The Journey of a Black Queer Creative

Jeremiah is a self-taught artist who expresses his creativity in many ways, one being makeup. As a black queer creative, Jeremiah did not feel as though there was a safe place that he was allowed to be himself. He set a goal to fully love himself, and makeup gave him the power to do so….

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Supporting LGBTQ+ in Kenya

“I’m Zoe Stoller, a queer mental health warrior passionate about pride, self-love, and authenticity!” Zoe created her merch to make YOU feel empowered and confident. She wants you to feel worthy of all the good things in the world, and to be proud of who you are. Her two shirt designs say “I AM WORTHY”…

For The Community of Santa Cruz

A story written by Shelby Dunn. “A few months ago, Santa Cruz experienced uncharacteristic summer lightning storms which sparked wildfires throughout the county and displaced thousands of residents from their homes. Not only does Santa Cruz not experience summer lightning storms, but the area also does not usually experience wildfires to this degree and was…

Ella’s Dollhouse

“The start of COVID-19 quarantine was tough. Without much warning, the kids were sent home with their books, and we knew they weren’t going back.” In March 2020, everything changed for families, and some were left with little to no options. Ella’s Kindergarten school year was abruptly cut short. When Ella learned that not every…

In Challenging Times, Be Still.

Hannah is an Arizona based artist, illustrator, and designer. She created apparel for her community as a reminder to be still in these challenging times. Here is a word from Hannah, the artist behind Right Hand Design. “During this time as an artist and creative, it was hard to sit down and think of what…

A Voice For The Voiceless

A story written by Maggie Seibert, a Christian Blogger. “The Made Worthy campaign comes from a place of looking over the landscape of 2020 and saying “it may be too big a task, but we have to do something.” After hearing the insanity of the statistics behind children who become vulnerable to human trafficking through…

Making Dreams a Reality

A story written by Kaila & Laine Strickland. “After months of trying to conceive, we thought we were finally pregnant. Following rounds of bloodwork that caused reason for concern, it was eventually determined that we were having an ectopic pregnancy. The devastation was insurmountable; a sadness that neither of us had experienced in our lives….

Love Starts With A Full Belly

A story written by Ashley Brooke, a beauty and lifestyle blogger. “Over the holidays, my husband Ryan and I visited our local food bank (Second Harvest, which is under the national Feeding America umbrella) and were absolutely blown away by how they are supporting hundreds of thousands of families in central Florida. The need here…

Delivering Hope Through Shirts

A story written by Em Burns, a NEDA + ANAD recovery advocate: “Over 30 million Americans struggle with an eating disorder at some point in their lives. Despite their prevalence, eating disorders receive significantly less funding than other major mental illnesses, and support options are often inaccessible. The media’s portrayal of eating disorders is often…

When Tragedy Strikes

A story written by Amanda Burnett: “On March 2, 2020, a tornado swept through Cookeville, TN. It took the lives of a young family of 3, the Kimberlins, who were friends of ours. Many others died as well and many suffered great loss of homes and possessions. The youngest member of our friends’ family who…

52 Hike Challenge: Raising Money for their Community & Company

52 Hike Challenge started in 2015, after their founder Karla found transformation and healing through hiking once a week for a year. She knew that others could benefit and heal from making it a habit to be outdoors on a weekly basis. The 52 Hike Challenge helps people to gain the physical, mental, spiritual and…

Cause Courage: Building a Church in India

Becca Eller is a Christian who is passionate about teaching others about faith. She chose the words “Cause Courage” for the design as she is driven by the idea of igniting courage within other people. Becca closely followed The Surge Project, whose missions are centered around empowering qualified native workers to spread hope to their…