Sloth Steady will be giving away all their income earned from Electric Forest
Sloth Steady are showering their love to Capital Area Humane Society by donating all the proceeds from Electric Forest Festival.
For those people who don’t know, Sloth Steady creates custom lapel and hat pins and also make official merchandise for big festivals like EDC, Electric Forest and for artists like Bassnectar, Pink Floyd and more. This year, they took the initiative of donating the earnings from this major festival expecting to raise $50,000-$100,000; they’re going also to donate 500-1,000 bags of dog food and facilitate hundreds of volunteers and adoption signups through their Volunteer and Donation Campaigns.
Sloth Steady will be giving away to Local Animal Shelter all their income earned from Electric Forest
The founder of this company, Nate Russell, had adopted two of his childhood dogs from Capital Area Humane Society (CAHS) and this is the best of giving back some love to the Society. When he was asked about this thing, he said:
“People tell me I have the best job in the world. And they are probably right. And every good day I’ve had, I owe back. I guess this is how I choose to give back.”
Electric Forest Festival is an eight-day, two-weekend, multi-genre event with a focus on electronic and jam band genres, held in Rothbury, Michigan. The original event was called Rothbury Festival, debuted in 2008, and focused on jam bands and rock bands. The event was not held in 2010. Electric Forest, which debuted in 2011, is co-produced by Madison House Presents and Insomniac Events. Last year almost 70000 people attended the festival and the organization expects, even more, this year.
The eight annual event will be taking place on June 21st to June 24th and June 28th to July 1st. The major headliners are already announced like Marshmello, ZHU, Bassnectar and many more.
Spread the word and support Sloth Steady and Capital Area Humane Society as much as possible. Even a small amount of contribution can make a difference!