Moon Phase: Waning Half Moon Sun Phase: before Summer Solstice
Feed Your Soul by: kuwa jasiri
Moment to Pause to ask what your heart wants?
As founding steward I, kuwa jasiri Indomela (the one / ellx), study wild foods, birth work, Seed stewardship, and liberatory medicine to tend my own sexual traumas. As an intersex polyqueer, my superpower is infiltrating privileged spaces, advocating and bringing about equity while marginalized folks rest and play.
Our grassroots initiative nourishes the mental, spiritual and physical wellbeing of genderqueer People Of Heritage (Of Colour) since 2011.
We educate about and facilitate Community Based Reparations where privileged folks return resources (reparations) and make amends for (micro)aggressions to marginalized folks through our organization. We are the bridge because interacting directly with privileged folks can be draining, emotional, triggering and fake causing exulansis based fatigue.
“The approach that Artistic Apothecary takes is creative, innovative, and relies on genuine relationships being formed.” — Ana, Office Volunteer
Celebrate With Us
During June we relish being publicly honoured in our fullness as genderqueer, Nature loving, majikal Beings with connections to our Ancestry. As part of the festivities we are holding a community based fundraiser.
Join us in celebrating Pride Moonth + World Environmental Day (June 5) + Juneteenth (June 19) + Summer Solstice (June 20) + National Indigenous Peoples Day (June 21).
We ask that you pick a day that holds significance for you and donate this Moonth.
Reparations Fund + Goals
Support me in receiving a 5,000$ livable stipend for my Solidarity work and helping us to welcome 3 new patrons for continued support.
We start our fund at 101$ from 12 patrons whose collective contribution totals $96 and Nico who donated 5$. The only way to achieve our goals is for you to spread our request far and wide.
“I think this organization identifies the systemic changes required to provide education to people, as well as the policies needed to make changes happen. I love supporting your great work.” — Alisha, Graphic Design Volunteer
Support Our Work
Generous community contributions provide vital leadership for our dynamic decolonial programming and are matched dollar for dollar by the Trans Justice Funding Project. If you believe in the work we do, become a donor by June 30th.
- Word Of Mouth: Community engagement is the #1 tool for growing our network. Show your support by printing and posting our fundraiser images, sharing them online, or sending our request to someone(s) that you feel will resonate with our mission.
- Give money: A one-time donation or ongoing contributions via patron or Cryptocurrency donations or legacy bequests.
3. Shop our online stores that uplift genderqueer, Afro-led community care initiatives. Purchase our merchandise, educationally playful e-zines, majikal items and zero waste community garden Seeds.
4. In-kind donations of Seeds, hygiene items, gift cards, dehydrated herbs + spices, dehydrated fruits + foods, herbal medicine, majikal items, healthcare treatments, other trades.
Let us prove that grassroots, genderqueer Afro led, community based initiatives can thrive. Will you give today to support us in reaching our goal of 5,000$ and 3 new patrons?
As always we value you!