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#FWB40 - Halopreneurs

This is the companion board to Chapter 32 of "Fundraising with Businesses: 40 New (and Improved!) Strategies for Nonprofits." This board is sponsored by OBS is leveraging the billion dollar custom tee shirt industry to create a brand new fundraising stream for charity and nonprofit organizations. Read the compelling story behind OBS here:

Blog Post: "Halopreneurs Do Good with Business Resources" (Razoo Foundation) Ms. Grassell, now 18, is not merely interested in joining the ranks of teenage entrepreneurs. She is bent on changing the bra industry and starting a social movement among her customer base. “There shouldn’t be so much of a hurry to grow up so fast,” she said.

Boston Strong creators talk about Ink to the People - YouTube

...It was in that lobby that I came up with the idea to photograph these memorial tattoos and the people they were attached to. Too often we see a persons tattoo, but don’t have the time or courage to learn the story behind it. This idea, and these stories, became Bled for Boston.

Boston Strong - 2013 World Champions

Each bracelet is handcrafted by a woman of the Sioux tribe in South Dakota. The final product is a creation of talented and beautiful artisans. Join their Kickstarter campaign!

Read the story behind! "From Kosovo to America, This Causepreneur Wears His Heart on His Tee"

Because October is National Domestic Violence Awareness Month, these shirts are on sale to benefit the Live For Liv Foundation, a local oranization raising awareness of domestic violence. Olivia Marchand was only 17 when she was taken from us from a domestic violence dispute. Help to remember what a beautiful young girl she was and raise money for her organization. Original design by Shannon Ouellette.

Gives individuals the ability to match one for one. Give $1 to 'Give Medicine to a Sick Child' and I will match your donation.

True Halopreneurs! Not really, but it's a fun idea. :) So it was only natural that when the monks realized the early 19th-century Abbey walls and foundation were crumbling beyond repair, they turned to beer for help. Specifically, they ramped up production and made 163,000 six-packs of their rare brew available to exporters and local sales agents in Belgium, as a way to raise funds to build a new Abbey.

This could have had a great cause component and participation from Halopreneurs! MediaPost Publications Dunkin' Launches T-Shirt Design Contest 09/27/2013

Tri Delta Alpha Chapter is selling these beautiful "Hope" shirts to benefit St. Jude Children's Research Hospital. Free shipping on orders o...

Heroes Remembered, Please Share, – White T-Shirt

Support Kamden's wish by purchasing a t-shirt from her campaign. $10 of each shirt sold will be donated to Make-A-Wish Wisconsin. Her goal is to sell 100 shirts.