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We Care 

At MyPhonePouch we try to do good in multiple ways.  


First, MyPhonePouch is designed to help people - of all ages and from all walks of life.

MyPhonePouch isn't some gimmicky gadget or copy-cat of an existing product. This is truly an original and highly useful invention. It's a simple yet clever accessory designed to help people better keep up with one of their most important possessions, their cell phone. MyPhonePouch can help people save time and eliminate the stress of searching for a misplaced or lost phone. It can help reduce the chance of dropping or sitting on (and breaking) your phone. Moreover, it keeps your phone secure and accessible, freeing your hands and your mind to focus on the people and activities around you.


Second, MyPhonePouch is made in the USA.

As an American company, we are doing our best to walk-the-talk of Made in America by using Atlanta-based manufacturers to produce our products. We are also using US-based, eco-friendly suppliers across our supply-chain when and where we can. 

Third, MyPhonePouch will have minimal, eco-friendly packaging. 

As part of our commitment to being eco-friendly, our goal is to use minimal packaging made of recycled and recyclable materials to help reduce our environmental footprint. We are selecting US-based suppliers who make sustainability and eco-minded processes part of their business model. Additional, with the nature of our design, there will be minimal waste in the manufacturing process, allowing us to maximize every bolt of fabric that we use.  


Fourth, MyPhonePouch will give back to marsupial charities. 

At MyPhonePouch we love all animals, but we have a special place in our heart for the marsupials (pouched mammals) that helped to inspire this invention. We will be seeking out reputable charities that rescue, rehabilitate and relocate injured marsupials and donate a portion of our profits to support their invaluable work.


In North America, that would be our only marsupial, the humble yet resilient opossum.


In Australia, that would be literally hundreds of marsupials that go far beyond the iconic kangaroo featured in our logo. Australian marsupials include many species and subspecies of wallabies, koalas, wombats, gliders, quokkas, quolls, possums, bilbies, bandicoots, numbats, mice, and moles just to name a few. Click this link to see photos of some of the many Australian marsupials that perhaps you didn't even know existed.


Stay tuned for more detailed information about the charities that we partner with and links to their websites so you can see the efforts we support to help rescue and rehabilitate these amazing animals. We are proud to bring awareness and support to these charities and these animals.  


Thank you so much for your interest in MyPhonePouch! 

The Humble Opossum

The humble opossum is a shy, slow, nocturnal marsupial that far too often suffers from an image problem as unfortunately many people perceive them as ugly, scary, scavenging rats rather than cute, clever, amazing creatures. As North America’s only marsupial, these pouched, omnivorous animals are highly resistant to rabies, eat ticks and other pests. They hiss and bare their teeth when scared but are far more likely to play dead (play possum) than be aggressive. Click to learn more at the National Opossum Society website.  Click here for 10 Things You Didn't Know About Opossums

Click here to connect to The Opossum's Pouch Rescue and Rehab located in Greenville, SC

Click here to connect to Second Chance Wildlife Rehabilitation in Virginia Beach, VA

Stay tuned for more on how MyPhonePouch supports marsupial rescue and rehab non-profits 

MyPhonePouch has donated to several Australian wildlife rescue / rehab organizations.

The last 2-3 months Australia has suffered hundreds of devastating bush fires, particularly along the eastern and southern regions of Australia. With vast areas of bush-land burning there has been a colossal loss of wildlife which will have serious long term implications. These infernos have translated into literally hundreds of millions of wild animals (mammals, marsupials, birds, reptiles, amphibians and insects) perishing on a mass scale. Due to the ferocity and massive extent of these fires, many marsupials such as kangaroos, walabies, koalas, wombats, numbats, possums, echidnas had little chance to escape the raging fires, particularly the slower moving species.


Learn More & How to Help Directly!

A list of reputable Australian organisations of which you may wish to contribute ...

1) The Rescue Collective (rescuing injured wildlife on the east coast of Australia) -

2) Wildlife rescue and rehabilitation Kangaroo Island (includes koalas)-

3) Adelaide and Hills Koala Rescue (South Australia Fires Dec 2019) -

4) Adelaide Koala and Wildlife Hospital -

5) Fauna Rescue South Australia (NB Kangaroo Island fires)

6) Wildlife Victoria - *** really need help (for wildlife impacted upon by bushfires in Victoria)

7) East Gippsland Wildlife rescue (Victoria bushfires) -

8) Wildlife Rescue Habitat Boxes (because so many trees have been destroyed)

9) Koalas in Care (New South Wales) -

10) Bangalow Koalas -

11) Port Stephens Koalas (New South Wales)

12) FAWNA (care for all other injured wildlife except koalas)

13) Shoalhaven Bat Clinic

14) Hive Aid (Support Honey Bees)

15) Wombat hospital

16) Sleepy Burrows Wombat Sanctuary

17) Dingo Sanctuary Bargo (impacted upon by the bushfires but the animals have been saved)

18) Wildlife Rescue South Coast -***Really need help (Rescue all types of wildlife South Coast New South Wales)

19) Wildcare Australia (build nest boxes- medium to long term efforts)

20) Blue Mountains Koala Project

21) Trillion Trees Australia (ongoing recovery strategy to plant trees restore habitat)

22) Birdlife Australia Bushfire appeal

23) Port Macquarie Koala Hospital

24) Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary koala appeal

25) WIRES New South Wales (*** are reasonably well off due to donations currently)

26) WIRES Northern Rivers (Caring for burnt possums)-

We encourage you to click on these organizations to learn more and share with your family, friends and on social media.

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