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our values:

giving back

We donate 5% of our profits to community organizations who are working to build a better world. Including:

  • Roslindale Community Fridge, a mutual aid collective working to provide food access and resources to residents through community fridge efforts and community programming.

  • Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe, who has inhabited present day Massachusetts and Eastern Rhode Island for more than 12,000 years. Donations support efforts to preserve the Tribal Nation's history, culture, sovereignty, and traditions, and support them in providing education, healthcare and elder services for the community.

  • Muslim Justice League, whose work centers communities heavily impacted by surveillance and policing in the US. MJL was founded on the principles that discrimination towards any group endangers the rights of all and that Muslim advocacy is an essential force for promoting justice.

  • Loveland Foundation, which addresses barriers to accessing mental health services by providing financial assistance to Black women and girls seeking therapy nationwide.

  • Massachusetts Center for Native American Awareness, which works to preserve cultural traditions; to assist Native American residents with basic needs and educational expenses; to dispel inaccurate information about Native Americans; and to work towards racial equality by addressing inequities across the region.

  • Marsha P. Johnson Institute, which seeks to eradicate systemic, community, and physical violence, and defend the human rights of Black transgender people.

  • California ChangeLawyers, which works to build a better justice system for all by supporting promising law students from backgrounds underrepresented in the legal field.

  • BorderLinks, a community-based organization where people collectively learn, teach, reflect, share resources, and organize for justice in the borderlands.

  • Dharamsala Animal Rescue, which works to end the human/street dog conflict by creating a humane and sustainable environment for animals with direct benefits to the people of Dharamsala, India.

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