Hello, all who may stumble upon this page! I just wanted to stop in for a quick second to share some information on the organizations that I chose to donate to over the past few months. I’m not going to explain what each organization does, but I have linked each one down below so you can check them out if you’d like to. Before I went on my road trip with Bryce in July, I said that I would donate a portion of my profits, but since the summer flew by for me and I didn’t have much time to devote to Little Bee, I decided to honor my promise of a 20% donation of my profits for the months of June, July, and August. I chose to split these profits evenly between Campaign Zero and the Hopi/Navajo COVID-19 Relief fund. Moving forward from summer into fall, I chose to donate 10% of my monthly profits, and with wildfires raging in California and Oregon (two places that are very dear to me) in September, I chose to split my donation between Our Family Farms and The Center for Disaster Philanthropy California Wildfires Recovery Fund. I was supposed to organize an event last April up in Eugene but was unable to due to COVID, so my dear friend and I had 100 t-shirts that had already been paid for so we decided to hand dye them, split them up, block print each one and donate half of the profits from that. I chose to combine this with my October and November donations and donate to the Equal Justice Initiative. It has felt incredible to use this little business as an avenue to give. As I am approaching pursuing Little Bee full-time, I no longer feel comfortable donating a portion of my profits as this is becoming my sole source of income. If in the future, I feel stable enough to give again, I would absolutely explore that opportunity. Thank you to all who have supported me throughout this journey. It means a lot to me and in turn, your purchases have allowed me to donate $860 since June. Thank you thank you thank you all.