Do-Gooder is a philanthropic entertainment and retail company that believes helping people is not only important, but can also be a lot of fun. Through our productions and the stuff we sell, 10% of the profits and retail price goes to the causes we support. We wanted to create a company that was easy to tell how much is being donated with each purchase.
In the near future, we'll be expanding our products and entertainment to a broader audience to bring awareness for issues we personally choose that range from the environment, humanitarian issues, to education. Of course, we'll always offer a way to donate directly to the causes. We hope you check back often to see our progress as a company and join us in being Do-Gooders.
For the last 15 years Tony Cruz has dedicated his life fighting for the everyday underdog. As a Co-Founder of Do-Gooder, he has supported clean water initiatives in Ecuador and has been on the forefront on the war against child trafficking in the United States.. As a member of Amnesty International’s Business and Human Rights Advisory Board, he has engaged with CEOs of the largest multinational corporations on corporate and social responsibility issues which has been mentioned by the BBC, the Washington Post and in the New York Times Best Seller “The Secret History of the American Empire” by John Perkins. He has been an advocate on LGBT issues as the San Francisco Chairman of Soulforce; an interfaith human rights organization created by Mel White, former ghostwriter for Jerry Falwell. He has worked in the field of Social Services serving the homeless, mental health and traumatic brain injury communities. He has worked in the television and film industry for Disney, Sony and MGM, and has produced two short films, Broken and The Messenger; both films inspired by his human rights work.
Dan Saban is a passionate storyteller, video editor, audio engineer and cameraman. He has spent the last five years transversing the globe to capture the most compelling and beautiful images for his narratives. As a cameraman, he has filmed stories in Uganda, Brazil, Spain, Italy, Egypt, Israel, Venezuela, Panama, Philippines and Australia. He believes that film is the perfect conduit for change as it gives a voice to those who are often forgotten. To that end, he works mainly with non-for-profits and organisations that strive to make a positive impact on the world. Daniel's most recent film production includes 'The Road to Adolfo', a documentary filmed in S. America about a man who walked around the world praying for unity and his most recent song production 'Revival' debut top 3 on the iTunes Australian inspirational chart.