To celebrate Black History Month, we are raising funds for the body: a home for love, a Chicago-based, black women led non-profit that helps black women heal from sexual trauma (more details below). To participate – and help prevent the spread of COVID-19 - purchase our custom masks designed by Illustrnai for you and your loved ones. For each mask that you purchase, $10 will be raised by Toestees and your office. Products will be shipped at the end of the campaign (March 19). Free shipping code: MCKBHM
More on the artist: @illustrnai was digitally created and founded by illustrator Cenai. Digital illustrations are created with minimal design, positive messages, and relatable situations. Cenai started her illustrations to voice her opinion, express her feelings, share her knowledge, and highlight the work of Black women and men in the community.
CAMPAIGN PROGRESS TRACKER
Goal: Purchase 2,000 masks by March 19!
3:40pm CST on March 19, 2021
POSITION COMPETITION LEADERBOARD
Each $10 direct donation will equate one mask purchased. Please note your position on the product page to enter the competition.
- FSP and other roles 35
- BA equivalent 19
- AP equivalent 9
- EM equivalent 8
- Associate equivalent 7
- Partner 5
- Senior Partner 4
About the body: a home for love
the body: a home for love is a community-based 501(c)3 shifting culture around how black women heal from sexual trauma. Through wellness, art and storytelling, we empower survivors to reclaim their narrative and sustain the ongoing work of self-love and restoration. We believe that black women are worth, and because of that, we are committed to helping black women heal through joy.
We believe that marginalized communities are worthy of gathering and healing in beautifully designed spaces, and with that in mind, we prioritize spatial design and aesthetics because oftentimes poor people aren’t invited to pretty places. We believe that healing should come at no cost to those who are impacted by trauma, especially those who are marginalized and negatively impacted by capitalism. We believe that healing and restorative programming should be accessible. We believe in pouring into our community with all that we have. We believe in prioritizing the healing of black women because oftentimes our experiences are not seen as important enough to address. We believe that our stories deserve to be heard, we deserve a listening ear. And we, too are worth of protection and validity.