Donate for a charitable cause

Donate 1 art piece to be auctioned off at $400 to someone with a lil spare change
(you earn $200 or can donate all funds)

50% goes to a charitable cause, buyer’s choice.
4 charities/benefits they can choose from:

American Rivers (Rivers Connect Us)
“We’re gearing up to fight the hydropower industry’s latest anti-environment power grab, advocate for the wild rivers that run through our public lands, and to stand strong against any new threat the Trump administration brings to our clean drinking water.”

Native American Rights Fund
“Support justice for Native American tribes, organizations, and individuals… Some tribal lands contain extractable resources such as oil, gas, and timber. Other lands are used for hunting, fishing, livestock grazing, and agriculture. The political and economic self-determination and self-sufficiency of most tribes depend on maintaining their land and natural resources. Much of NARF’s work under this priority involves helping tribes to safeguard their land rights; water rights; hunting, fishing, and gathering rights; resource rights; and environmental rights.

Operation Tiny Home
“Operation Tiny Home is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit that assists people struggling with severe housing instability to maintain a life of dignity through custom high-quality tiny housing solutions and empowerment training programs.”

Rescuing Leftover Cuisine
“Dedicated to helping the hungry by rescuing and donating leftover food to homeless shelters. $50 Allows us to rescue enough food to feed 415 people per month.”

Lita’s Local Food, Water, and Clothing Distribution
Since I travel, the money will be used on resources for those in whatever town I am living in or a ‘hood that I decide needs help.


Thank you! I’ll email back soon.

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