1 out of 5 kids in America struggle with hunger. Buy a t-shirt and help Orange Leaf reach their goal to provide one million meals to hungry kids. 100% of proceeds from these shirts will go directly toward Share Our Strength's No Kid Hungry campaign to help make no kid hungry a reality in America. As an added bonus for your support, you will receive a coupon for a FREE* cup of froyo (with a purchase of a cup that is of equal or greater value) when you purchase a t-shirt for $10.
WSJ.com: 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.
...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.
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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.
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.