Birth Stories in Color: A Space to Share Birth Experiences

Laurel Gourrier and Danielle Jackson are co-creators and hosts of the Birth Stories in Color Podcast, a platform and community for families of color to share their birthing experiences. It is a space that specifically celebrates, mourns with, and supports people of color and their transformation through birth. They emphasize the role of storytelling as…

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Shop Small: A Collaboration Between Artists and Business Owners

Caroline Staniski is a high-end graphic designer who was eager to use her talents when small businesses were hit hard by COVID-19. In March 2020, she had the idea to create a collaboration between artists with small businesses. Caroline reached out to over 30 people on social media in hopes of finding the perfect bunch…

Taking Action Against Injustice

In response to the tragic death of George Floyd, Blake Silva teamed up with his friend Sam Hwang and his boyfriend Matt Bloyd to release a t-shirt design with a quote about racial injustice from Martin Luther King Jr. Through his fundraiser, Blake hopes to encourage people to embody the words in their everyday life,…

A Change in Plans

Liz Pound originally created her t-shirt fundraiser with the hope of raising money for her mission trip this summer. Along with the rest of the world, her plans changed this spring, and with it, so did her fundraiser. This is her story. Originally, this design was created and dreamed up as a friend and I…

Small Business Story: A Jar of Pickles

When Kirstie Wang was in college enrolled in public health classes, she caught herself teaching herself Photoshop and Illustrator rather than focusing in class. She began a simple Etsy shop during this time to satisfy her creative side, but she didn’t stop there. Kirstie has pursued a career as a designer, and also dedicated herself…

Knit Happens

Knitted Knockers are special handmade breast prostheses for women who have undergone mastectomies or other procedures to the breast. Traditional breast prosthetics are usually expensive, heavy, sweaty, and uncomfortable. They typically require special bras or camisoles with pockets and can’t be worn until weeks after surgery. Knitted Knockers, on the other hand, are soft, comfortable,…

Pride All Year Long!

Allie + Sam are a same-sex travel couple who are passionate about spreading love, kindness, and good vibes. They share their lives with their community through their Youtube channel, Instagram, and blog. What better way to rock pride all year long? Allie and Sam were ready to make some merch to show off their true…

Making Faith Wearable

Rachel Lee was originally designing a Campaign to fundraise for her tuition and studies. When she started the designing process, she realized every design reflected who she is and her identity in Christ. She became hesitant to share the project but then realized this was her opportunity to be bolder about her faith. She decided…

Calling Over Comfort

In October of last year, April began her World Race journey. She left with a group of 20 people to travel to 11 different countries in 11 months to share her love of Christ. April went out of her comfort zone as she felt called to serve. These tees not only served as the perfect…

Ellie’s Freedom

Ellie Hefley’s life was completely flipped after doing her first mission trip this past summer. It changed the way she viewed her community and herself. Ellie is finishing up her senior year in high school, and has big plans post-graduation! In the Fall of 2020, she is going to be doing a Discipleship Training School(DTS)…

Faith, Trust, Love, and a Little Science.

Heili and Morgan were ready for a baby before they even said “I do”. So naturally, their journey to become parents started right when they got married in September 2016. “We had an idea we would need help, we just never realized how much but we knew together we could do anything. November 2016 I…

Wear Jeans for Rare Diseases

Since 2005, Coastal Kids Home Care has provided more than 64,000 visits to 8,700 medically fragile infants and children with rare illness and disability. They provide these services from Monterey, Santa Clara, San Benito, and Santa Clara Counties in California’s central coast. As the only nonprofit pediatric home health care agency in the community, they…

Girls Like Science, Too!

The Dottie Rose Foundation focuses on closing the gender gap for females in computer science and technology. They encourage, support, and educate girls who have an interest in technology and want to learn how it can be used to enhance their learning and future careers. With technology quickly advancing, many future career paths could benefit…