Your contributions enable us to grow our services, pay for trainings and create workshops and events around community-based deathcare and grief support.
Emily Dickinson was a prolific writer who eschewed convention in order to pursue her truths, buck sexism, and live as she wanted to—and her sentiment, the YOLO of the 1800s. She was a woman who meditated on the thread of mortality woven throughout nature's tapestry. Emily's words are paired with original artwork designed to represent the balance of a full, good life: the enjoyment of the animated body and the days inhabiting it, completed with a good and peaceful death, in a space we love, celebrated by our folk.
On the back of the shirt is our logo, and each purchase kicks back some cash to Columbus Community Deathcare. Funds like this help us cover supplies to grow our services, pay for trainings and create events and services around community-based deathcare and grief support that are accessible beyond fee-structures.