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Weaving with T-Shirts

Emily Nicolaides upcycles T-shirt waste into an awesome wall hanging for the Bonfire HQ. The Bonfire Campaign model is designed to minimize t-shirt waste by only printing t-shirts that are bought and paid for– no leftover inventory, and no boxes of t-shirts in the garbage. But sometimes shirts print incorrectly

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Together is Better: Interview with Lili Arnold

Lili Arnold is an artist living and working in Santa Cruz, California. She’s designed a few t-shirts with Bonfire, most recently this “Together is Better” shirt. She used this Bonfire campaign to raise money for RAICES Texas, an organization working with immigrants at the border in the midst of the

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Interview: Becky Crump, Mindful Mornings

There’s no one in Richmond, Virginia who knows how to command a room and motivate people to meaningful action better than Becky Crump. In 2016, Becky launched Mindful Mornings, a free monthly interactive speaker series that brings do-gooders together to connect, learn, be inspired, and collaborate. Because of the Richmond chapter’s

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Interview: Kristina Filler of Hold Your Fire

In the wake of the Parkland Shooting and March For Our Lives, Kristina Filler designed a t-shirt and fundraised over $4,100 for Everytown, an organization working to end gun violence in America. We caught up with Kristina for a quick interview to learn more about her activism and the story

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International Women’s Day 2018: The Women Behind These 8 World-Changing Shirts

In honor of International Women’s Day, we’re highlighting 8 amazing women from the Bonfire community who work hard every day to make the world they live in a better place. Mari Copeny // Little Miss FlintMari Copeny, who is also known as Little Miss Flint, has been living in the

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Interview: Karin Doolin, Co-founder of Big Picture Project

Karin and Roger Doolin travel the world to teach underprivileged communities the art of photography. Their students typically have never held a camera, or seen a photo of themselves. Karin and Roger work to give a voice to those who have been forgotten and oppressed. Read on to hear more

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Interview: Annie Segarra, The Future is Accessible

When Annie Segarra participated in the Women’s March in January, she noticed that although the worldwide event sought inclusivity, there was a lack of attention placed on making the event accessible to those with disabilities. Inspired by the simplicity of the 1970’s statement “The Future is Female”, Annie created a

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Interview: Kim Bielak, Co-founder of Class for a Cause

There’s a recent trend in health and wellness popping up from coast to coast: boutique workout studios. These creative fitness classes can cost more than a pair of yoga pants, which limits access to the very few who can afford the price tag. Class for a Cause is a movement

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