Georgia's Rainbow Pride Pin raises $4,806.36 in donations for Salem, MA based nAGLY

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Sometimes the littlest thing can make the biggest difference. Earlier this spring, Georgia was drawing a rainbow. I (her dad) thought it would make a cute enamel pin, we had just been introduced to nAGLY (North Shore LGBTQ Youth) in Salem and the great work they do in the community for LGBTQ youth. We met with Executive Director Steve Harrington and pitched our idea to him, to make an enamel pin where all profits would benefit nAGLY. We then approached our friends Kate and Jamie at Roost & Company and asked if they would consider selling them too and also donate their profits from them, and they agreed. Last week, after just a few months of sales, we are super proud to announce that Georgia’s little rainbow helped us collectively raise $4,806.36 for nAGLY! Thank you to Roost, nAGLY, and everyone who supported our efforts through the sale of Georgia’s rainbow Pride pin, sticker and patch! Photo courtesy of Christopher Padgett. 

 


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