Hey – hey you?? You like scarves? You like wool socks? You like abortion access?

Well then do I have a deal for you!

FSU and SURJ have a combined 4 teams participating in this year’s National Abortion Access Bowl-a-thon, and in order to raise funds to meet our goal, I am selling things I’ve knitted over the years and haven’t given away.

If you are interested in helping bring access to abortion services to the women and female-bodied people of North Carolina, please do check out THIS ETSY PAGE

I will be updating with more items over the next week, so please do check back in and see if there’s anything that *strikes* your fancy.

If you would like to donate directly to the abortion fund, you can do so here: Smash the PINTRIARCHY!!

Wanna learn more about the Carolina Abortion Fund?  Here’s a snippet from their website:

The Carolina Abortion Fund has learned a lot this year, thanks to your continued support of our mission to improve access to abortion services for women and girls in North Carolina (and, of course, a rockin’ first annual Bowl-a-Thon!).

This year, we learned how to set up a compassionate and responsive intake system that has already helped more than 70 women pay their medical bills since the program started. We learned that our supporters are as passionate about bowling and access to abortion as we are. But the most important lesson we learned this year is that $300 a week does not go very far at an abortion fund.

You see, our budget only allows us to give out $300 a week to the women who call us. This weekly allowance barely lasts through our first hour of calls per week, let alone the first night. Why did we set this budget? We want to help as many women as we can, but we also want to build a sustainable fund that can serve women year-round.

This is why we need your help. It’s pretty simple: the more we raise, the more we can give out, and the fewer women we’re forced to turn away who need our help.

Contribute now–whether it is $10 or $50 or $500–to help women in North Carolina know that they have a place to turn to.

Your charitable contribution to the Carolina Abortion Fund is tax-deductible for federal income tax purposes. We are an all-volunteer organization, which means your contribution will go directly to help low-income women and girls with minimal overheard costs.

Read more here:Carolina Abortion Fund

How far will your tax-deductible donation go?

  • $300: Provides a maximum grant to a 2nd trimester patient or maximum grants to 3 1st trimester patient
  • $200: Provides grants to 2 1st trimester patients
  • $100: Provides a maximum grant to a 1st trimester patient
  • $50: Provides a half grant to a first trimester patient
  • $25: Provides a quarter of a grant to a first trimester patient

The CAF is a 100% volunteer-operated organization. Each tax-deductible you contribute will go directly to help a low-income person pay their medical bills.

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