supporting stability and safety

In July 2018, we joined forces with This is About Humanity, a community dedicated to raising awareness about separated and reunified families and children at the U.S.-Mexico border. The This is About Humanity Fund at the International Community Foundation helps support individuals on either side of the border with essentials for living, access to legal services, mental wellness checkups, construction projects at shelters, and critical needs for unaccompanied minors.

raise awareness and funds

supports on-the-ground efforts

advocates for rights and safety

a special collaboration

EMPOWER + UPLIFT UNDERSERVED COMMUNITIES

The Little Market and This is About Humanity have teamed up with Homeboy Industries on a special edition bundle of baked goods, featuring a This is About Humanity reusable tote bag and rainbow frosted cookies that are freshly baked for delivery in Los Angeles.

With every purchase of this bundle, we will donate $20 to This is About Humanity to support shelters that welcome the LGBTQ+ community and their families.

In honor of Pride Month, The Little Market and This is About Humanity have teamed up with Homeboy Industries on a special edition bundle of baked goods, featuring a This is About Humanity reusable tote bag and Pride treats that are freshly baked for delivery in Los Angeles.

With every purchase of this bundle, we will donate $20 to This is About Humanity to support shelters that welcome the LGBTQ+ community and their families.

Through our partnership with The Little Market, This is About Humanity, through our candles and totes, has been able to support families at the border for the last two years. The fact that women in Bangladesh who make the totes and refugee women originally from Burma and the Congo who pour the candles are in turn supporting women at the border is everything.

Elsa Collins

Co-founder of This is About Humanity

Through our partnership with The Little Market, This is About Humanity, through our candles and totes, has been able to support families at the border for the last two years. The fact that women in Bangladesh who make the totes and refugee women originally from Burma and the Congo who pour the candles are in turn supporting women at the border is everything.

Elsa Collins

Co-founder of This is About Humanity

A person who is in search of asylum leaves a home country as a political refugee and seeks sanctuary in another. Asylum seekers have been affected by years of unrest and instability at the U.S.-Mexico border, resulting in a humanitarian crisis that has threatened the safety of the most vulnerable populations. Families and children are increasingly impacted by separations and violence.