Julia Wolf Launches Fundraiser Campaign With Women’s Reproductive Rights Assistance Project (WRRAP)

The artist has launched a fan video for "Get Off My" where views will turn into the amount donated to WRRAP.

Julia Wolf collaborates with the national nonprofit Women’s Reproductive Rights Assistance Project (WRRAP) to launch a social media campaign for the organization and support the right of choice.

A fan video of Wolf’s self-assured track “Get Off My” is the leading anthem to spread the fundraising message and utilize social media in a way that will initiate change. Featuring Paxton Smith, Criminal Minds’ Kirsten Vangsness, and musician Evan Giia, the campaign vows for every view of the video, a donation will be made to WRRAP.

“It’s more important now than ever that we come together to fight for women’s rights,” shares the artist. “Freedom of choice is being, not so quietly, ripped away from each of us. If we’re no longer allowed to control our most private choices – we are creating a world filled with fear and anger. This is a testing ground to see what they can get away with – let’s not give them a reason to think they can move on other people’s rights as well.”

“WRRAP commends Julia and all fans and viewers for standing strong with us as we continue to fight to end stigma, resist oppression and use our collective power,” says Sylvia Ghazarian, Executive Director of WRRAP. “The money raised will not only impact lives but continue to save lives.”

Julia Wolf’s debut album, Good Thing We Stayed, will be released on January 13, 2023.  

To donate, you may also text GETOFFMY to 44321.

Photo: Shervin Lainez


WRRAP, the Women’s Reproductive Rights Assistance Project, established in 1991 and headquartered in Los Angeles, is the only independent 501 (c) 3 abortion fund that provides urgently needed financial assistance, on a national level, to those seeking abortion or emergency contraception. The surge of anti-abortion legislation has triggered more insurmountable financial barriers for thousands of individuals needing abortions.

WRAAP’s mission: To ensure that marginalized individuals of all ages, ethnicities, cultural backgrounds, gender identities, and sexual orientations can access abortion care and emergency contraception.   

WRAAP evaluates each patient solely on the basis of need. Once approved, WRRAP sends funds earmarked for the patient to the WRRAP-affiliate health clinic or doctor of the patient’s choice. And, we have over 700 clinics, doctors, and hospitals that we work with across the United States. Our website for further info is:   

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