the florapothecarie journal
This July, florapothecarie is funding abortion access. 20% of florapothecarie sales this month will be donated to The Brigid Alliance and National Network of Abortion Funds.
UPDATE: Thanks to your support, florapothecarie was able to donate $300 last month to The Trevor Project! You can continue to show your support by donating directly or shopping my Pride T-Shirt Collection. 20% of the sales of these shirts will be donated to The Trevor Project. Forever. ❤️🧡💛💚💙💜 ...
Instead of discounts, we're giving 20% of our sales to non-profits.
Deep discounts hurt small businesses, especially this year. So we're opting out of discounting. Instead, 10% of our total sales from 11/27-11/30 will go toward CT Coalition to End Homelessness and another 10% will go to Color Of Change.
This month, florapothecarie is donating 10% of our total sales to Color Of Change and another 10% to The Trevor Project to help these organizations create positive legislative change and local community impact for people of color and LGBTQ youth. Read on for more resources and actions you can take to be a better ally to people of color and LGBTQ people.
Meet Emily Thompson, Co-Founder of Being Boss and Co-Owner of Almanac Supply Co., an online shop dedicated to embracing the seasons and living with nature, carrying a curated selection of products to inspire.
Meet Deana Merola, founder of Christopher Michael The Salon, a certified sustainable salon specializing in vivids, bridal, curly cuts & color in Wallingford, CT using eco-friendly, natural, and cruelty-free products.
Meet Melissa Gonzales of Vintanthro Modern & Vintage, proprietress of the coolest vintage shop in New Haven (and maybe even all of Connecticut).
florapothecarie cosmetics bags are now handmade and printed using eco-friendly fabrics and inks by Freeset, a fair trade manufacturing company that exists to bring freedom to women who've been trapped in India's sex trade.