VOLUME THREE AVAILABLE NOW

LETTER FROM THE EDITORS: Become a Patron of Tigress Mag for Girls!

Dear Friends,

We’re incredibly excited to share that you can now be an official patron of Tigress! This means you can make one-off or monthly donations of a set amount, however large or small.

Your donations and subscriptions will help us monumentally to continue with our mission of inspiring and empowering teenage girls. It’s really important to us to feature as few ads as possible on our website and in our annual print volumes, and only those for companies and businesses that we really believe in. That’s why we rely on the generosity and support of individuals around the world who want to play their part in the work we do.

How much should you donate, and where does that money really go?

Here are just a few tangible figures to show the way each donation helps:

$60 ships 10 copies of Volume Two

$20/month keeps the website live for one year

$15/month prints 22 copies of Volume Two

$10/month keeps our newsletter live for one year

Most importantly, being a patron of Tigress means supporting so much awesomeness, like…

-Helping to combat the typical media messages girls are bombarded with that lead to an array of problems with sexual, mental, and physical health.

-Joining a community that spans over 40 countries and touches every continent (well, not Antarctica…yet!).

-Celebrating girlhood and all its ups and downs, while acknowledging the over-simplified conception of gender on a girl-versus-boy binary.

-Empowering and inspiring teenage girls and young adult women by allowing teens to share their creative work and thoughts with a dedicated audience.

If you’re interested in setting up a regular donation or just making a one-off donation, just follow this link. We truly appreciate your consideration in helping Tigress Magazine for Girls as we continue to grow!

With love and gratitude,

 

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Sophie Pellegrini

Sophie Pellegrini is the Co-Founder and Artistic & Creative Director of Ramona Magazine for Girls. She is a 24-year-old outdoor-enthusiast, photographer, and wilderness therapy field guide in Colorado. Sophie has a Master’s of Communication Design in Photography from the Glasgow School of Art in Scotland, and a BA in Psychology and Studio Art from Bates College in Maine, USA. She loves crafting, playing acoustic guitar, 90s music, the smell of summer, making lists, a good nap, cuddly animals, and the cold side of the pillow. Follow Sophie on her website and on Instagram.

Freya Bennett

Freya Bennett is the co-founder and director of Ramona Magazine for Girls. Freya is a musician, artist and writer from Melbourne, Australia. Peek into this green, caffeinated city and you will find her writing and playing music, making colourful art, and discussing the virtues of feminism. Freya has a passion for youth issues and has been studying Youth Work during 2017 with the hope to be a mentor and help youth (especially teen girls) to overcome any obstacles they are faced with. To combat her own obstacles of anxiety and hypochondria, you can find Freya boxing, practicing yoga and swimming in the ocean. She believes in opening up about mental health struggles and shining a light on what is not spoken about. Freya welcomed her first daughter, Aurora into the world on the 21st of November, 2017 and is smitten! She hopes the Ramona community will surround Rory and give her so much strength as she grows! With a passion for grassroots activism and creative community, Freya began Ramona Magazine as an alternative to boring, image-obsessed teen media. The magazine is founded upon Freya’s core values of creative expression, equality and kindness. Visit Freya’s Soundcloud and follow her on Instagram @freyasadventures.

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