5 Of the Best Ways to Shop Compassionately This Spring

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We love, love, love your support and direct donations that empower our life-saving programs –but that’s not the only way to help support Compassion Over Killing’s work for animals. When you’re shopping, benefiting COK can be easy as just clicking a link!

Here are a few fun ways to shop to support as well as compassionate companies currently benefiting our work. And for some other giving ideas, check out our other ways to give!

Two Trick Pony

Two Trick Pony is a vegan-woman-owned small business that creates bright, playful and retro-inspired greeting cards, prints and tote bags. Not only are all of this Massachusetts-based company’s organic cotton totes, recycled cards and vegan message prints animal-friendly, but owner Laurie Johnston donates her time and a full 5% of sales to animal rights organizations like Compassion Over Killing as well.

Plus, enter by February 11th and win a FREE Two Trick Pony tote bag!

Amazon Smile

Doesn’t matter what you’re buying–you can benefit Compassion Over Killing through all your Amazon purchases. Just use our link or select “Compassion Over Killing” on Amazon Smile and a portion of your purchases will benefits COK’s life-saving work.


Doshi is the best one-stop-shop for vegan “leather” accessories, and they’re a COK partner! By using our link, a portion of your purchase will go towards COK. Check out this trendy ethical company for handbags, briefcases, backpacks, belts, and other accessories! And make sure to shop at COK.net/doshi.

COK Market

You can give directly to Compassion Over Killing and wear our message by visiting the COK Market! Sport a classic COK t-shirt in warm weather, use a TryVeg tote bag to make your grocery trip more sustainable, or look like one of our awesome tour members with a cool Beyond The Lies tee.

Support a Vegan Clothing Line

T-shirt weather means an excuse to wear cute tees with a vegan message. Check out this blog on TryVeg for a few of our favorite compassionate companies.

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