Just like our ACTIVISM BUT MAKE IT ~FASHION~ slogan says, Shop Foemina is all about shopping with purpose & giving back. This page is where you can see where your money is flowing!
How it works:
On the 23rd of every
month, we gather 20% of all our revenue and filter it into a charity/organization/fund from the list of our 12 most favorite charities (shown below)! On our stories, we tell you all about the charity and why we love them, so make sure to follow and keep up with us @shopfoemina on Instagram
! Feel free to slide in our DMs or shoot us an email if you have a charity suggestion that you're passionate about! email@example.com
Below are the 12 organizations we are the most passionate about - click an image to be redirected to the main site and learn more about how & who they're helping!
*We also like to stay connected to smaller/private funds as well; such as GoFundMe pages, CashApps, PayPal funds, etc.*
The Innocence Project
is a nonprofit legal organization committed to exonerating individuals who have been wrongly convicted through the use of DNA testing.
Black Table Arts uses community education & artist leadership to gather black youth through the arts, toward better black futures.
Assata's Daughters is an organization of young black women & girls in Chicago, protesting against police violence and providing political education, mentorship, and revolutionary services.
The Bay Area Immigration Bond Fund keeps families & communities together, and supports the rights of detained immigrants by raising money to help individuals post bond & secure their release.
The Marsha P. Johnson Institute protects & defends the human rights of transgender BIPOC by organizing, advocating, and community-based healing.
Minnesota Rapid Response Coalition is committed to rapidly responding to needs in predominantly black & brown communities and utilizing a community-centered strategy to move toward measurable solutions.
The Disability Visibility Project establishes that disabled narratives matter by using an online community dedicated to creating, sharing, and amplifying disability media & culture.
The Navajo Water Project is a community-managed utility alternative that brings hot & cold running water to homes without access to water or sewer lines - the first system of it's kind in the U.S.
LGBTQ Freedom Fund posts bail to secure the release & safety of LGBTQ+ individuals in U.S. jails and immigration detention facilities.
Flint Water Fund uses all donations for the purchase and distribution of bottled water, filtration devices not supplied by the State of Michigan, and health access for children affected by lead.
California Immigrant Youth Justice Alliance is an immigrant youth-led alliance that focuses on placing immigrant youth in advocacy & policy delegations in order to ensure pro-immigrant policies go beyond legalization.
The Trevor Project is the leading national organization providing crisis intervention and suicide prevention services to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer & questioning youth.