Hi friends. Last month, hurricane Matthew caused enough flooding & hurricane damage that NASA said the damage itself can be seen from space.
Luckily, while most eyes were glued to the Trump vs Clinton pre-election drama, a bunch of brave volunteers left the comfort of their homes to offer a helping hand… and while most of us are not prepared to go to such lengths, it’s always good to know that there are other *less messy* ways to support the victims in rebuilding their homes and schools.
Okay, so here’s some Good news
Throughout the month of November, more than 200 Creative Market shop owners (including me) are donating a portion of their earnings to All Hands Volunteers, a non-profit organization that addresses the immediate and long-term needs of communities impacted by natural disasters. To top it all, Creative Market will be giving an additional donation of $20,000 to All Hands Volunteers.
Please help us in supporting them by purchasing some great design assets in November. You’ll be giving back to the communities who really need a helping hand right now. Together, we really can make a difference.
For the month of November Curve and Pixel will be donating 50% of it’s earnings to this initiative, so if you enjoy our watercolor goodies, head over to Curve and Pixel on Creative Market now to support a good cause.
And here’s a shoutout to the real Rockstars this month:
Here’s a shout out to just a few of the incredible shop owners who are giving 100% in November. A campaign like this can only be successful if there are generous shop owners who volunteer to be a part of it and these guys have taken it one step further by giving one hundred percent of their earnings for November.
Go take a look at all the Shop owners who are Paying it Forward in November and remember to support their stores.
How to tell if your next purchase will contribute to Pay it Forward 2016?
Simply look out for this banner at the top of any Creative Market product page, and you’ll know that you’re giving something back to the brave volunteers in Louisiana, Haiti, and around the globe.
Much respect and many thanks to those who are rebuilding the schools, repairing the houses… and restoring our faith in humanity