Every Dollar From Moby's Restaurant Will Go To Animals
Whether or not you're a fan of Moby for his electronic dance tunes, you're bound to admire him after hearing about his latest philanthropic gesture.
So what has the 50-year-old musician and well-known animal advocate been up to these days? Heading up a hot, new vegan restaurant in Los Angeles called Little Pine, which opened its doors in November.
And the restaurant just made an animal-friendly announcement: 100 percent of Little Pine's profits are going to be donated to animal welfare organizations including Farm Sanctuary, Mercy For Animals, the Humane Society of the United States, the Animal Legal Defense Fund, Sea Shepherd Conservation Society and PETA.
"Little Pine is an extension of my beliefs, so I have decided to donate 100% of the restaurant's profits to animal welfare organizations," Moby said in a press release. "I want it to represent veganism in a really positive light, and also help to support the animal welfare organizations who do such remarkable work."
To see the sort of work Moby will be supporting, check out this story about a pregnant goat Farm Sanctuary recently rescued.