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£10 from the sale of every I Stand With Ukraine pin now goes to Razom, a charity based in Ukraine.

The pin is made from two layers of 3mm acrylic and fastened with a metal brooch fastener. It measures 3.5 by 2.5 cm. (approx. 11/2 by 1 in.)

Razom logo

Razom means “together” in Ukrainian. This charity believes in the enormous potential of volunteers around the world united by a single goal: to unlock the potential of Ukraine.   Razom initiates short and long-term projects, or collaborates on existing projects with partner organizations, which help Ukraine stay on the path of fostering democracy and prosperity. 

I am donating ALL profits from these pins. The full price if ordered alone only just covers the cost of making and sending. 

The other charities Wear and Resist already supports are also working to help with the crisis in Ukraine:

Bloody Good Period works with refugee and asylum seeker organisations  offering additional support to get emergency supplies to where they’re needed – as periods don't stop in a war.

Women for Refugee Women continue to pressure the government to abandon The Nationality and Borders Bill and uphold the right to asylum for all of those under threat including those fleeing the crisis in Ukraine. 

Abortion Support Network  are currently helping people impacted by the war in Ukraine.

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How it all started

About Wear and Resist

Wear and Resist was launched by me, Sarah Day, in early 2017 as a way to channel my frustration at the political climate into a creative pursuit that would raise money for women's charities.

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