Toddler t-shirt: SAAM Teal
Toddler t-shirt features
Each shirt design is hand-made by Human Up
100% of the profits from your order will be donated to Resilience
- If a member of the Resilience Associate Board shared this campaign with you, please email me their name at email@example.com so that they receive fundraising credit for your order.
Color: SAAM teal (also available in black, magenta, and purple)
Made from 100% cotton jersey
CPSIA compliant- tracking label in sideseam
**Due to the custom nature of the shirts, orders will be made in batches and shipped as soon as they are ready. We'll do our best to get your items sent within 1-2 weeks of your order date.**
The word “empowered” across our kids-sized shirts celebrates the strength and resilience of children, and is a reminder to parents, caregivers, and loved ones of our responsibility to support and empower our kids—to arm them with knowledge of what’s safe and unsafe and what to do if they or another child is in danger, and to build their confidence to not be afraid to tell someone, and keep telling until they are heard and helped.
It’s never too early or too late to start a family culture of trust and safety.
Visit The Mama Bear Effect for more safety information and age-appropriate conversations for Infants and toddlers
About the fundraiser
April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM) and Child Abuse Prevention Month. Designed Out Of Love partnered with two small businesses, Human Up and The Colour Polka Dot for this year's aWEARness fundraiser. Each are makers of beautiful and unique hand-made items with a backdrop of social justice and community support.
This year's profits will be donated to Resilience, an independent, not-for-profit organization dedicated to the healing and empowerment of sexual assault survivors through non-judgmental crisis intervention counseling, individual and group trauma therapy, and medical and legal advocacy in the greater Chicago metropolitan area. Resilience provides public education and institutional advocacy in order to improve the treatment of sexual assault survivors and to effect positive change in policies and public attitudes toward sexual assault.