Fall Update: 501(c)3, t-shirts, and more!
We're 501(c)3 approved!
Happy fall, everyone, and great news! All of your donations to HWIP are now tax-deductible! Even better news: any donations you have made since March 2017 are also deductible!
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We're so grateful to all of our donors! Donations of all sizes enable us to create powerful art, develop and run retreats, and build a retreat center in Hawai'i.
We're celebrating our 501(c)3 status with a t-shirt fundraiser! T-shirts are only $20 and are available in unisex, slim fit, and children's sizes. Support HWIP's work and look good doing it!
Work exchange updates
This summer, HWIP hosted two awesome work-exchange volunteers, JoAnna and Trevor. They worked diligently on various projects on the land in Hawai'i, including creating a garden.
Are you interested in a work-exchange? We can host individuals, couples, families, and groups. We are looking for people with a wide range of skills--gardening, landscaping, construction, welding, interior design, nonprofit fundraising, and more! If you think you have skills we can use, let us know! Get the conversation started by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We launched our first online retreat in July, and it is getting good feedback! Have you done it yet?
This 7-day self-care retreat features reflections and activities based on 7 revolutionary holy women: Lilith teaches us to care enough to leave; Pauli Murray teaches us to care enough to hope; Isadora Duncan teaches us to care for our body; Frida Kahlo teaches us to care for our reality; Virginia Woolf teaches us to care for our space; Anna Julia Cooper teaches us to care for our voice; and Sojourner Truth teaches us to care enough to resist.
We had a successful summer sale, and Angela continues to create more icons of revolutionary holy women. We are currently focusing on two series, Hawaiian Icons and Icons of Grief, and are looking for galleries that would be interested in hosting either of these exhibits. Do you know a gallery, church, or other organization that might like to display Hawaiian Icons or Icons of Grief? If so, send us an email.