We’re 19 days away from the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup and I’m thrilled to announce that I’ve teamed up with @commongoalorg to release a very special limited edition @jasitup_official collection. 10% of profits will go towards @footballfuturesfoundation to enable Indigenous youth to attend a World Cup match this summer in New Zealand and Australia.
In addition to this collection I am officially joining the Common Goal team to donate 1% of my salary to Football Futures to continue to make this sport more accessible for marginalized communities.
Indigenous communities lie at the heart of the intersection of environment justice and social equity. Their stories and histories should be at the center of this fight for the next seven generations. Ahead of the 2023 FIFA Women's World Cup, millions of people will be visiting and introduced to the beautiful host countries of Australia and New Zealand. We acknowledge that the Aboriginal and Māori people are the true custodians of the land at which the beautiful game will played upon this summer. This limited edition collection was designed in true collaboration by Aboriginal artist @mulganai and Māori artist @riverjaydenart to celebrate the cultural influence Indigenous people have across the globe and honor the true hosts of the Women's World Cup.
As the Official Women’s Business Champion of ACFC, @pncbank provides resources, education, and funding supporting player-owned businesses. In episode two of Behind the Business, Founder and CEO of @jasitup_official , @jayspence3 takes us on a candid journey as she delves into the nuances of entrepreneurship.
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To me, conservation means protecting things that are vulnerable. I have a deep love for our oceans and bodies of water, and one way we can protect our natural resource is by saving water. Renters, like me, have many ways to save. Let’s #bewaterwise, SoCal. For water-saving tips and rebates, visit bewaterwise.com. @mwdh2o
Weekend Recap: I woke up Saturday morning to a message full of these photos and immediately felt immense gratitude and if I’m being honest a little shock and disbelief at what we (with the incredible help of @commongoalorg ) were able to accomplish. A group of young Indigenous future leaders were able attend a quarterfinal match of the FIFA WWC this past Saturday because of everyone’s love and support of the latest @jasitup_official collection. Thank you so much to every single one of you who purchased a shirt to help make this vision a reality! Your love and support has helped impact the lives of young people in the greatest way possible and that is the type of community I always dreamed of creating through Jas It Up. I love each and every one of you deeply, my heart is so extremely full and I’m so excited to continue to grow alongside of you!