images via The Rescue Project)
Athletes with a love for animals
I don’t know if you’ve ever been lucky enough to be brought up with, or around animals. From my earliest memories, we had dogs, cats, chickens, and goats as companions. Not your usual upbringing you say, but hey, my great grandparents were farmers!
Many years later, I am delighted to come across a community that brings athletes and their love for animals together. People who channel their resources and outreach to help rescue our four-legged friends are phenomenal. The Rescue Project (TRP) is this community, and they do a very nice kit too.
A Job Well Done
What better way to promote what you believe in than saying it on your own kit. Pulling together some eye catching designs and working with one of the most recognisable cycling brands in the market helps generate the popular appeal. Overall, it’s the message of rescue and the promise of a safe home that makes the real difference; that you can have fun enjoying what you do whilst supporting what you believe in. I don’t have the exact figures of how much is being raised for rescue projects around the world, but from the thousand dollar plus donations, and each edition of TRP kit regularly selling out, this is a charity that is doing it’s job of saving animals rather well.
Not every story ends with a happy ending – so hug those close to you extra tightly
Our Best Fiends Hero
“Rescue Project brings athletes who want to help save more animals together so we can make a real difference. Purchasing and wearing the best quality clothing and designs and supporting your local rescue organization of choice? I think it’s a win-win idea. I hope you do, too.” Namrita Kumar – founder of the Rescue Project
You can also see the wonderful work of TRP via Twitter and Facebook
Namrita Kumar putting the hammer down