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Doing Good Merch Uses Tees to Aid Ukraine
Doing Good Merch, which partners with non-profits and organizations working for positive change, is printing and selling T-shirts in support of the citizens in Ukraine.
The $20 T-shirts, currently available with six designs, reflect messages of solidarity with the people of Ukraine. The company donates $15 from every purchase to Vostok-SOS, an organization providing humanitarian aid to Ukraine during the current war with Russia.
Shirt donations have been made by LAT Apparel and Allmade. Additionally, SPSI, Supacolor and Jakprints have joined the collaboration.
In the past, Doing Good Merch has worked with One Caucasus, an organization promoting the arts in the Caucasus region, which spans the region between the Black and Caspian seas, occupied by Russia, Georgia, Azerbaijan and Armenia. Doing Good Merch also hosts web stores for Abolition Wear, the Northeast Sustainable Energy Association (NESEA), the New Orleans Musicians Clinic and more.
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