With every artist case you purchase, Tru Protection will donate at least 15% of your purchase price to our causes.

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Making the Case for Charity

At Trü, protection doesn’t stop with your smartphone: it reaches the environment and aids the community we all share. To protect Mother Nature, we’ve formulated our products and packaging from Earth-friendly, sustainable materials as often as possible. And thanks to our Trü Gives Back program, your purchase impacts the world in a powerful way. We’re proud to donate 15% of select case sales to our long list of organizations that advocate for environmental sustainability and strong communities.

Meet the causes in the Tru Protection family:

A Place Called Home

A Place Called Home provides a secure, positive environment for at-risk children in the diverse communities of Southern Los Angeles. Learn more about A Place Called Home.

Alameda County Community Food Bank

This food bank network distributes more than 380,000 meals weekly to individuals in Oakland and its surrounding communities. Learn more about the Alameda County Community Food Bank.

American Cancer Society (Making Strides Against Breast Cancer)

Making Strides walks unite communities in support of breast cancer survivors, research and advocacy. Learn more about the American Cancer Society’s Making Strides Against Breast Cancer campaign.


This business sets a new socially conscious benchmark by donating sales proceeds to organizations that help the world’s girls gain access to high-quality education. Learn more about Edukate.

Heal the Bay

Since 1985, Heal the Bay has untied Southern California communities in the fight to protect the state’s coastal waterways. Learn more about Heal the Bay.

Institute for Human Services, Inc.

The Institute for Human Services, Inc. strives to prevent and end homelessness in Hawaii through comprehensive, nonprofit social services programming. Learn more about IHS

Japanese American National Museum

This museum gives a voice to Japanese Americans while sharing their story and culture with people from all backgrounds. Learn more about the Japanese American National Museum.

Kokua Hawai’i Foundation

The Kokua Hawai’i Foundation cultivates our future eco stewards through environmental programming in Hawaii’s schools. Learn more about the Kokua Hawai’i Foundation.

Neurofibromatosis Network

The Neurofibromatosis Network promotes research, clinical care and advocacy for individuals living with NF, a disorder that affects people from all walks of life. Learn more about the NF Network.   

Sea&·thos Foundation

The Sea·thos Foundation uses education and outreach to foster a responsible relationship between humans and the world’s oceans. Learn more about the Sea&·thos Foundation.

Surf For Life

Surf For Life leads community-driven development projects that allow surfers to give back to coastal communities in need. Learn more about Surf For Life.

Surfers for Cetaceans

A human voice for the ocean’s whales, dolphins and marine life, Surfers for Cetaceans mobilizes diverse communities to conserve cetacean populations worldwide. Learn more about Surfers for Cetaceans.  

Wildland Firefighter Foundation

The Wildland Firefighter Foundation provides support for families of courageous firefighters who die in the line of duty. Learn more about the Wildland Firefighter Foundation.

Wildlife Learning Center

This nonprofit rescues wildlife throughout Los Angeles County while arming residents with knowledge on biology and environmental stewardship. Learn more about the Wildlife Learning Center.

Wyland Foundation

This nonprofit is committed to protecting and preserving the world’s oceans, waterways and marine life through educational programming. Learn more about the Wyland Foundation