Charities

SXVXGE COUTURE believes in giving back and paying it forward and in that spirit we have chosen to work with a few charities for donations when you purchase our wonderful products.

Movember Movement:
Globally, on average, 1 man dies by suicide every minute of every day; Around the world, the rate of male suicide is alarmingly high: 6 out of 10 suicides are men. 1 in 7 men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer in their lifetime. It is estimated there will be more than 200,000 new cases in North America in 2020 alone. Many are dealing with serious side effects from treatment.

A portion of the profits from sales of all of our beard care products will be donated to the Movember Movement.


Paul Walker Foundation:
300 million tons of plastic is produced each year; 8 million of that 300 million is chucked into the sea annually – which is equivalent to dumping a garbage truck (1 ton) of plastic into the ocean per minute. By 2050 there will be more plastic in the ocean than fish. 

The Paul Walker Foundation mission is to serve as an enduring light of Paul's unique spirit, far reaching goals, and spontaneous goodwill. Many of his traits have been passed onto his daughter Meadow. Meadow is excited to be carrying on his legacy. One of the key ways she plans to meet this challenge is by helping ocean leaders of tomorrow become beacons in the fight to protect our oceans, wildlife, and ourselves.

A portion of the profits from sales of all of our ocean themed bracelets will be donated to Paul Walker Foundation.

University of Miami Shark Research Program:
11,417 sharks are killed each hour around the world, sharks are detrimental to the ocean's eco system and need our help before they become extinct. 

Directed by Dr. Neil Hammerschlag, the Shark Research & Conservation Program (SRC) at the University of Miami conducts cutting-edge shark research while also inspiring scientific literacy and environmental ethic in youth through unique hands-on field research experiences.

Every year, SRC brings out thousands of people, mostly school-children, on our research boats to survey, sample, tag and study sharks. Opportunities are especially made available for under-served populations in the sciences, such as females through our F.I.N.S. Program. To impact an even larger audience from across the globe, SRC continues to use a variety of online education tools, including social media, blogs, educational videos and, online curricula.

SRC’s science focuses broadly on understanding the effects of environmental change on the behavioral ecology and conservation biology of sharks in a human‐altered world. The SRC Team is comprised of University of Miami faculty, graduate students, undergraduate students and volunteers. Research faculty advise the graduate students, who then act as mentors to the undergraduate students, who in turn serve as mentors to the participating school-children.

A portion of the profits from sales of our Aumakua bracelet will be donated to University of Miami Shark Research Program.


Sea Turtle Rescue & Rehabilitation Center:
Slaughtered for their eggs, meat, skin, and shells, sea turtles suffer from poaching and over-exploitation. They also face habitat destruction and accidental capture—known as bycatch—in fishing gear. Nearly all species of sea turtle are now classified as endangered, with three of the seven existing species being critically endangered.

The mission of the Karen Beasley Sea Turtle Rescue and Rehabilitation Center is the conservation and preservation of all species of marine turtles, both in the water and on the beach. We accomplish this through the rescue, care, and release of sick and injured sea turtles, public education regarding the plight of sea turtles and the threat of their extinction, and learning opportunities for students of biology, wildlife conservation, and veterinary medicine from around the world. A nonprofit organization, we view our work as a privilege and are honored to work with these magnificent creatures.

A portion of the profits from sales of our Honu bracelet will be donated to the Sea Turtle Rescue & Rehabilitation Center.