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How Many T-shirts In Your Closet Are Designed By African Orphans & Feed Malnourished Children?
CommonThreadz.org, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, has launched a new series of t-shirts designed by orphans in Africa. For each shirt sold, they are able to feed an orphan or vulnerable child for one month.
The fact that the orphans are participating in the process to help rebuild their lives and community is something that Zac Folk, founder of CommonThreadz, finds particularly inspiring, stating: “The Orphan Collection is a true win-win. The orphans have a great time with the art projects and receive the benefits from their creative work, while our supporters pick up a hip limited-edition t-shirt that feeds an orphan for a month.”
To thank their supporters, anyone who purchases a t-shirt gets their name placed on the CommonThreadz Honor Wall in Africa where they help to feed the orphans.
CommonThreadz (http://CommonThreadz.org) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit working to help orphans and vulnerable children in Africa and other developing nations. The charity also has a series of shirts with designs donated by talented artists from around the world that provide a school uniform to an orphan for each shirt sold. The organization also offers volunteer trips to Africa every quarter.
For more information, contact Zac Folk at firstname.lastname@example.org , 512-913-9369.
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