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Updated: Jul 3, 2020

Womankind is Rising Against Violence–Here’s How to Help.


In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, our team has decided to donate 90% of all proceeds made from reusable face mask sales to Womankind. We believe strongly in what Womankind stands for and would like to donate our profits to them.


What is Womankind?


Womankind is a non-profit organization striving to aid those subjected to gender-based violence. In 37 years, they have established in providing a multilingual service to help survivors in domestic violence, human trafficking and sexual violence.They have a dedicated team of 70 staff and 150 volunteers collectively speak 18+ Asian languages and dialects. Through their programs, they offer survivors access to a safe place to live, counseling, legal assistance, wellness activities, and so much more. Womankind was born from a single phone—effectively establishing the first helpline, and lifeline, for Asian domestic violence survivors on the East Coast.


Why do we choose Womankind?


As a team of female Asian Americans, this cause is one that we are passionate about. Especially in light of COVID-19, many victims are forced to stay with their abusers. Womankind works with women to rise above trauma and set foot on a path of healing. 


Iris Fan

Co-Founder and Brand Manager


Kaitlyn Thitibordin

Co-Founder and Creative Director

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