Together, we donated $2,200 CAD to Power To Girls, Marsha P. Johnson Institute, and Native Women’s Association of Canada (split between the three)! Your generous raffle entries collectively raised $1,700 and I personally added a $500 donation.
Thank you so very much to all who participated and donated to these 3 organizations. They all share a common mission: to uplift, empower and nourish women and girls, and I'm honoured to be a part of this community that stands in solidarity with this mission. I look forward to the work we will continue to do together in support of ALL women.
Congratulations to the raffle winners: Hannah Toews, Cindy Nardi and Cynthia Nguyen.
In an effort to raise funds for marginalized women and girls that need our support and solidarity more than ever, I’m raffling three Cadette necklaces, with 100% of the proceeds going to Power To Girls, Marsha P. Johnson Institute, and Native Women’s Association of Canada, to be split between the three.
ENTER TO WIN one of three Cadette necklaces – the three winners will be chosen at random, and each winner will be able to pick any necklace style from the photo above, in 14kt gold-plated or sterling silver.
EACH ENTRY is $10 CAD; so, $10 = 1 entry in raffle, $20 = 2 entries, $30 = 3 entries, and so on.
The raffle will close on June 22 at 11:00pm EST, and three winners will be chosen at random and contacted on June 23. Raffle is open internationally. I will cover shipping costs, but any extra duty fees incurred must be paid by recipients.
Necklace winners will get to choose from:
Female Form Necklace, Petite Form Necklace, Petite Hera Necklace, Venus Necklace, Minimalist Coin Necklace.
MORE ABOUT THE ORGANIZATIONS:
Power To Girls creates SAFE spaces for marginalized girls in the GTA, grade 6-8. Running an array of programs centered on mental health, self-esteem, relationship building, and more.
Marsha P. Johnson Institute seeks to eradicate systemic, community, and physical violence that silences the Black transgender and gender non-conforming people.
Native Women’s Association of Canada is the national voice for Indigenous women, girls & gender diverse individuals. Working toward full social, economic and political equality.