When was the last time you could do good by dressing well? These T-shirts by Project 615 in Nashville are handmade locally by men who are overcoming homelessness. It's a gift that gives back, a homage to the Man In Black. Shop from Local Universe and we'll share the story with you!
Sending out this amazingness today! A hand-crocheted children's cap made with sustainable kettle-dyed Merino wool that Local Universe donated for the SCAN Inc.(Stop Child Abuse and Neglect) fundraiser in Downtown Fort Wayne. And a Project 615 Cash Is King T-shirt order! See www.explorelocaluniverse.com for both products!
We paid a visit to Food Bank of the Rockies this morning to learn more about what they do, as we're donating a Canned Goods money clip for their auction and contributing a portion of our sales of Canned Goods jewelry. A-mazing operation! Watch for a blog detailing the hope and help they offer for our community--especially kids. 💜 Thanks, Phoebe, for the tour! #localuniverse #explorelocaluniverse #giftsthatgiveback #locallymade #denver
All the smart and social-justice-minded guys have them. The CUBE Money Clip definitely demands attention, with strong style and color...plus a flash of opposite color on the inside. But equally as attractive is the story: Money clips by Canned Goods are handcrafted in Denver by artisan Thomas Paul Althaus from upcycled tin cans. Thomas's hip creations are benefitting the environment and the hungry--for every piece sold, Canned Goods donates a can of food. www.explorelocaluniverse.com