Art for charity

Since March 27, 2020, 100% of profits from my INPRNT print shop have gone to charity.

Currently my focus is on highlighting organizations tackling the climate crisis and supporting the environment. From now till the end of 2022, I will add all profits from INPRNT sales to donations I am making to the three organizations listed below. They’re all five-star charities ranked by Charity Intelligence Canada, with scores of A in results reporting.

  • Nature Conservancy of Canada: They’ve been safeguarding Canada’s natural environment since 1967, protecting 15 million hectares across the country since founding including forests, grasslands and marine areas. They secure properties (essentially acquiring them via donations, purchasing, conservation agreements etc.) and manage these habitats long-term for many at-risk species.
  • David Suzuki Foundation: A long-trusted Canadian charity focused on climate solutions, thriving nature, and sustainable communities through evidence-based research, policy analysis, education and citizen empowerment.
  • International Conservation Fund of Canada: ICFC is dedicated to long-term preservation of nature and biodiversity across the world, working with local partners and Indigenous groups. Its four main program areas are Land Conservation, Threatened Species, Shorebird Initiative, and Marine and Freshwater Conservation.

You can also donate directly to the organizations through their websites.

It’s not much, but every bit counts, and if I can increase that amount through anything that is made through my INPRNT shop, that would be amazing!

If you enjoy my artwork, and are looking to own a high quality reproduction of one of my illustrations, please consider checking it out!

♥ My INPRNT shop ♥

If you are able to help signal boost this, that would be greatly appreciated. Thank you so much!

– Maiji/Mary Huang
last updated: May 21, 2022

Other charities supported

March 27, 2020 to May 21, 2022: The beginning of this initiative. I featured the Philip Aziz Centre and Emily’s House. They are a community-based hospice and Toronto’s only children’s hospice, endorsed and supported by Sick Kids Hospital. A wonderful organization full of amazing and caring staff.

Canada Day 2021: for July 1-4, 2021 sales, profits were added to donations I made to support Indigenous charities and communities, specifically: Indigenous Residential School Survivors Society, Indigenous Peoples Solidarity Fund, and Indspire.

In memory of Thay: from January 29-February 28, 2022 sales, profits were added to donations I made to Plum Village via the Thich Nhat Hanh Foundation. I will continue donating profits from sales of my lanhua illustration to this charity.