Our Nonprofit Partners
With each product you purchase from Tori Leigh Stationery, you get to choose one of the charities below to receive 5% of the total sales from that order!
The Black Mamas Community Collective’s goal is to reduce and ultimately eliminate the alarming maternal mortality and morbidity rates among Black women. Through programs, increased awareness, training, outreach and research, the Black Mamas Community Collective is leading the charge in Central Texas to help Black mothers get the education and access to resources needed to have healthy pregnancies and birthing experiences.
The Collective is made up of researchers, social workers, policy makers, public health professionals and community activists and consists primarily of Black women that have survived their own pregnancy and child birthing traumas. The collaborative team is taking a holistic approach to improving access and outcomes, from unpacking the systemic sources of racism in our healthcare systems to delivery home visits for Black mothers located in Central Texas.
Through this fund, YWA (Young Women's Alliance) has been able to grant multiple scholarships each year to young women in or entering college or trade school. The Fund also awards an annual grant to YWA’s non-profit Partner, the Girls Empowerment Network who shares our mission of providing women and girls with the tools they need to reach their full potential.
The Fund allows YWA to foster the growth and development of women in Austin, serving both YWA members as well as young women throughout the Central Texas community.
Mesha's Village is an Austin, TX based nonprofit dedicated to sending orphaned & underprivileged children in Tanzania to school.
They raise money to sponsor the tuition costs for these children via events, donation pledges, and partnerships with local businesses.
In 2009, Sharon Hasley, with the support of St. Andrew United Methodist Church founded The Storehouse as a response to the urgent needs of the surrounding community. The mission of The Storehouse of Collin County is to feed, clothe, and care as neighbors in one community.
With 1 in 6 households (16.1%) facing food insecurity and 1 in 5 children (21.6%) affected by hunger, the needs of the Collin County community are great. The impact of poverty prevents many families from being able to meet their basic needs.
One Tree Planted is a nonprofit with a focus on global restoration. In 2018, they were able to get more trees in the ground than ever before - 1.3 million! As an environmental charity, One Tree Planted is dedicated to making it easier for individuals and businesses to give back to the environment, fight climate change, protect biodiversity and help reforestation efforts around the world. All by planting trees!
Started in 2014, they have more than doubled the number of trees planted year over year. Fast-forward to today, they now work with awesome reforestation partners in North America, South America, Asia, and Africa who help get trees in the ground to restore forests after fires and floods, create jobs, build communities, and protect habitat for biodiversity.