Clothing for a cause. Empowering individuals to be the voice of truth about mental health.
As inspired by our mission statement, the name “Voxerity” is derived from the words vox meaning “voice” and verity meaning “truth”.
Voxerity Apparel is a California social purpose company founded in 2015. Voxerity offers high quality athletic apparel manufactured in the United States from imported fabric for the social purpose of promoting mental health.
One in four Americans experience mental illness in a given year. This could be you or somebody you love very much. Our initiative is to start positive conversations about mental health while also monetarily supporting mental health related causes. Mental health programs are severely underfunded and not enough voices are being heard. We believe that together we can change that.
Voxerity is committed to contributing at least 35% of all profits made from online sales towards directly promoting mental health. Such charitable proceeds will be donated directly to reputable national 501(c)(3) non-profit organizations in the United States. Please see Our Causes for more information on the nonprofit organizations Voxerity supports.
Voxerity Apparel is starting a positive conversation about mental health, and we invite you to be a part of the movement.
Voxerity Apparel was founded by Linda Rangel from Escalon, California. Linda loves everything about the outdoors and sports. She has found true joy in living an active life.
Linda is no stranger to mental health. When she was 15 years old, she began experiencing panic attacks. Fortunately, she sought mental health treatment within weeks of having had her first panic attack. She believes that it was because of this swift action that she was able to overcome anxiety.
When Linda first became interested in starting a social purpose company, she did not know at the time what her cause would be. All she knew was that she wanted to make a difference in the lives of others.
A big inspiration in Linda's life was her friend Brian. Despite the number of hardships that Brian had experienced in his own life, he believed in hard work and helping others. Together, Linda and Brian traveled the world and dreamed of doing something to make it better.
But our lives change when we least expect it. We lost Brian on April 24, 2014. Brian took his own life and changed the rest of our lives forever. It was then that Linda knew her cause. She had to become an advocate for mental health.
However, we believe that the conversation about mental health does not have to be on the heels of tragedy as is so often the case. Instead, why not implement our support for mental health into our everyday lives?
This is why Voxerity Apparel is utilizing athletic apparel as a conduit for supporting physical and mental health.
Linda has bachelor degrees in Business Administration and Political Science from San Diego State University and a Juris Doctor degree from Stanford Law School.