to TEN non-profit collaborators!
Giving is at the root of our mission. Every month, we partner with a different nonprofit and donate 5% of our proceeds to their cause with the generous support of the Heymann Foundation.
Here are the organizations we partnered with in 2020, as well as ways to find out more:
-Southern Solidarity: a grassroots, community-based group of volunteers in solidarity with the unhoused in their quest toward liberation.
-House of Tulip: a nonprofit collective creating housing solutions for trans & gender non-conforming people in Louisiana.
-Electric Girls: building girls' confidence and capabilities by engaging them through STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math).
-Rock & Rouge Foundation: aims to provide a science, technology, engineering, arts, and mathematics path for girls, introducing them to a future of new careers and empowering women locally and abroad.
-Hagar's House: a sanctuary for women and children by providing an open and empowering residential community, resource coordination and a safe space to transition into sustainable housing.
-Women's Initiative: provide women with effective counseling, social support and education so they can transform life challenges into positive change and growth.
-Sexual Trauma Awareness and Response (STAR): a nonprofit organization committed to serving youth and adult survivors of sexual trauma and building institutional capacity to prevent and respond responsibly to sexual violence in the community.
-New Orleans Abortion Fund (NOAF): working to ensure that all people have access to quality medical care, regardless of their economic situation. They provide compassionate and empowering assistance to patients seeking abortions who are unable to fully fund their abortion, and distribute pledges as available.
-Amor y Solidaridad: they manage a house in the Bywater that houses queer and trans folx who are in the process of immigrating to the US.
-Reproductive Justice Action Collective / Plan B NOLA: a New Orleans network that aims to share information, resources, ideas, and human power to create and implement projects in our community that operate within the reproductive justice framework. They distribute free and by-donation emergency contraception.
** December numbers not yet known