In 2020-2021 we:
- Donated a percentage of profits on Indigenous People's Day to the Sogora Te Land Trust- an urban Indigenous women-led land trust that facilitates the return of Indigenous land to Indigenous people.
- Amplified the causes and businesses of BIPOC businesses and educators on Instagram and our newsletters through a BIPOC Holiday Gift Guide as well as at other junctures.
- Muted our social feeds to allow BIPOC voices to be seen and heard in the Summer of 2020.
- Minimized digital advertising allowing attention to be put on BIPOC initiatives and organizations.
- Of the 7 partnerships and paid employment opportunities Ova Moon has generated, 5 out of 7 of those partnerships/employments have been womxn, and 5 out of 7 have been BIPOC.
- In honor of Black History Month, Ova Moon donated to Food for the People, a Black-owned non-profit that feeds the homeless in the Bay Area.
Our commitment to the issues of gender and racial equity, as well as the liberation from ALL OPPRESSION existed before we ever dreamed of Ova Moon and will continue for the rest of our lives. Now that we have the platform of Ova Moon, we are using it to uplift and empower BIPOC. As a business, we also commit to publicly interrupting and contradicting any and all forms of oppression, including, but not limited to racism, sexim, antisemitism, large people's oppression, young people's oppression, and mental health oppression.
None of us are free, until all of us are free.
Care of the environment
Our products are 100% recyclable glass bottles
Our packaging is also recyclable and biodegradable
All boxes product arrives in are used in farming projects at a local farm
Our multivitamin is manufactured locally
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