Witty Tees that Save Lives
Imagine wearing a T-Shirt knowing that it’s cost went, not to some clever entrepreneur, but to those in need. It wouldn’t be too bad a feeling would it? Well now this is possible. See below!
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Let’s face it: we all strive to be the Good Guy in life (most of the time, anyway!) But sometimes, good deeds or random acts of kindness are overlooked with little to no appreciation or thanks in return.
Now, with the launch of innovative clothing line Good Shirts, you’ll now be able to do good and show for it.
The U.S. fund for The United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) has partnered with t-shirt company Threadless, BBH New York, and crafty artists Christine and Justin Gignac to create Good Shirts. This one-of-a-kind clothing line is all about doing good and saving lives, with 100% donations going to support the humanitarian crisis in the Horn of Africa.
That’s right—the Good Shirts Collection features a variety of tees designed to signify your personal contribution. Donate $24.30 (the cost of vaccinating 81 children against measles) and get a shirt with a specially crafted cartoon syringe. $49.96 gets you a t-shirt showcasing a half-eaten biscuit—but even more significantly, provides 1,200 high-energy biscuits to feed children during an emergency.
Good Shirts’ witty tees come in both men and women styles, in various sizes. Bonus: if you donate more than $75, you’ll get free shipping. So, go ahead, make a donation, wear something good, and save a few lives while you’re at it!
(in case you missed it, you can see the shirts at the Good Shirts Collection