|The "Wage Love" shirt supporting The Salvation Army.|
Ever feel misled by clothing manufacturers who tell you a "portion" of their proceeds goes to charity? What is the portion? Often times its just 1%. But at the social enterprise, CharityHawk, a website that designs and sells clothing and then donates back to a participating cause, 1% wasn't enough.
I love this company because they have gone above and beyond. CharityHawk donates a minimum of $6 from every purchase back to a participating cause. Because most people like to support a good cause and EVERYONE likes to look good, ChaityHawk's concept is catching on; they've been getting positive feedback on Facebook and Twitter.
One of the organizations they support is Camp Dream Street in Mississippi.
Aside from their support for DreamStreet, their latest partnership is with the Salvation Army. Check out the colorful newly designed tees below:
As you can see, their designs are definitely not just a logo on a shirt, They have an arsenal of designers creating retail images with symbolic themes.
To learn more or to get your fashion forward tees, visit www.charityhawk.com.