Non Profit Partners
“You have to BE the change you want to see in the world.”
At Thin Fit Line, we exist to help those who put their lives on the line protecting their communities. In doing so, we give back to their communities by donating a portion of proceeds to non-profit organizations that are dedicated to helping First Responders and their families.
Every year, approximately 150 law enforcement officers are killed in the line of duty. Their families and co-workers are left to cope with the tragic loss and rebuild their shattered lives. C.O.P.S. is a non-profit organization that helps families, departments, and communities prepare for and recover from the loss and thrive despite their suffering. They provide everything from agency training to help departments respond to the tragedy of a fallen officer to counseling for everyone affected and so much more.
C.O.P.S. is currently supporting the recovery of more than 48 thousand survivors and they operate solely off of donations and grants. No member of C.O.P.S. pays for their membership, as the price that was paid was already too great. At Thin Fit Line, we donate a portion of all sales to this incredible organization.
Shop our inventory to help improve your own life while improving the lives of others; or donate directly to C.O.P.S today.
Each year, nearly 100 firefighters die in the line of duty and nearly half that dies of stress-related causes that are attributed to the job. In 1992, Congress created the National Fallen Firefighters Foundation to lead a nationwide effort to honor America’s fallen firefighters.
The mission of the National Fallen Firefighters Association is to honor and remember our fallen fire heroes and to provide resources to assist their survivors in rebuilding their lives. Additionally, the organization works within the fire service community to reduce firefighter deaths and injuries. At Thin Fit Line, a portion of all of our proceeds is donated to this non-profit organization to help the survivors of those who sacrificed it all.SHOP VITAMINS