About Us: The Designers
Sweet Obsession Charity Brand is made up of four best friends who love designing neat products, and most of all, love animals:
Dusty: Dusty loves to ski, ride horses, play volleyball and basketball, and design clothing. After rehabilitating hurt birds, she wanted to help other people who were trying to save other animals lives. She found out about the Gentle Barn and wanted to help them out. With her friends, they decided to use their creativity to raise money at Sweet Obsession Charity Brand. She hopes to raise enough money to help many animals!
Leah: Leah loves to dance and loves animals, which is one reason she was so happy to join Sweet Obsession Charity Brand. She loved Sweet Obsessionʼs idea that 50% of the proﬁt would go to the Gentle Barn, because animals do not deserve to be abused or mistreated. Leah was thrilled when her best friends, Dusty & Emily, invited her to be a part of Sweet Obsessions Charity Brand. She hopes, along with Dusty & Emily, that anyone will try to help support the cause. Leah thanks all of you!
Taylor: Taylor loves laughing, animals, the ocean, going to Disney Land, swimming, and most importantly, spending time with her friends. When she found out about Sweet Obsessions Charity Brand, she got really excited and thought of the animals that were hurt and wanted to do more to help. She loves inventing new thing out of duct tape. She hopes that we raise a lot of money to save some of her favorite animals that she has grown to love.
Tori: Tori loves Sea World, Killer Whales, Bottlenose Dolphins, German Shepherds, tacos, gymnastics, cheerleading, Zumba, going to the mall and movies with friends, and all animals. Since she loves animals, she was delighted to hear that 50% of the profits go to The Gentle Barn. She really hopes you like the products and the website, while helping support and donate to such a great cause!
Sweet Obsession Charity Brand would like to extend a huge thank-you to Miss T., an amazing art teacher, animal lover, and mentor to us all!
"We ourselves feel that what we are doing is just a drop in the ocean. But the ocean would be less because of that missing drop."