The #SaveTheOA movement has been behind many fan-funded projects aimed at reversing the untimely cancellation of The OA. Notable efforts include the billboards in Times Square and Los Angeles, as well as the purchasing of Old Kite, the movements travelling community kite.
2Where do the profits go?
Proceeds from sales of this merchandise will go back into movement events and select charities that are chosen by you. Every quarter, a minimum 10% of proceeds from overall sales go to nominated charities. We have individual contracts with every artist we work with, some have graciously provided their work free-of-charge, and others receive a commission. A report of donations will be available here as soon as possible.
3How does merchandise help Save The OA?
This latest campaign - fan-made merchandise FOR fans - is designed to put the word on the streets about the story we love. We become the billboard. Every day, across the world. The story lives on because of us, and if we keep that fire alive, it will return one day. Sales of our merchandise also raise funds that will continue the promotional and community activities for #SaveTheOA.
4Are you making money from this?
If you like what we're doing and want to support our work, you can buy us a coffee on Ko-Fi, but otherwise, nope, not a penny. We volunteer out of love for the story and each other.
5Can I suggest a charity?
Yes! We'd love to hear from you. You can reach us on any of our social media platforms or via firstname.lastname@example.org
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