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Where Is Your Money Going? 

Great Question! 

This website is still growing, so the goal of bringing in income is to make your user experience better. I want to make more content, better content, and diverse content with more than one perspective through this project.

Because of this goal, for every dollar of profit from membership services through 2018, 90% will go right back into creating more content.  

This means: 

  • Compensation for other instructors or experts that may use their time on developing ideas and courses,

  • Equipment to improve the quality of recordings, videos, and website content in general, and

  • The flexibility to create courses on the road, to build the website, and to connect more entertainers to resources that may help them grow their careers.  

And the other 10%?

It's going to a cause that I'm deeply invested in: providing resources for domestic violence survivors.  That 10% will be divided between three organizations that do really great work in their communities to support those dealing with relocation, job placement, and meeting basic needs in the aftermath of domestic violence situations.   

 

While creating content is deeply valuable to me, the ability to give back to others who can use it is part of my core values and something I'm excited to share with everyone in the Racks to Riches community.  I've included some information about the organizations I support here, as well as donation pages if you'd like to show them more love.   

Casa De Esperanza

 

 

"Founded in 1982 to provide emergency shelter for Latinas and other women and children experiencing domestic violence, the organization has grown to become the largest Latina organization in the country focused on domestic violence. Casa de Esperanza is also committed to becoming a greater resource to organizations and communities in the areas of sexual assault and trafficking."

https://casadeesperanza.org/

To donate: click here

Partnership Against Domestic Violence (PADV)

"PADV began as an all-volunteer agency in 1975 and incorporated in 1977. Today, PADV is the largest nonprofit domestic violence organization in Georgia providing professional, compassionate, and empowering support to battered women and their children in metro Atlanta. With 43 full and part-time staff, PADV’s roster of services include a 24-hour crisis line; two 24-hour emergency shelters in metro Atlanta with 96 beds, legal advocacy; supportive housing a teen dating violence prevention program; outreach and prevention programs for battered women and children; workshops on the effects of domestic violence on the workplace; and community education and training.  Annually, we serve over 20,000 individuals."

http://padv.org/

To donate: click here

Women In Distress 

Women In Distress is the only nationally accredited, state-certified, full service domestic violence center serving Broward County, Florida. Our mission is to stop domestic violence abuse for everyone through intervention, education and advocacy.We strive to accomplish this mission through a 24-hour crisis lineemergency shelter program, individual counseling, support groups and professional trainings which are aimed at educating the community on domestic violence.

Our confidential services are offered free of charge to victims of domestic violence no matter their race, sex, age, religion, mental or physical disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, veteran or military status, immigration status or language spoken. Women In Distress believes that each survivor of domestic violence has the right to a safe, secure home and the capability to self-determine their violence free future. That is why we center our efforts in providing an environment that will help our participants recover from the traumatic effects of victimization and develop an understanding and awareness of the dynamics of domestic violence by empowering them to gain independence and self-sufficiency. Women In Distress currently operates a 132 bed shelter, an outreach center (Jim & Jan Moran Family Center), and a thrift store. Women In Distress’ programs and services are divided into Residential and Outreach Services.

https://www.womenindistress.org/

To donate: click here