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Round Up for Change – The Loveland Therapy Fund

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*Image via The Loveland Foundation*

Shop Good is committed to weaving in the important work of the Black Lives Matter movement; now, and for the long term. And, we’d like to simplify ways you can support worthy black causes while you support Shop Good. We’re launching Shop Good’s “Round Up For Change” initiative – an effortless way to contribute to black and minority communities, while you care for yourself! Every order placed at our online clean boutique will provide the opportunity to round up your purchase to the nearest dollar. We’ll collect these gifts over time and will contribute to a rotating cause throughout each year.

So, to kick off the giving component of our work, we’ll be supporting The Loveland Therapy FundEstablished by Rachel Cargle, the fund combats the many barriers affecting access to mental health treatments by minority groups through providing financial assistance to Black women and girls nationally seeking therapy. Loveland Therapy Fund recipients will have access to a comprehensive list of mental health professionals across the country providing high quality, culturally competent services to Black women and girls. Black women and girls deserve access to healing, and that healing will impact generations.

This is just the start of Shop Good’s commitment to our new chapter of learning and evolving with all our customers in mind. We’re so glad you’re here to join us!

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Round up for Change

Donate to the Loveland Therapy Fund, an organization combating the many barriers affecting access to mental health treatments by minority groups via providing financial assistance to Black women and girls nationally seeking therapy.

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