'JuicyAds Cares' Initiative Exceeds $35,000

'JuicyAds Cares' Initiative Exceeds $35,000

VANCOUVER, Canada — JuicyAds announced today that its "JuicyAds Cares" initiative has now topped $35,000.

The company's commitment supports Entrepreneurs Living in Poverty and now spans across dozens of countries, including some focus on Nepal following the earthquake in 2015.

"We have done a lot of different initiatives over the years including donating to a bunch of different organizations for different causes," said Juicy Jay, CEO and founder of JuicyAds.  "A couple years ago we started the JuicyAds Cares commitment to help boost entrepreneurs around the world who just need a bit of help."

JuicyAds has a history of giving. Previous to "JuicyAds Cares" the company frequently made donations to charities including sizable donations the Red Cross towards disaster relief.  Previously as a Christmas gift to clients, the company symbolically "adopted" dozens of endangered animals through the World Wildlife Fund.

Inside the adult industry, the company has previously supported the Webmaster Toy Run and The Cupcake Girls.

"There are so many organizations and people asking for help and its impossible to give to them all," Jay said. "If you want to get involved this holiday season, pick something you're passionate about and contribute what you're comfortable with."

In addition to these efforts, the company has recently renewed its commitment to operating as a carbon-neutral company, a commitment six years running.

JuicyAds, dubbed the “Sexy Advertising Network,” is a 20-time award-winning traffic service specializing in mobile and desktop banner ads, as well as popunders. 

Juicy Jay is holding an exclusive speaking engagement next month at the 2018 XBIZ Show titled "Strength Through Adversity: Motivation Life Lessons and The Pursuit of Happiness."