Aside from being a really great nail polish, in all our favorite shades, Claws Out was founded with the goal of supporting community. Giving money to organizations who've been diligently doing the difficult work for years is a priority for them as a company and as people. Each color is assigned a cause where 20% of profits are donated. Kind is the new fierce; which shade will you get behind?
Pride (yellow): The Trevor Project is the leading national organization providing crisis intervention and suicide prevention services to LGBTQ young people under 25.
Force of Nature (turquoise): A group founded by scientists, the Environmental Defense Fund has spent 50 years giving actionable solutions, and pushing for policies, that mitigate climate change, eliminate air pollution for us to breathe better, and clean up our oceans.
Darcelle (grey): named after the Portland icon Darcelle (who holds the Guiness World Record for “World’s Oldest Living Drag Queen”) and donations are made to Darcelle’s chosen charity Camp KC, part of the Cascade Aids Project
Resistance (scarlet): The NAACP Legal Defense Fund is one of the most prominent organizations fighting to change policy around police reform.
Intersectional (orchid): Emily's list proudly claims, “900 election victories including every single Latina, African American, and Asian American Democratic congresswoman currently serving in Congress. All with a single focus—progressive change that matters.”
Cat Lady (orange): Pixie Project is a non-profit animal rescue and adoption center that focuses on finding pets their perfect lifetime homes. Beyond adoptions, the onsite clinic provides low-income, homeless, and elderly pet owner’s vital veterinary services to keep human and pet families together regardless of finances.
Liberty (teal): The NAACP legal defense fund is leading the fight to create real policy change in federal, state and local police reform.
Hot Rock (blood red): More than just a summer camp, the Rock and Roll Camp for Girls are working to shape our future by cultivating confidence in girls and non-binary youth through music creation and bad ass performances.
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