“Ruff Spots” Aloe Vera Cream For Dog Hot Spots and Skin Conditions
Ruff Life Charities
In July 2013 Ruff Life Charities was officially recognized as a non-profit. Julie Nickerson founded this charity on one basic principle to “pay it forward”. Julie had been shown great kindness by a complete stranger to raise money for a surgery her dog Jack desperately needed. As a result of this act of great kindness Julie has made it her mission to show the same compassion to many others through Ruff Life Charities.
The Aloe Institute has partnered with Ruff Life Charities to distribute “Ruff Spots”, an aloe vera-based cream for dog’s skin ailments, to various animal shelters and dog rescue organizations. Ruff Life Charities is a non-profit organization that seeks to provide safety and health for dogs though both financial and emotional support. With the help of the Aloe Institute, Ruff Life Charities has been given the opportunity to get their product, “Ruff Spots”, out to animals in need.
Ruff Life Charities and The Aloe Institute share common values and goals in the pursuit of using the benefits of the aloe plant for health and wellness. Julie Nickerson, founder of Ruff Life Charities, says, “I think we are on the cusp of the natural health path for our animals and giving a product that shares animals, nature, and healing is a step in a much better direction”.
The Aloe Institute has offered Ruff Life Charities a great deal beyond just grant money. Through their clear mission and experience in establishing their own non-profit over the past 17 years, The Aloe Institute has offered mentorship to advise Ruff Life Charities on how to develop and grow as an organization.