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8LACK OFFICIAL is not just a fashion brand, but also is an organization that cares about social issues and we always take action about them. 2% of the revenue on each item goes to charity associations and we host fundraising events annually to donate all profits of the event to organizations such is Girl's Action and other communities that support those who desperately need help. The money we are currently raising is going to 4 different charity organizations.

 

 

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If you want to get involved in the charity movement right now, you can donate by clicking the organization name that you wish to support in the table below.

 Canadian Women’s Foundation 

Wounded Warriors Canada

The Canadian Women’s Foundation is Canada’s public foundation for diverse women and girls. This organization focuses on women and girls because they face distinct barriers that require distinct solutions and because gender equality improves economic and social conditions for everyone. Their mission is to honor and support Canada’s ill and injured Canadian Armed Forces members, Veterans, First Responders and their families. Creating an innovative approach to mental health care for Veterans, First Responders and their families using clinical best practices and evidence-based care.

Thorn

Earth Alliance

Thorn was born in 2012. Co-founders Ashton Kutcher and Demi Moore had learned about the issue of child sex trafficking from a documentary highlighting what was happening to children in Cambodia. They describe it as this moment where you learn something about the world that you can’t un-know. As they started learning more, they realized that it is just as prolific of a problem here in the United States as it is overseas. Earth Alliance, a new organization to help address the urgent threats to our planet’s life support systems – born out of the shared passion of its founding co-chairs: environmental activist and Academy Award®-winning actor Leonardo DiCaprio, businesswoman and philanthropist Laurene Powell Jobs, and investor and philanthropist Brian Sheth.