Fundraiser

Round 2! 100% of the funds collected will be equally divided and invested into two organizations, SisTers Pgh and Finca FlamboyánT. 


Make a contribution of $15 to be entered to win a set of 16 artist hankies from the Queer Ecology Hanky Project. There are four sets of hankies to choose from. Each contribution buys you one entry--one chance to win the hanky set of your choice. Or for $50, with Something for Everybody, you get four entries--one entry to each of the four hanky packs. Contribute as much as you like! If you win, you will receive all 16 hankies in the hanky pack, with an estimated $400 value for each set. These hankies were printed and designed for the Queer Ecology Hanky Project. Individual information about artists and hankies is included in each set. 


The fundraiser will close during the full moon, on Friday October 31st at midnight, and we will pull and announce winners on Monday November 2nd. We will post the full amount raised and donation receipts. 

 

Deep gratitude and thanks to the artists for donating their work for this fundraiser: Vanessa Adams, Eana Agoplan, Dana Aleshire, Finley Baker, Amanda Blix, Aja Bond,  Eli Campanaro, Maya Carey, Christina Castillo, Chemlawn, Devon Cohen, Molly Costello, Amy Cousins, Lorraine Cruz, J. Avery Theodore Daisey, Alek de Dóchas, Heather Douglas, Jessica Fancy, Zeph Fishlyn, Keith Foster, Carlee Freeman, Lindsey French, Clement Hil Goldberg, Mia Greenwald, Jacq Groves, L Hammel, Ian Hanesworth, Mel Hardy, Eriko Hattori, E Henderson, Meg Houston, Hana Jimenez, Katie Kaplan, Devon Kelley-Yurdin, Karey Kenst, Levi Labruzzy, Zhen Yang Lee, Rowan Leek, Sam Loewen, Selena Loomis, Ayden Love, Alyx Rene Lunada, Soren Lundi, Drea Marcos, Georgia McCandlish, Kate McNeely, Bekezela Mguni, A-B Moore, Mary Murph, Jason Patten, Zackary Petot, Em Pike, Chris Pilewski, Claire Ragland, A. Reid, Jenna Reid, Syr Reifsteck, Heidi Andrea Restrepo Rhodes, Rigel Richardson, Quinn Rivenburgh, Avery Rose, Erin Roussel, E.T. Russian, Nick Shick, August Schultz, H. Simon, Willy Smart, Marta Syrup, Ginger Brooks Takahashi, Corinne Teed, Trash Tmblweed, Mary Tremonte, Anna Wagner, Summer Wood, Natalie Woodlock, Jon Wooley. 

Thank you for your support!


Here is a description of the organizations benefiting, in their own words:


SisTers PGH is a transgender centered drop-in space, resource provider and shelter transitioning program based in Pittsburgh, PA. SisTersPGH, Corp offers outreach, accurate transgender education, trans inclusion training, advocacy, and emergency housing/shelter for transgender people of Pittsburgh. SisTersPGH works to create an educated, supportive Pittsburgh where trans and non-binary people have the resources to thrive on their own terms. 


A QTPOC-stewarded land project, artist retreat and home in the southwest mountains of PR. Finca FlamboyánT serves as a sanctuary for marginalized folks to spend time in, work on their art, learn/teach about farming and plant medicine, skill-share or just come and take a break for healing and rejuvenation in a rural, tropical setting. Finca FlamboyánT is a part of a larger network of agoecological land projects in PR working towards food sovereignty & land reclamation in the face of historical and ongoing capitalist & colonial subjectification. As an anti-colonial project, La Finca centralizes the experience of Puerto Ricans, latinx, Black, and indigenous folks while welcoming all people of color of the diaspora as a part of our community. Recognizing the intersecting iImpact of racism, homophobia, and gender based violence, Finca FlamboyánT is specifically a project for and by Queer People of Color impacted by colonialism, displacement, and diaspora. As queer people, and as people of color, we need access to natural spaces in which to cultivate our own connection to land, place, and food systems. It is critical that spaces exist which prioritize our survival, well-being and ability to strengthen our community. At Finca FlamboyánT, we aim to maintain a safer space for learning, healing, growing and building together in a supportive environment created for and by us, From The Brown Up.