Thank you for wanting to support me!
You can make a contribution, however small, towards my time. It’s so very appreciated!
Money can be sent by Bank Transfer to:
Sarah K Reece
Acc: 24 376 1381
Paypal to firstname.lastname@example.org via Paypal. This button will set up payment via Paypal or credit card:
Or you can mail a cheque or money order (please, no cash) to me at:
Sarah K Reece
PO Box 165
Work with me
I am highly talented in many areas and run a multifaceted small business. Buy some art, contract me for training or a project.
I appreciate your input!
My business is currently the primary funding source for all my networks. That means I do a lot of face painting and mental health talks to be able to offer free welcome packs, online groups and so on. This Blog is also a massive project that I write as a free service to share information about mental health and present a more rounded, human perspective on living with multiplicity, disability, and as a queer person.
I do not allow any form of advertising on this site, so I make no money directly from you visiting or reading here. My primary source of income is actually Disability Support (welfare) and I live in public housing. It’s my goal to make my networks more self sufficient and grow my business to the point where I am financially independent and able to support my family!
But I don’t work alone. I have a vast Tribe of amazing people in my life – ranging from the dearest, closest of friends, to people I hardly know and have never met who access this blog or my other online resources. This Tribe is how I do everything I do. They support me with friendship, information, resources, connections, good advice (when asked for, ha ha), donations, proof reading, and so on. I have been able to create and maintain everything I do because of my tribe, because I care about and contribute to their lives, and because they care about me, believe in my projects, and trust me to be respectful, appreciative, and ethical with whatever they offer me. It’s a community.
You don’t have to be part of my community. You are very welcome to access any of the free resources, read the blog, and so on. But if you want to, you can link in.