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Raising Money for Lucy

Our five-year-old daughter, Lucy, was born with a brain injury, Hypoxic Ischemic Encephalopathy (HIE). A common secondary diagnosis for kids with HIE is epilepsy, and Lucy was recently diagnosed with a rare form known as Electrical Status Epilepticus in Sleep, or ESES for short. Due to its rare nature, we sought treatment for Lucy from…

High School Club Raises Money to Send Students to National Conference

Our fundraiser campaign was set up to raise funds for a chapter of Educators Rising. Our club is for high school students who aspire to become teachers. These students volunteer at community events, provide free babysitting services, and attend State and National Conferences and Competitions. The sales have far exceeded our expectations, the ease of…

How this 6 Year Old is Addressing Homelessness

These shirts were designed by Porter Haupt, a 6-year-old who is passionate about addressing homelessness in her hometown of Saratoga Springs, NY. She has raised more than $2000 in the past year toward homeless services. With the help of her parents, Porter launched a t-shirt fundraiser and raised $356 to help her spread her message….

Using Shirts to Spread Love to Those Who Need it the Most

These shirts were designed (and hand-drawn) by rural artist, Melinda Ewbank, for the Discovering Gender Project. Discovering Gender is a non-profit photojournalism venture with an altruistic heart. We use photography and storytelling to promote love, acceptance, and inclusion for everyone. Toward that end, we located three homeless shelters that provide services for LGBTQIA+ people and…

Cheyenne’s Journey to Help Expecting Parents Access Birth Support

I’m Cheyenne and I’m a birth and postpartum doula in Richmond, VA. The vast majority of my doula clients desire access to support before, during, and after childbirth, but can’t afford to pay $800+ at this time in their lives, so I’m always looking for creative and effective ways to provide families support and still…

Turning an Old Church into a Community Center

My neighborhood was a booming mill village during the Industrial Revolution, but has since become a very small, rural community. The mills closed in the mid-1900s, and membership dwindled in the 175 year old church until the doors closed for good in 2008. In 2012, several affordable housing units were built in the old mill…

Nolans Journey to Spread Awareness for Down Syndrome

I created my shirts for my son, Nolan. He was born with Down Syndrome and I am trying to do everything I can support him in his journey and spread awareness for Down Syndrome. Important work waits to be done to enhance research, education and advocacy programs.

How Coffee & Hiking Inspired This Couple’s Adoption Shirt

Since we started dating, we have wanted to adopt. In fact, we decided that adoption was our preferred way of starting a family, rather than the traditional biological route. There are already a lot of kids out there. The world doesn’t need more tiny James and Haleys running around: it needs more people to step…

Sonny’s Cranio Warrior T-Shirt

Sonny Mead was born with a condition called craniosynostosis. When he was less than 6 months old he had a surgery to hopefully correct this condition. This little guy is full of so much life and wins the hearts of everyone he interacts with.

Arthur’s Acres Animal Sanctuary

I am starting a small pig sanctuary. Wow, there it is…a dream come true. I have been a volunteer, then a full-time caregiver and volunteer coordinator at a farm sanctuary since 2014.

Blakes Super Hero Shirts

Blake is a 7 year old boy who was born with a rare genetic disease called Fanconi anemia. He was recently in severe bone marrow failure and required a bone marrow transplant. A transplant meant spending 40+ days at Seattle Children’s Hospital.