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New Cystic Fibrosis Month Fundraiser Design

New Cystic Fibrosis Month Fundraiser Design

May is National Cystic Fibrosis Awareness Month in the United States. So the entire margin of sales for this design will go to the Cystic  Fibrosis Foundation. I donate 10% of my profits from OrionLodubyal artwork to every month*, but for this design, the entire margin will go the Foundation!
This design is on all of my platforms:
and on my Society6 sister site for non-fandom artwork, InfiniteTango, here: 

CFF has helped my family through the toughest  times, including now during this COVID-19 crisis. Please consider sharing this design with others and supporting CFF directly by donating  at  

At the end of May, and any month I sell any products with the design, I will post the donation I made to CFF.

*I donate 10% of artwork profits when I actually have a profit. It's been a very tough winter and spring for most artists, myself included, and I've lately been in the red with art software licensing fees and supplies eating more than my margin. That's why this design has its own fundraising criteria and 100% of the margin of each product it's printed on will go to


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