We are helping these non profits this month!
Greetings, Magical Being!
Starting January 18,2021 a portion of all sales will be donated to fund the The Marsha P. Johnson Institute! You will also have the option to add $1 to your purchase at checkout to send a little extra magic to these 3 non profits !
1.) The Marsha P. Johnson Institute: (Supporting Black Trans Civil Rights)
"Marsha P. Johnson was an activist, self-identified drag queen, performer, and survivor. She was a prominent figure in the Stonewall uprising of 1969. Marsha went by “Black Marsha” before settling on Marsha P. Johnson. The “P” stood for “Pay It No Mind,” which is what Marsha would say in response to questions about her gender. It is the consideration of who “Black Marsha” was that inspired The Marsha P. Johnson Institute.
So much of our understanding of Marsha came from the accounts of people who did not look like or come from the same place as her. As transness is now more accessible to the world, introducing the Institute to black, trans people who are resisting, grappling with survival, and looking for community has become a clear need." (MarshaP.org)
"Best Friends Animal Society, founded in its present form in 1993, is an American non profit animal welfare organization. The group does outreach nationwide with shelters, rescue groups and members to promote pet adoption, no-kill animal rescue, and spay-and-neuter practices." (Wikipedia)
"First established in 1971, Help Heal Veterans has provided free therapeutic arts and crafts kits to hospitalized and homebound veterans for generations. These craft kits help injured and recuperating veterans improve fine motor skills, cognitive functioning, manage stress and substance abuse, cope with symptoms of PTSD and TBI, while also improving their sense of self-esteem and overall physical and mental health. Most of these kits are developed, manufactured and packaged for delivery at our production center headquartered in Winchester, California.
Since inception, Help Heal Veterans has delivered nearly 31 million of these arts and crafts kits to veterans and veteran facilities nationwide, along with active duty military overseas. Kits range in categories including woodworking, leather, models, and a variety of needlecrafts, paint-by-numbers and many others" (Healvets.org)