Recently, a trio of 7th grade girls out of Marin decided they were going to take an innovative approach to helping raise funds for their favorite nonprofit, the San Francisco-Marin Food Bank. They used their artistic talents and some help from their parents to create cartoon monster tote bags that they would then sell to help raise funds to help their neighbors in need. The effort captured the attention of Pamela Fox, who runs the Marin Mommies Blog.
We love it when our local youth do something inspiring and amazing, so we were thrilled to see the tote bag project from Marin’s Mazie Girls.
Mazie Girls is a group of three local middle school girls who are determined to help make a difference in our community by raising money for a worthy cause, in this case the SF-Marin Food Bank. They’re designing and printing limited-edition tote bags featuring their original artwork that they’ll sell at farmers markets throughout the San Francisco Bay Area for five weeks this August and September.
Read more about the Mazie girls’ story, published on the Marin Mommies Blog on July 5, 2018, here.