• DECEMBER 2020
At Fanm Djanm we are passionate about imagining new worlds and doing the work to bring them into fruition. We’re excited to have you play an active role in our partnership with two organizations committed to showing up and bettering outcomes for their communities, across the Black Diaspora.
100% of the net proceeds from your purchase of either the Protect Black Joy or Protect Black Peace shirts will be donated, and best of all you get to direct what organization your purchase benefits!
The Marsha P. Johnson Institute protects and defends the human rights of Black transgender people.  Named after the prominent figure in the Stonewall uprising of 1969, Marsha P. Johnson was an activist, self-identified drag queen, performer and survivor.  The organization nourishes the voices and existence of transgender people by organizing, advocating, creating an intentional community to heal, developing transformative leadership and promoting their collective power.
Papa Rozier Farms sits at the intersection of sustainable, high quality products, and an investment in education, culture and the people of Haiti.  Through its connection with the BATI School, Papa Rozier Farms is able to provide meals to scholars aged 3-10, 5 days a week. Collectively, the farm and school employ 24 people within the community and look forward to one day enrolling hundreds of more students while creating jobs to employ their parents and adults within their community.   



  • APRIL 2020 
Now more than ever we would like to extend a heartfelt thank you for your continued support to Fanm Djanm.  Community has been a cornerstone for us from the beginning, and as a small business, we’ve witnessed how showing up courageously can inspire others to do the same.
Since the onset of this crisis, we’ve donated 100 hot meals via FieldtripNYC to youths experiencing food insecurity in Harlem and sought ways to continue doing more.  
We are excited for you to join us in being an active part of our new initiative to support the most vulnerable during this time.  For the next week (4/15 - 4/22), 20% of all purchases site wide, gift cards included, will be donated to Lakou Cafe to provide meals for the Brownsville Women's Shelter and  Recreational Sites for Children of First Responders, both located in Brooklyn, New York. 
Best of all Paola will be matching donations for the first 100 meals. Learn more about the restaurant or give directly here.
While we are separated we are not helpless. What we know is we will get through this together and we feel grateful to count you as part of our village. We look forward to keeping you updated as this initiative continues to grow.