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Tide selling vintage washed T-Shirts for charity

These Tide t-shirts are being sold by P&G to support both feeding the hungry in America (yes, hard to believe I know, the most powerful country in the world can’t manage that) and to fund a Loads of Hope trucks to support areas in the US affected by natural disasters. Please write about this if you have a blog and spread the word, they look like great t-shirts and are being produced by Junk Food Clothing, a t-shirt company specializing in soft vintage washed shirts.

This campaign was put together by an interactive agency called Critical Mass that my friend David Armano works as VP of Experience Design.

Q. Where does the money for the t-shirts go?
A. 100% of profits raised by Loads of Hope are spent in 2 ways 1) a donation to Feeding America (formerly known as America’s Second Harvest) to be spent on disaster relief and 2) to mobilize the Loads of Hope truck/ vans to send to communities affected by disaster.

Q. How much are the profits from the t-shirts?
A. A minimum of $4 from every t-shirt sale (on average, approximately $6 from every order) goes to support families affected by disaster. Profits increase as we sell more due to volume discounts and help in fixed costs. Tide passes all profits to the cause.

Q. How can I get the Loads of Hope truck to my community?
A. The number of natural disasters continues to rise, with 75 FEMA-declared disasters last year alone. While the Tide team unfortunately cannot respond to all of them, in the event of any natural disaster, Tide – in partnership with Feeding America (formerly America’s Second Harvest), FEMA, and other local and state agencies, officials, and relief organizations – assesses a series of criteria such as the number of people affected and the level of need for our services. Our goal is to mobilize our Loads of Hope program where we can be of the most help to others while ensuring the safety of our own staff and volunteers. Tide will also help bring hope throughout the year to many other natural disasters via its donations and support of Feeding America. You can help by going to www.TideLoadsofHope.com and purchasing a Tide Loads of Hope vintage t-shirt. All of the profits support families affected by disasters.

Q. Who is Junk Food?
A. Junk Food Clothing was founded in 1998 to create the perfect t-shirt: a vintage, soft-weathered tee that captures the essence of American pop-culture through licensed, retro-inspired graphics. Junk Food first partnered with Tide in 2007 to create the Loads of Hope vintage t-shirt. www.junkfoodclothing.com

Q. Where are the Tide Vintage T-shirts made?
A. All Tide Vintage T-shirts are made in the USA. Junk Food has 2 facilities in Los Angeles, CA that dye, sew and screen print the t-shirts.

Q. What is the fabric blend of the t-shirts?
A. All Tide Vintage t-shirts are 50% cotton/50% polyester blend.

Q. What is the sizing for the women’s t-shirts?
A. The women’s vintage t-shirts are created for a more fitted look. Please see the size chart in the previous slide for more information.

Q. How much is shipping?
A. With the purchase of one Tide Loads of Hope t-shirt, the standard shipping cost is $5.00. With the purchase of two or more t-shirts, the standard shipping costs are waived. Expedited shipping is $17.00 regardless of quantity purchased. Please see the above slide for additional shipping information.

Amazing Designer T-Shirts From DesignGive.com and They Do Good

Design Give is a collaboration of artists who produce wonderfully designed T-Shirts and give a portion of the proceeds to a charity of the buyers choice. The extraordinary thing about these designs that sets them apart from most cause based clothing is how f’ing good they are. At $13 they represent amazing value as well, check them out as they have redesigned their site and IMHO raised the bar for web design. Oh, and I just bought all three of these :-)


by Samuel Sinaga

“My style is about curves,minimalism and vibrant illustration. I love the idea of a simple illustration being made from a series of complex ideas.”


by Maciej Rakowski

“The design is connected with problems that can occur in the heart. People often forget how important it is in our lives.”


by Carlos Quiterio

“The world is a beautiful place, filled with people who have made beautiful music. This is my dedication to one of those great people.”

T-Shirt in support of Myanmar/Burma

Buy a Myanmar Cyclone Relief T-Shirt to help mend Myanmar. 100% of the proceeds go to IDE’s efforts aiding the cyclone victims of Myanmar. All shirts are $25 including shipping.

Thanks to Rumplo for the tip

Fifty Thousand T-shirts – Earthquake Relief

Fifty Thousand shirts aims to sell that many shirts and raise 1,000,000 to support the people effected by the earthquake in China. Estimates say that 50,000 could well me the number of dead from this tragedy. An additional shocking number is that potentially 5,000,000 people have been made homeless. The shirt will cost $25 and they aim to donate $20 per shirt. The design of the shirt contains 50,000 tally marks, and the design was done by hand. The names of all the people buying the shirt are listed on this page called the wall.

Original 1985 Live Aid T-Shirts On Auction To Benefit Aids Relief In Africa

Live aid

Wow, genuine Live Aid T-shirt from 1985 up for auction, and 75% of the sale price going to Africa Aid. Talk about a long tail of charitable works :-) There are about 20 shirts on offer being sold by Defunkd_vintage

Live aid Letter

You can of course go and buy a American Apparel T-shirt directly from Africa Aid for $20 and feed a refugee child for a year:
Box Tshirt