We are honored to announce our Delilah won the Charlotte Magazine, @charlottemag, 2020 Pet of the Year. There was some "ruff" competition and we are truly blessed. The November issue is hitting the news stand now!
We are forever grateful for Team Epic for bringing Delilah home after 62 days lost in the North Carolina Mountains.
Here are a couple of TV interviews that recap Team Epic's search and recovery of Delilah over a year ago.
About Delilah Home:
Delilah Home was named after a scared puppy who survived a life-threatening ordeal in the Carolina mountains. She weathered extreme cold temperatures and record winds by living off the land for 62 days. An entire community rallied for her return, watching, and searching until she was eventually reunited with her family. Sustainability, impact, community. Her story reflects the fundamental pillars of Delilah Home. The company’s mission statements and visions aren’t just corporate speak. They are how we live our lives when we are not at work. Our core values weren’t born out of a branding session, they are a part of who we are as humans and are at the heart of every decision we make.
It’s why we only use quality 100% organic cotton certified to the Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS) and non toxic hemp products that are better for the environment.
It’s why Delilah Home textiles do not contain allergenic, carcinogenic, or toxic chemicals commonly used in conventional cotton textile production. As a result, our products are ideal for people with allergies, skin sensitivity, and respiratory problems.
It’s why, we only produce products that have only a positive impact on your body. Our skin is the largest human organ. It’s the body’s first line of defense against Mother Nature’s toughest elements and harmful chemicals in the environment. It’s also full of nerves that connect us to the world around us. We feel it in every handshake and hug. You’ll be glad your skin is wrapped in the luxury and comfort of Delilah Home products.
It’s why we investigate not only every farm and how crops are grown but how the employees are treated. We partner with Fair Trade factories, which are certified to the highest textile standard. Yes, our products may be a little more expensive. However, we pay ABOVE living wages, while exceeding all local and national laws. No fast fashion sweatshops are used by us.
It’s why Delilah Home donates 10% of our profits to local charities that support health, kids and pets… causes that make us all better. For example, 1% for the planet
It’s why, our customers can not only feel good about their purchase but know it will last. Oh yeah, and they feel good to snuggle with… just like Delilah.