Friends of Art in the Age,

We have been thinking and reflecting on this historic global movement, and what we as a small business can do to continue the forward momentum. In order to make a sustained commitment, we have decided to dedicate each upcoming month to supporting a different Black Organization throughout 2020.

For the month of June, every purchase made at Art in the Age will include a donation to Black & Brown Founders, a woman-founded organization that gives entrepreneurs knowledge, tools and cutting-edge tactics to launch startups without relying on venture capital. We will continue our donations to different Black organizations through the entire year. See below for further information and for our calendar of contributions.

We hope you’ll join us in our support of these incredible organizations, and also in transforming that support into a long-lasting habit.

-The folks at Art in the Age

JUNEBlack & Brown Founders — Black & Brown Founders gives entrepreneurs knowledge, tools, and cutting-edge tactics to launch startups without relying on venture capital.

JULYBlack Girls Code — By reaching out to the community through workshops and after school programs, Black Girls CODE introduces computer coding lessons to young girls from underrepresented communities in programming languages such as Scratch or Ruby on Rails.

AUGUSTGirl Trek — The mission is to pioneer a health movement for African-American women and girls grounded in civil rights history and principles through walking campaigns, community leadership, and health advocacy.

SEPTEMBERLoveland Therapy Fund — Founded to bring opportunity and healing to communities of color, and especially to Black women and girls.

OCTOBEREmbrace Race — Focuses on future generations. With each new piece of content or webinar they publish, their community of parents, guardians, educators, and advocates grows. In turn, they impact the lives of children and communities to exponential effect.

NOVEMBERNational Black Farmers Association — NBFA is a non-profit organization representing African American farmers and their families in the United States. As an association, it serves tens of thousands of members nationwide. NBFA's education and advocacy efforts have been focused on civil rights, land retention, access to public and private loans, education and agricultural training, and rural economic development for black and other small farmers.

DECEMBERUNCF — UNCF’s mission is to build a robust and nationally-recognized pipeline of under-represented students who, because of UNCF support, become highly-qualified college graduates and to ensure that our network of member institutions is a respected model of best practice in moving students to and through college.