Mount Zion Baptist Church Preservation Society is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization dedicated to restoring the Mount Zion Baptist Church into a vibrant community center. The center will offer educational, cultural and creative programming to support the Black community and other marginalized peoples of Southeast Ohio.
20% of the sale from Black Lives Matter and Good Trouble yard signs will be donated to the Mt. Zion Baptist Church Preservation Society of Athens, Ohio.
The Mount Zion Baptist Church is a registered National Historical Landmark located at 32 W. Carpenter St., Athens, Ohio.
The church was partially funded by a famous Black couple, Edward and Mattie Berry, who were owners of the famed Berry Hotel. Their hotel was a major landmark of downtown Athens and hosted many famous guests of the time, including presidents. The Berry's were actively involved in the community and wanted to provide an elegant place of worship for the thriving black community that had outgrown its wood frame structure.
20% of the sale from Turn it Gold Yarn Signs will go to support Turn it Gold, a national 501c3 organization dedicated to childhood cancer research. Turn It Gold fights for the voiceless youth in the pursuit of elevating childhood cancer awareness and generating bold action through online story sharing, events and media with hopes to change the percentage of dollars invested in childhood cancer research and make a real difference for a cure. www.turnitgold.org
20% of the sale from Please Pick Up After Your Pet Yard Signs will go to support Athens County Friends of Shelter Dogs. Friends of the Shelter Dogs is a 501c3 organization comprised of a group of Athens County, OH citizens dedicated to the welfare and rescue of dogs from the Athens County Dog Shelter.