It’s official! I am joining the board of the Tampa Bay Abortion Fund! I’ve been so honored to get to provide my services for the Fund for the last few months–from profiling them for Women’s Voices Media, interviewing them for the Progressive, and, of course, building their website! Or, I should say our website!
I’m really honored to have been voted onto the Access to Reproductive Care and Health (ARCH) abortion fund board last night. I can’t think of a truer form of mutual aid/community care than funding abortion at a clinic where I also escort!
This piece is about focusing on the importance of abortion access over solely looking at legality of abortion and being “pro-choice.” It’s not a choice if you can’t access it. During a pandemic, this tension is clearer than ever.
I’m thrilled to officially be able to launch this! I’m offering web design, social media consulting, and consulting and more *𝗳𝗼𝗿 𝗳𝗿𝗲𝗲* for abortion funds, clinic escorts, practical support volunteers, abortion doula collectives, and any other abortion-related group!
Last week, I had the privilege of profiling the Tampa Bay Abortion Fund and learn about the incredible work they’re doing in the area. This week, I built them a website!
A few weeks ago, I was approached by the incredible Tampa Bay Abortion Fund about working with them on a profile. Today, it went like on the Women’s Voices Media site! Check it out below. The TBAF might be the coolest Fund in the country–I’ve never seen an org do so much incredible work in addition to the badass work of funding abortion.
As abortion care becomes harder to access, organizations like WRRAP fill a critical gap in funding for patients
It’s a crazy time to get an abortion right now. It surprises me to even have to say that, considering it’s usually a crazy time to get an abortion, but with the current pandemic, abortion access is in danger. That’s why I’m asking for your donation to the DC Abortion Fund.
The coronavirus, and the actions required to protect against it, will likely erode access to abortion care—even in a place like Washington, D.C., a hub with few restrictions, an abortion support infrastructure, and providers across the region.