As you’re probably aware by now, Japan is still recovering from a massive earthquake-tsunami disaster that hit its northern shores on March 11, 2011. Thousands—possibly tens or hundreds of thousands—are dead, injured, missing, or left homeless. Furthermore, others are in need of emergency medical attention, food and water, and other life essentials. You might be asking how you can help, and Adapt Clothing has one very stylish way!
As part of their recently released Spring Collection, Adapt has introduced the Japan Earthquake Relief Tee. It sports a bold motif of Japan’s country code plus the international aid sign. When you purchase one or more, rest assured that all net proceeds go directly to the American Red Cross’s efforts in northern Japan.
Tees for this worthy cause are available in either white with red-and-black or black with white-and-red interlocking symbols. Tees ship the week following the purchase and may or may not arrive simultaneously with other merchandise purchased from Adapt Clothing.
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