Another New Calligraphy recognizes its privileges, stands in solidarity with the marginalized, and endeavors to use its resources in pursuit of social justice. While the arts have an important role in our lives, they are at their very best when they facilitate support for those in need.
Readers of Impossible Task can purchase early access to the journal, with 100% of proceeds going to nonprofit organizations. Previous recipients:
Palestinian Children's Relief Fund provides emergency medical and humanitarian aid to the one million youth of Gaza and others throughout the Middle East.
The Okra Project offers home-cooked and healthy meals, mutual aid, therapy, and other assistance for the Black Trans community.
Loveland Foundation shares financial assistance and guidance to Black women and girls seeking mental health services nationwide.
To mark its tenth anniversary in 2019, Another New Calligraphy began embedding relevant fundraising efforts in each of its projects. Beneficiaries include:
Project Exploration is a Chicago nonprofit creating transformative learning opportunities for youth underrepresented in the sciences.
Revolution Workshop provides free apprenticeship programs in construction and woodworking for unemployed adults on Chicago's west side.
Storycatchers empowers youth in Chicago's juvenile justice system to confront trauma and tell their personal stories through theatre.
GirlForward is a Chicago resource providing educational support and safe spaces for teenage girls displaced by conflict and persecution.
Another New Calligraphy appreciates your support.