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We are making a deeper impact by donating a portion of all proceeds every month to women minority charities

Achieve FoundationThe Achieve Foundation promotes high-quality education that prepares South Orange-Maplewood School District students for the future. We support our students, families and educators by addressing inequities, inspiring innovation and fostering community.

Our priorities are to: Champion Excellence: enhancing student experiences through meaningful programs, grants and funding that advance best educational practices. Address Equity: addressing the opportunity gap and unmet educational needs for vulnerable students in the District. Build Community: bringing together and working in coordination with stakeholders (students, families, teachers, administrators, volunteers, community at large) to strengthen and enrich educational experiences. Deliver Solutions: listening to stakeholders, evaluating options, and responding to evolving needs throughout the District. DONATE HERE FoundationOur mission is to create a safe space for mothers and families to gain access to the most current legal and medical information available with no fear of judgment or stigma.  The rights of medical marijuana patients in the removal, dependency and child custody contexts are still unresolved. Defending your rights can be very difficult, especially because many people in the system, including Child Protective Services (CPS) workers, attorneys and judges can be biased against parents who are medical marijuana patients. DONATE HERE

The Center for Asian Pacific American Women The Center strives to nurture our Asian American Pacific Islander (AAPI) communities by expanding leadership capacity, fostering awareness of AAPI issues, creating a supportive network of AAPI women leaders, and strengthening community. DONATE HERE

Supernova Women  A Space for Women of Color in Cannabis  Supernova Women is a women of color led non-profit organization with a mission to empower people of color to become self-sufficient shareholders in the cannabis industry. We do this through education, advocacy, and network building. Our organization was founded in 2015 by Amber Senter, Nina Parks, and Tsion “Sunshine” Lencho. Andrea Unsworth joined the Supernova Women board of directors in early 2016. Supernova Women is a national organization headquartered in Oakland, California. DONATE HERE

Dressember Since 2013, Dressember advocates have raised over $10 million to fund vital anti-trafficking work worldwide.  They work with partners, like us, to bring relief, restoration, and resources to victims around the world. It is our hope that through a growing, collaborative community of advocates, we will ultimately dismantle the human trafficking industry from every angle.   DONATE HERE