Over the past few months, we shared our support in the areas of trans health advocacy, gun safety, reproductive rights, domestic partner violence prevention, mental health support, and the arts.


Every couple of months, we follow up with the organizations we’ve donated to in the past to see how they are getting along – how the funds are being used, what stories they’ve shared, and to see what we can learn from them. A couple highlights are below.

The Kentucky Health Justice Network’s Trans Health Bill Tracker provides text and updates about legislation we have identified as affecting the rights of trans Kentuckians. This breaks down the language of each proposed bill and offers guidance on supporting or opposing based on the KHJN’s values, as well as updates on the most recent actions of the bills.

In 2022, the Revive Life House addiction recovery center received 1,007 applications for their Men’s Recovery program. They launched evening hours for Outpatient Clients, renovated the work-out space at the Adam Lowe Center, and implemented Medication Assistance Treatment in their Residential Program.

In recent months, EveryTown Survivor Network has hosted a myriad of community conversations on topics including the Impact of Gun Violence on America’s Youth, Public Health Leaders, and more. They also lead bi-monthly informational sessions to help survivors learn about the resources, support and advocacy opportunities that are available through the Survivor Network, including connections and mentorship with other survivors, support groups, and advocacy opportunities. 

Indigenous Women Rising shared a podcast that highlights Evolving Choices for Native Family Planning, given recent changes in legislation.


Over the past few months, we shared our support in the areas of trans health advocacy, gun safety, reproductive rights, domestic partner violence prevention, mental health support, and the arts.

These organizations are suggested, researched, and vetted by our team to ensure that the recipients are legitimate and values-aligned.

Click on the links below to explore the important work these organizations are doing.

  • Kentucky Health Justice Network – A reproductive rights and trans health advocacy organization. KHJN shares information about available supportive services that will help all Kentuckians realize their right to health and self-determination.
  • The Trevor Project – A free, confidential counseling service for LGBTQ+ youth. The Trevor Project’s mission is to end suicide among LGBTQ+ young people.
  • EveryTown for Gun Safety – A gun violence prevention organization that focuses on pressuring lawmakers to improve gun laws, educating the public about common-sense gun laws and responsible gun ownership, mobilizing grassroots supporters, and amplifying the voices of survivors of gun violence.
  • Zebra Youth Coalition – A Florida organization that works with youth 13-24 (especially LGBTQ+ youth) who are facing issues like being unhoused, bullied, abused, etc., with the goal of creating stable living situations for them.
  • Appalachian Shakespeare – A locally-founded community theater company and multidisciplinary arts education initiative for students in the Appalachian region of Kentucky.
  • GreenHouse 17 – An advocacy agency committed to ending intimate partner abuse in families and the community. Services include a 24/7 hotline, emergency shelter, safety planning, legal advocacy, and more.
  • On the Move Art Studio – A nonprofit mobile art room created in a refurbished vintage trailer that travels to underserved neighborhoods to host free arts classes for kids in Central Kentucky.
  • PRISM – PRISM works to expand access to LGBT-inclusive education and sexual health resources for youth in South Florida. It’s their goal to make sure everyone feels included in their community, regardless of race, ethnicity, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, or gender expression.
  • Support for the Club Q Families and Survivors (GoFundMe) – A fund to assist with funeral expenses, medical expenses, or other expenses the families of those murdered or injured have to face.

See our full list of donations here. As always, if there’s a cause or organization that you’re passionate about, we’d love to hear about it!

Teagan Miller, illustration by Elizabeth Hall for Mediocre Creative

Teagan is the office manager and sustainability coordinator at Mediocre. She performs accounting tasks, coordinates project deliverables, provides admin support for operations, and directs our team’s sustainability efforts.


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