FAQ

Here is where you may find answers to commonly asked questions. This is not an exhaustive list of questions, so if there is a question you have, you may contact our Acting Creative Director, Bailey, at: bailey@lmleahmonet.com. You may also ask any questions via the form on the "Contact Us" page. We will get back to you as soon as we can.

If you think there is a question we have not yet included on this page, please let us know so we can include it among the other frequently asked questions.

What is the purpose of the notebooks?


The Futures line of customized planning notebooks helps students suffering conditions such as attention deficit hyperactivity disorder and obsessive-compulsive disorder organize and track educational material more effectively for their unique needs. The planners include phrases and quotes meant to enlighten and inspire students as they face their challenges proactively using the tools they need to succeed.




What foundation is being supported through leahmonet?


Ellis envisions using her company as a caused-based, resource-generating platform for the leahmonet Philanthropist FoundationTM — a charitable body created and funded through a portion of sales from the collections in her brand. The leahmonet Foundation’s goal is to provide financial assistance for programs and services that aid people in their daily struggles with everything from mental health and domestic violence to the juvenile justice system and homelessness. Each product line contributes to the leahmonet Philanthropic FoundationTM. This means that in addition to a beautiful, unique and useful product, consumers are also supporting the foundation’s mission to drive the important dialogue around mental illness and the importance of restorative justice.




Why is the name "leahmonet" in lowercase?


leahmonet features lowercase letters to exhibit humbleness.




Why was this company started?


Leah Ellis dreamed of transforming the pain from her personal trials and traumas into triumphs for those walking similar paths of challenge and, at times, isolation and desperation. Leah began going by leahmonet a few years ago, and from her name, including its humble lower case first letter, leahmonet llcTM was born in 2016. Ellis envisions using her company as a caused-based, resource-generating platform for the leahmonet Philanthropist FoundationTM — a charitable body created and funded through a portion of sales from the collections in her brand. The leahmonet Foundation’s goal is to provide financial assistance for programs and services that aid people in their daily struggles with everything from mental health and domestic violence to the juvenile justice system and homelessness.