OK, so this isn’t typical WMAG blog fodder, but the charity is worthy, the shirts are cool, and I’m trying to help a friend.
Tide’s Loads of Hope program helps families of natural disasters in their time of need. They partner with Feeding America and provide free laundering services to neighborhoods affected by natural disasters. It started in 2005 with Hurricane Katrina, when the need for clean clothing became crucial, and since then they they have washed more than 35,000 loads of laundry for 20,000 families!
You can help support Loads of Hope by buying a cool vintage t-shirt (t-shirt season is just around the corner!). They cost $20, and all proceeds go to charity.
If you can’t buy one–just think about spreading the word. Thanks!