Our Mission: Shine Your Bright Wellspring Living CROSBY by Mollie Burch has been dedicated to the fight against human trafficking since our founding. We believe every woman has a story, and our goal is for every woman’s voice to be heard through our designs. We’ve done this by partnering with Atlanta-based non profit, Wellspring Living. Wellspring has been serving survivors of sexual exploitation and those at risk for the 19+ years with the simple mission to help survivors gain the courage to move forward and the confidence to succeed. The CROSBY slogan, Shine Your Bright, is a call to action inspired by the impact one person can have on the world. #ShineYourBright aims to empower women to be their boldest, brightest, most confident selves—in hopes our designs give them this daring spirit in every aspect of life.  Since 2015, CROSBY has raised over $35,000 for Wellspring Living through different campaigns and giving opportunities. In partnership with Wellspring, a print is designed by Mollie each Spring and Fall season that is inspired by a survivor’s story and dedicated to their journey + recovery. A total of eight prints have been designed for Wellspring and proceeds from these collections are given directly back to the organization. In addition, 1k+ pieces of clothing have been donated to the girls and women in Wellspring programs.  Community Efforts  In support of our Georgia home base during COVID-19, the CROSBY team partnered with the community in various ways to support local hospitals, nonprofits and small businesses. To date, we've donated 500 K95 masks to local hospitals, and 600+ packs have been donated to Wellspring Living through our ‘buy one, give one’ model—for each CROSBY created mask pack purchased, one was donated to the workers and participants of Wellspring Living programs. Additionally, $2k+ has been given to organizations like Atlanta's 'Giving Kitchen' and national organization 'No Kid Hungry' to help fight food insecurity during this time.Photos of women wearing the Woodlands print.The story behind the “Woodlands” print. Emma, 15, spent her childhood feeling angry and neglected. She wasoverwhelmed by darkness and unsure where to turn... much like being lostdeep in the woods. While her mother was incarcerated and her father was addicted to drugs, Emma spent her early teen years running away from foster homes and ultimately found herself at the mercy of a sex trafficker who claimed he wouldhelp her. She remembers “hating [herself], hating people, and hating life,” but fighting every day to follow her grandmother’s advice: “Just put onefoot in front of the other.” This simple phrase gave Emma the courage she needed to keepmoving forward, no matter how dark the woods or how deep her wounds. Her grandmother’s advice became her compass, eventually guiding her to Wellspring Living where she met other survivors who were happy and free — they were outof the woods. At Wellspring, their pain was being transformed: their stories ofdark, depressing woods were becoming stories of beautiful, inspiring woodlands. Because she so desperately wanted to experience the same hope and happiness, Emma decided to stop running and commit to Wellspring Living. One dayat a time. One step at a time. During her time at the Receiving Hope Center (RHC), Emma continued to putone foot in front of the other to learn healthy coping skills, understand her value and worth, and find freedom from past traumas. She has found that there ishope, there is healing, and there is freedom — step by step. Emma, thank you for inspiring us to keep moving forward! We are so proudof you and your journey at Wellspring Living.Click here to learn moreabout Wellspring Living!