» MEET THIS MONTH’S CHARITY! 5% OF March 2018 SALES WILL GO TO:
The Innocence Project
What does the Innocent Project do? I’ll let them tell you:
The Innocence Project, founded in 1992 by Peter Neufeld and Barry Scheck at Cardozo School of Law, exonerates the wrongly convicted through DNA testing and reforms the criminal justice system to prevent future injustice.
The Innocence Project’s mission is to free the staggering number of innocent people who remain incarcerated, and to bring reform to the system responsible for their unjust imprisonment.
- Our Legal & Intake departments work to exonerate the innocent who have been wrongly convicted.
- Our Strategic Litigation department works to improve case law through targeted legal work.
- Our Policy department works to pass laws and implement policies that prevent wrongful conviction.
- Our Social Work department supports exonerees as they rebuild their lives post-release.
Planning a wedding can feel trivial in a world where there is so much hatred, violence, and injustice.
I know I struggle with the question of whether I’m doing enough work to make things better. And since you’re reading this page on my website, I bet you are the kind of people who worry about these things too.
So when I left my former planning company behind and rebranded into Aisle Less Traveled, I decided to put my money where my mouth is:
» I’ve committed to donating 5% of every sale to organizations working towards social justice, full equality for all people, protecting this one planet we have, and generally making the world a better place.
Every calendar month, I’ll select a different charity to give to, and together we will help fund the hard work that so many amazing people and organizations are doing.
This program launched in May 2017, and I am grateful to clients like you who’ve joined with me in donating to these fantastic organizations:
Black Lives Matter
Houston Food Bank
National Alliance to End Homelessness
The Puerto Rico Real-Time Recovery Fund
Abuse, and Incest National Network)
Southern Poverty Law Center