Pet Rescue Charity

For every bottle of our core rums sold, either White, Spiced, or 50/50 Dark, $1 will be donated to animal rescue shelters in the area of the sale.

Pet Rescue Charity Program

As of February 1st, 2018, for every bottle of Maggie's Farm core rum sold, either White, Spiced, Single Barrel, or 50/50 Dark rums, $1 will be donated to animal rescue charities in the area of the sale, as denoted on labels for all bottles now rolling out into our current distribution markets. The monthly bottle sales to each market will be tallied and the funds donated directly to non-profit, no-kill animal shelters in the areas of distribution, whether in Pittsburgh, Washington DC, Baltimore, Delaware, Philadelphia, Nashville, or New York, and all future markets. Multiple, different charities in the areas of each city will be chosen each month with the best effort of spreading the donations around to benefit as many as possible.

As Maggie's Farm continues to experience growth in production and sales, a desire to give back has come to fruition. With this ability, and without any product price increases, owners Tim and Layla Russell have decided to assist charities close to their hearts. "These are ones that benefit finding long-term homes for lost, neglected, or abused pets." As Layla has stated, "Family pets can be our greatest companions and truly depend on us, and in exchange provide us their unconditional love."

(Pictured above with owners Layla and Tim Russell from left to right are family dogs Crosby, a yellow lab/golden retriever mix, rescued from a foster home in Washington County in 2007. Lumi, a 10-month-old Shiba Inu mix, was recently rescued from an Indiana County Animal shelter after being found lost in nearby woods without a collar. Blake, a black lab, was rescued by Tim's younger sister and parents from a neglectful home in 2008.)