Another New Calligraphy recognizes its privileges, stands in solidarity with the marginalized, and endeavors to use its resources in pursuit of social justice.
Another New Calligraphy's most recent fundraising initiative supported members of the Black community through the sale of ebooks and early access to the fourth issue of Impossible Task. Over $300 was split between these two organizations:
The Okra Project provides mental health services, fresh meals, and other assistance for Black Trans individuals.
The Loveland Foundation offers financial assistance and guidance to Black women and girls seeking therapy.
To mark its ten-year anniversary in 2019, Another New Calligraphy began embedding relevant fundraising efforts in each of its projects. These titles have raised $1 per sale for the listed services:
Blockhead by Grace Covill-Grennan: Revolution Workshop, a nonprofit providing free apprenticeship programs in construction and woodworking for unemployed adults on Chicago's west side.
St. Crispin in the Trenches by Annabel Mahoney: Storycatchers, an organization empowering youth in Chicago's juvenile justice system to confront trauma and tell their personal stories through theatre.
Let the Buzzards Eat Me Whole by Ingrid M. Calderón-Collins: GirlForward, a Chicago resource providing educational support and safe spaces for teenage girls displaced by conflict and persecution.
Another New Calligraphy appreciates your support.