Good Vibrations Partners with Planned Parenthood and Non-Profits
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. — Good Vibrations, the San Francisco-based sex toys and erotic products retailer, announced its non-profit partners for Fall and Winter.
Through the end of 2015, they're joining forces with Planned Parenthood, Jazzie’s Place in San Francisco, Berkeley Free Clinic in Berkeley, Nia Collective in Oakland, Fenway Health in Boston and the Billy DeFrank Center in San Jose.
Customers can support these organizations with a financial gift at the time of their purchase, at Good Vibrations' California locations in San Francisco, Berkeley, Oakland and Palo Alto, as well as in Brookline, Massachusetts. 100 percent of contributions go to the non-profit of choice and Good Vibrations will match a portion of the proceeds.
Donations for Planned Parenthood can also be made online at www.goodvibes.com.
“We are proud of our commitment to trusted information around sex education, and to partner with these advocacy and activist organizations to support their efforts and help affect positive social change in our communities and beyond," said Jackie Rednour-Bruckman, executive vice president of Good Vibrations. "Planned Parenthood has come under fire recently and we proudly #StandWithPP, especially during Breast Cancer Awareness season, because of their commitment to helping lower income women access affordable mammograms and preventative measures.”