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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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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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Designing for America’s Largest Protest

The Story Behind Creating the Women’s March Brand You likely heard about the Women’s March on Washington. You likely saw someone supporting the demonstration by knitting a pink cat-eared hat, sharing a#WhyIMarch post, inviting networks to local Facebook events or purchasing commemorative merchandise. If you didn’t march, you likely know one

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Bonfire Selected as Official Merchandise Partner for the Women’s March on Washington

We’re excited to announce our partnerships with the Women’s March on Washington and a growing number of its sister marches as local chapters continue to organize across the world. The national campaign has raised more than $100,000 in under a week — with all proceeds from merchandise sales to fund the logistics

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Interview: A Look Inside ARME’s Beagle Freedom Project with Shannon Keith

Animal rights leader, director/producer, and social entrepreneur, Shannon Keith is busy creating a world in which progress and innovation are achieved entirely through non-animal research methods — a world where her organization is out of business. Currently open, operating and rapidly growing, Los Angeles based Beagle Freedom Project and it’s umbrella organization

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Stories: Hannah Eloge, Kindred + Co

 November is Adoption Awareness Month, and today Bonfire is celebrating World Adoption Day with Hannah Eloge of Kindred + Co! Hannah is currently running a fundraising campaign on Bonfire.com for her friend Melody who is adopting. Read more about Hannah’s passion for family and her brave adoption community at Kindred