Earthquake and tsunami that hit Japan couple of days ago are one of the worst tragedies in the history of this country. Among many people that are helping victims through donations are many clothing labels and designers, which are donating part of their sales to help with the disaster relief efforts. These are just a few examples, and if you wish to participate in helping out make sure you visit their websites and purchase something.
Sistine is having a sale, so the prices for all the tees in their online shop is slashed to $30, down from $36. They will donate $10 out of every tee sold to the Red Cross for the disaster relief efforts in Japan. They also plan to continue to do this for as long as they can, making a donation at the end of every month and posting the receipt of the donation on their blog to ensure the good folks that have made their efforts to help they are committed to this cause.
Vicious History is also taking part in the relief efforts of those affected by the tsunami in Japan. From March 11-13, 50% of each Vicious History sale will be donated to the Red Cross Disaster fund. In case you don’t know – Vicious History specialize in contemporary apparel which incorporates a vast range of historical influences into it’s designs.
T-shirt and poster designer Rob Dobi at Full Bleed created a benefit poster for Japan. “I did what little I could and designed a print to benefit relief in Japan. All profits go straight to disaster recovery”, says he. You can purchase this awesome piece of art and do something noble at once.
These are just some of the examples. If your line is having a benefit sale – or if you know about one – please do let us know by leaving your comment below.