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- MLive, Jan. 5, 2017: Pins from Ann Arbor shipped around globe ahead of women's rights marches
- WEMU 89.1 FM, Jan. 5, 2017: An Ann Arbor Couple Works To Bring People Together In A Positive Way
- Michigan Radio, Jan. 5, 2017: Pin created by Ann Arbor couple goes worldwide to commemorate upcoming Women’s March
- The Ann, Jan. 5, 2017: A2 couple's pin business raises money for causes
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Pincause Launches Second Pin
"Rising for Refugees" design benefits International Rescue Committee (IRC) and the White Helmets
Austin, TX - Launching at SxSW, Pincause unveils their second pin to raise support and funds for the refugee crisis. The artwork was created in partnership with artist, and activist JESS X SNOW. Pincause launched January 1, 2017 with a mission to bring people Together in Love supporting the organizations that shape people’s futures. Since launch, they have has raised more than $86,000 for ACLU and Planned Parenthood.
“When we work Together in Love, we can move mountains. Regardless of politics, we need to work together to address today’s most critical issues. The refugee situation in Syria and the world is a humanitarian crisis. Pincase is proud to be raising money and support for the International Rescue Committee and White Helmets in Syria.” said Nate Stevens.
“Since I first saw the work of JESS X SNOW, I was determined to partner with her. Jess and her parents immigrated from Nanchang, China to Canada, and then when she was just 7 she and her mom headed to the US. Her work evokes the emotion of the migration experience and the mother-child connection. She is committed to making noise about the refugee crisis.” said Kate Lind.
Orders for the Rise For Refugees Pin will be taken online at Pincause.com starting March 9th and will be available at SxSW at Booth 549 in the Social Impact Pavilion (in Exhibit Hall 4) off of Aisle 2000.
Artist JESS X SNOW: Jessxchen.comContact: