We are excited to announce our new business partnerships with Come Thru Market and Wombyn’s Wellness Garden, thanks to Earth Day Oregon!
This month Wisdom will be hosting an online raffle, as a part of a larger campaign to support Oregon nonprofits with sustainable development goals. The grand prize(s) will be a goodie basket comprised of items donated by both of these amazing local businesses (think tinctures, teas, herbal medicines… maybe even some fresh goodies)!
A little about each organization:
Come Thru Market is an incubator market centering on Black and Indigenous farmers and makers. They support BIPOC growers in taking their small business dreams to the farmer’s market environment. Come Thru Market also supports farmers of color in Portland in building their farmer’s market readiness and success.
Wombyn’s Wellness Garden was founded by Roberta Eaglehorse-Ortiz (Oglala Lakota/Yomba Shoshone). WWG provides a site-based and hands-on supportive experience for beginners focused on natural growing practices and permaculture gardening. WWG compiles Roberta’s life’s work to serve local Native families through pregnancy & breastfeeding/infant feeding relationships & well ‘wombyn’s’ care.
Wombyn’s Wellness Garden LLC enjoys sharing space and highlighting other Native American/Indigenous artists, makers, and Crafters in the Pacific Northwest. Increasing visibility, access to our crafts, and unity in community with Style and Grace! We all pitched in for a top-notch basket worthy to support the efforts in raising money for Wisdom of the Elders in partnership with Earth day Oregon.
ITEMIZED BASKET CONTENTS:
TOTAL BASKET VALUE $341
Please stay tuned for more featured posts on these distinguished operations, as well as more information on how to enter our virtual raffle.
Earth Day Oregon Campaign Raffle
This month Wisdom will be hosting an online raffle, as a part of a larger campaign to support Oregon nonprofits with sustainable development goals– like ourselves! The grand prize(s) will be a goodie basket comprised of items donated by both of these AMAZING local businesses (think tinctures, teas, herbal medicines… maybe even some fresh goodies)!