Tote Bag ($25 each)
Use this handy black and cobalt blue tote to haul groceries, books and other necessities. By wearing it, you can inform others about our mission and help spread awareness for HNC.
“Art Works by Cookie Kerxton” Book ($50 each)
Did you know that our founder, Barbara (aka Cookie) Kerxton, also creates artwork of her own? Own the book today to get a glimpse of the awe-inspiring pieces she created through 2015 and support 911 4 HNC in the process.
Bonus Courage Unmasked Catalogue with Donation
As a complementary bonus, for a $50.00 donation you will receive the Courage Unmasked Catalogue which includes the history of 911 4 HNC and the work of all 59 artists.
Bonus Courage Unmasked 22 Book with Donation
As a complementary bonus for a $50.00 donation, you will receive the Courage Unmasked 22 Book which includes photos of the masks in the CU 22 exhibit held on June 11, 2022, at the Katzen Museum at American University, Washington, DC, along with short descriptions about the masks themselves and the name of the artists who created it.
Bonus Poster with Donation
As a complementary bonus, for a $40.00 donation you will receive an exclusive 18″ x 24″ poster celebrating the first two Courage Unmasked Gala events.
Michaela Tote ($25 each)
Michaela T-shirt ($30 each)
Toddler: 2 y.o
XS: 6-10 y.o.
SM: 12-14 y.o. - Petite/small woman
LG: Medium woman/small man
XLG: Large woman/man
Michaela’s T-shirt and Tote Story
Artist and 9114HNC founder Cookie Kerxton took a photo Michaela’s mother, Celia Battle, sent her of Michaela wearing an outfit Celia made her on the first day of school (seen below) and gave it an abstract interpretation. Everyone fell in love with the abstract interpretation so Cookie created Pulp Paper and collaged versions, and now this T-shirt and tote bag version! Michaela is the granddaughter of Phil and Kathy Stevens. Michaela is now 28, has a degree in Physical Therapy, and is a beautiful young woman.
All proceeds from the sale of the t-shirts and totes go to 9114HNC (Help for Head and Neck Cancer) a 501(c)3 granting money to patients with HNC needing financial help.