I was recently asked to trace back the steps of how I began supporting a certain nonprofit organization. It was a really helpful endeavor to me personally. It took me all the way back to watching my parents serve in so many ways. Their Catholic Christian faith led them to serve God by serving people in need and their example has inspired my siblings and me to follow in their footsteps.

One of the things about my business that I'm most proud of is that each month, 10% of every sale goes to a different local nonprofit organization that is working hard to help people in need.

This past weekend, I participated in the Robson Ranch Women's Club Holiday Market. Through this market, a significant amount of money is donated to Our Daily Bread together with Monsignor King Outreach Center

Next month on Saturday, November 5th, I'll be participating in the Argyle Holiday Market. It's a fantastic event with lots of awesome vendors (seriously, you don't want to miss it!). The proceeds go towards Project Graduation, which creates a safe graduation night for Seniors.

This month, I had the honor of creating a special jewelry piece that was auctioned off at the Children's Advocacy Center for North Texas annual gala. 100% of the proceeds went to help this important organization that works to advocate for and heal children and their families who have been abused.

Giving back to this community that has supported me is so important (and uplifting!) to me and I know that it's important to you too. You can feel great about every LJ Artisan Designs purchase knowing that it is going directly to a nonprofit that is working hard to help people in need.

During the month of October, 10% of every purchase will go to the Children's Advocacy Center for North Texas. They truly bring hope and healing to children who have been victimized by child abuse. Show your support for them with your purchase this month!

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From the bottom of my heart, thank you for helping me serve these and so many other deserving nonprofits. Together, let's lift people up and show that we care!
All My Best,
October 11, 2022 — Leah Johnson