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Fundraising t-shirt to benefit tornado survivors in Central US

Submitted by on May 24, 2011 – No Comment

Heartland Tornados Fundraising Shirt

WARDrobe Army Apparel just released a new t-shirt design to benefit the thousands of people in the central U.S. who suffered tornado damage and the loss of loved ones.

The Salvation Army is on the front lines of the affected areas offering food, clothing, shelter and other basic necessities.

The Salvation Army is committed to serving those in need, at the time of need, in the place of need without discrimination. All Salvation Army disaster services are free and funded entirely through the generosity of donors.

:: Click here to pre-order the shirt.

Artist Joey Ellis has designed a shirt to help raise funding and awareness for those affected by the disasters. If you’d like to know more about Joey and his creative process, click here for a link to the blog site where he talks about the evolution of his drawing of the “Major Joe” character featured on the t-shirt.

The “Major Joe” T-shirt is a reminder that even in these uncertain times, you can be sure that The Salvation Army will be there with its sleeves rolled up, ready to help where it’s needed most.

100% of the net proceeds from the sales of this shirt will go to The Salvation Army Emergency Disaster Services in the USACentral Territory.

:: Click here to pre-order the shirt.

You can also donate online at www.salvationarmyusa.org – by phone at 1-800-SAL-ARMY – or by texting ‘Joplin’ to 80888.

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