Episode 2! We are moving, people. This week in running a business, I wanted to focus on Houston. Unless you're living under a rock, you know about the devastation resulting from Hurricane Harvey. This is the perfect time to use my platform as a small business owner and let you know about all of the good in this world. I try to use the mindset that I want to leave the world in a better place than I found it. Here is one of my many attempts.
So many small businesses are donating to help Houston. Shop your hearts away because it is going towards helping those in need! I have organized this into categories so scroll until you find one that fits your wants/needs.
Belle & Whistles is donating 50% of profit from Texas sports orders and 20% of profit from all other orders until Labor Day. Donations will go to the American Red Cross.
Chelsey, the owner of Cricket Lane Studio is donating 100% of proceeds from four items (Houston print, Houston mug, Texas print, Texas mug) to the Hurricane Harvey Relief Fund.
Rachel Carl is donating 100% of proceeds of this print to go to the disaster non-profits. It's only $5 on her Etsy page.
Heather Hipsher of @hipsher.art on Instagram is donating a portion of her profits from commissioned artwork of your pets!
Urban Oreganics. Emily is the founder of this organic, vegan, and 100% natural skin care line. She is donating proceeds from her fall line launching this Friday, 9/1
Strength and Peace Stamped Bracelet by B.Stamped. Brittany is donating all proceeds from the sale of her fundraiser bracelet now through Sept.16th.
Candles & Confetti founder Ashley is donating 100% of her bangle purchases this week to the American Red Cross.
4th Generation Designs has this beautiful necklace posted. All proceeds from this necklace go to Samaritan's Purse for relief.
Little Gypsy Finery The owner, Lauralye is using proceeds from her shop to donate diapers to Texas.
Fresh Apparel Amanda is donating 100% of profits on Thursday to the Texas Diaper Bank.
All Good Threads Amy is giving 10% of sales to different disaster relief non-profits for the rest of the year.
Mirna with Faithful Branches Boutique is donating 20% of sales to help victims
Polka Dot Print Shop- The owner, Leslie is in Houston. She is donating $10 from every book sold. Money that she is collecting will go directly to 3 families that she personally knows who have lost everything, and have no flood insurance. Bonus: She also has 2 people matching whatever amount of money she raises!
NursElet is giving 10% of sales to Texas Diaper Bank till Sept 3rd.
On top of doing an amazing and selfless thing of donating, snag some products from true girl bosses!