I'm so grateful and humbled to be able to partner with my new friend, Korie's @theweekendtype beautiful work and idea to raise funds for those devastated by the floods in her hometown of Kingwood, TX. Follow the link in her profile to purchase one of these limited edition letterpress prints (this Texas in raindrops, and also the verse "Many waters cannot quench love, neither can floods drown it" are available) on handmade paper, 100% of proceeds will go to the victims.
In Korie's words: "This is what friends from afar, you've never met in real life, looks like. Loren with @farmettepress didn't bat an eye at the idea of creating something together to help support the people of Kingwood that Harvey has left devastated.
I'm sure you've seen the gravity of this situation all over the news, through social media, or with your own eyes if you're down here. So much has happened to my community of Kingwood, a suburb of Houston, and now we are challenged with rebuilding our town after Harvey hit us; hundreds of homes, our town center full of so many businesses, and the high school were all hit. A big need within our community is funding to make all the necessary repairs to restore these homes and businesses. After harvey passed, people near and far began demo work here to remove everything that got wet out of the homes and businesses. Moving forward, it's not just muscle we need, it's funding. Funds to repair when they didn't have flood insurance. Some did, but since this was deemed an 800 year flood, so many did not, and are having to figure out these repairs out of pocket AND continue to pay a mortgage on a flooded house. Can you imagine? 😭
100% of the proceeds from these A6 letterpress prints on gorgeous handmade paper will go to helping the people of Kingwood get back up on their feet. To purchase and support my community, click the link in my profile."