Design for Community Relief
Due to the coronavirus, please call to ensure this event is still happening before you leave home.
These times have been greatly devastating to so many communities.
MOCIUN partnered with other fine jewelry and luxury home brands to fundraise for causes that work directly with vulnerable populations that have been deeply affected by COVID-19.
We hand selected organizations that get funds directly in the hands of those that need it the most. Black and Brown communities have been disproportionately impacted by COVID-19, across the entirety of the US, medically, financially, and legally.
These nonprofits have taken on a tremendous undertaking and we wanted to support them by donating, by creating an auction and spreading knowledge of their work.
We have partnered with Colin Kappernick’s Know Your Rights Camp COVID-19 Fund, The Conscious Kid, One Fair Wage and National Domestic Workers Alliance.
These funds will contribute toward food insecurity, outstanding bills, shelter assistance, and personal protective equipment.
Together, we have donated goods valued at nearly $110,000 and hope to raise much more. If you have the means and are looking for a beautiful way to make an impactful contribution in the life of another, we encourage you to bid and/or donate to these organizations directly.
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