ScarvesForJustice

Handmade accessories to change the world

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania On Etsy since 2016

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ScarvesForJustice

Handmade accessories to change the world

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania | 30 Sales

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Announcement    Happy summer! My shop is currently closed for the season, but you should start seeing listings here again by the beginning of September. Please check back then!

Shop for a cause: When you buy from Scarves for Justice, 100% of the proceeds support organizations fighting to protect civil rights.

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Last updated on Jul 6, 2019

Happy summer! My shop is currently closed for the season, but you should start seeing listings here again by the beginning of September. Please check back then!

Shop for a cause: When you buy from Scarves for Justice, 100% of the proceeds support organizations fighting to protect civil rights.

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    About ScarvesForJustice

    Sales 30
    On Etsy since 2016

    With Scarves for Justice, you can protect your neck and protect civil liberties at the same time.

    When America elected Trump as president, I knew I had to take action to protect the marginalized groups he's repeatedly promised to disenfranchise.

    I also have a yarn stash that's accumulated over the years from gifts, unfinished projects, and unstarted projects.

    From these two things, Scarves for Justice was born. I'm crocheting my way through my yarn stash for a good cause. 100% of the proceeds from every scarf I sell will go to an organization that promises to protect our civil liberties. When you buy a scarf, include a note letting me know which one you'd like the money to go to. If you don't, I'll choose for you, on a rotating basis.

    The current list of organizations is:
    • Raging Chicken Press (www.ragingchickenpress.org)
    • Women's Law Project (www.womenslawproject.org)
    • Thomas Merton Center (thomasmertoncenter.org)
    • American Civil Liberties Union (www.aclu.org)
    • CeaseFire PA (www.ceasefirepa.org/)

    Production partners

    • Mikie

      Allentown, PA

      Mikie is Lou's mom. Her heart is just as big as Lou's and her yarn stash is even bigger, so she's donating several scarves to the cause. All scarves made by Mikie still ship from Pittsburgh, PA.

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