Giving Back

Atticus is proud to support many nonprofit organizations that are making a difference.  

UNICEF

Poems of Peace | World Poetry Day

UNICEF’s Poems for Peace provides a platform for children and young people affected by conflict to express themselves and have their voices heard, often for the first time. Atticus is committed to providing these young poets around the world a place to have their voices heard. See posts here & here

Love Is Louder

To celebrate the launch of The Truth About Magic – the third collection of works from Atticus – Pyrrha introduced a handcrafted talisman featuring notable prose from the book, "She Wore Her Scars Like Wings." Pyrrha donates $50 from the purchase of each talisman to support The Jed Foundation's Love is Louder program, a charity dedicated to creating more supportive communities and campuses for teenagers and young adults. Shop here.

DonatePPE.org

To help the combat the COVID-19 crisis, Atticus began selling cotton masks to help encourage others to wear them and reduce the stigma in order to reduce the spread of COVID. For every cotton mask ordered, funds are donated through DonatePPE.org, a doctor run 501(c)(3) who then purchases much-needed equipment to health care professionals helping fight COVID. We hold no inventory, and everything is on demand. To learn more about the masks and donation, read our blog post here. Shop masks & support DonatePPE.org here.

To Write Love On Her Arms

To Write Love on Her Arms is a non-profit movement dedicated to presenting hope and finding help for people struggling with depression, addiction, self-injury, and suicide. TWLOHA exists to encourage, inform, inspire, and also to invest directly into treatment and recovery.

Omaze

In March, Atticus donated 10% of sales from the Wild Hearts collection to support COVID-19 relief efforts. The donation was split evenly among the International Medical Corps, Direct Relief, Team Rubicon Disaster Response, No Kid Hungry & Feeding America.