Monthly Donation to Grassroots Indigenous Project/Organisation
We donate $5 from every sale to different grassroots Indigenous project or organisation that change throughout the year. Customers also have the option to add their own donation, of any amount, at checkout.
We have previously supported:
Bus for Black Families
My big sis Lizzy’s fundraising work to buy a bus to help transport the families of those who have died in custody.
Their fight for justice necessitates a lot of travel around the country, and families need their own transport for safety reasons. The fundraiser aims to buy a bus that will belong to a person who has had several family members murdered by the state to help all mob who need it.
If you would like to contribute your own donation of any amount, you can donate directly to their Paypal here.
Happy Boxes Project
This organisation aims to empower women in remote corners of Australia by alleviating the barriers of accessing basic needs. If you are interested in supporting such an important organisation check out their website to learn how you can donate, build, and send Happy Boxes.
The Dhadjowa Foundation was established to support the fight to stop Black deaths in custody, by amplifying and supporting the voices of families whose loved ones have died in custody.
Almost 30 years on from the Royal Commission into Aboriginal Deaths in Custody in 1991, there have been at least 439 Black deaths in custody and not a single criminal conviction for those responsible. Families who experience the injustice of Black deaths in custody must deal with a whole range of procedural, media and campaigning issues, as well as legal decisions, at a time when they are still grieving and in shock. This creates great financial strain at an already difficult time.In order to achieve institutional change, community-led infrastructure needs to be established so families can be supported to fulfil their potential as powerful advocates.
You can read more about their powerful mission, and make a donation, here.
Prints donated to the Maksville Maternity Ward on Gumbaynggirr Country to hang proudly in the birthing rooms.
To empower women birthing on country and enable them to feel strength from seeing ancient birthing caves depicted in these paintings, and draw on their ancestral and matriarchal energy.