Are they made ethically?

Yes they are! We use Bella + Canvas shirts. This company utilizes extremely eco-conscious manufacturing (they recycle almost everything), uses zero sweatshops, and is WRAP certified. They manufacture 40% of their shirts in the US and 60% internationally, actively monitoring that 60% to make sure they meet WRAP certification standards when it comes to fair wages, working hours and conditions, discrimination, child labor, forced labor, etc. Did we mention that their facilities are solar powered? You can read more about Bella + Canvas and WRAP certification by clicking on this link:


Are they good quality/semi-stylish?

Oh yeah. These stylin’ things are 100% ringspun cotton so they’ve got a soft feel and clean, cool look. We only use shirts we’re gonna wear, so we did it right. We’re really proud of these things. 🙂

What do I say when people ask about my shirt?

Just say that (1) $7.50 is donated to feed kids for every shirt sold, (2) you refer people who ask about your shirt with a referral code through the app, and (3) you use the app to track legacy donations and increase your impact. You can always show them this site if that helps. 🙂

Friends, family, and even random people WILL ask you about it. It’s a killer conversation starter and a great way to meet other like minded people who want to make a difference in the world.

How often do I need to wear it?

Everyday! Just kidding. But seriously, the more you wear it, the more people will ask and get involved, and the more your total impact will increase. There is no requirement on how much you wear the shirt, but we did make it nice, comfy, and stylish hoping you’ll wear it all the time 😉 ).

I don’t want random people asking me about my shirt, is this still for me?

It is! You don’t have to wear your shirt in public if you don’t want to, and we’ve made it easy to share on social media. You just take a picture wearing your t-shirt and share it to Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, etc. You can still make a difference while introverting. 🙂



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