With thousands of pins, a couple from Michigan are hoping to bring a little love, compassion and support to America in time for the Women's March in Washington, D.C.
Kate Lind, 32, and Nate Stevens, 30, are behind Pincause — a $5 pin they designed with artist Penelope Dullaghan that features the American Sign Language (ASL) sign for "I love you." Their goal is to raise $200,000 by giving $2 of each sale to the ACLU and Planned Parenthood ($1 to each organization).
Since launching after Christmas, they've sold more than 7,500 pins and raised more than $15,000 for the causes. With only a week and a half until Inauguration Day and the march, the pair is pushing for a last-minute rush of orders to get to rally-goers in time. Read more...More about Planned Parenthood, Aclu, Donald Trump, Women S Rights, and Donations