Japan is still struggling every day to emerge from the recent devastation from the Earthquake and Tsunami. Stevyn Llewellyn, one of our contributors has entered the t-shirt design contest to benefit a charity of choice. Please take a moment To vote for his design, and help Japan. Show us some support and please vote for his design here. Vote now through May 20th.
Humanitarian apparel brand, Jedidiah Clothing, and innovation firm, Bulldog Drummond, announced a collaborative 8-piece T-shirt collection which will benefit World Vision’s efforts in Japan. Each of the 8 T-shirts in the “Help Heal Japan” collection are priced at $20 with $15 of each purchase going directly to World Vision’s Japan Disaster Relief Fund. You can view the collection for men and women here.
To see how World Vision is using the money to help Japan, see here.
Jedidiah clothing said they already raised $1500 through the sale of their t-shirts in 24 hours!—Shop and help Japan during this crisis.
Designer Anna Sui and artist Dean Landry have just made new shirts to benefit Japan. The black and lavender tops are available online and in her NY stores and 100% of the proceeds from the sales of the shirts—Black—$20 and the Lavender—$40 , $20 of which will go to benefit Japan’s disaster relief. Shirts will ship to buyers April 15th. Shop and help Japan Here.
Japanese Model Tao Okamoto reaches out with an appeal in regard to the recent Catastrophe that is still happening now.
“When the quake happened I was in Tokyo with my family. We are very used to having earthquakes but I never felt I could die from that.
…We turned on the TV and saw [a] much worse, horrible story. We couldn’t believe what was happening not so far from our city. 6900 people died and still missing [are] a million people. And then the nuclear power problem…we are still in fear…I want to tell Japan that a lot of people in the world are encouraging us and helping us. We are not alone. So I’d like to ask [for] your help to express the feeling & [so that] we can do something together…” Read the rest of the letter at Ford Models Blog here.
Visit Rebecca Minkoff, shop her Red Bag collection, and $100 for each sale will go towards the Red Cross for Japanese Relief.