Featuring artwork by Joshua M. Smith, Hydro74
Over 10,000 people are presumed lost dead from the massive 9.1 earthquake that hit Japan on March 11th 2011, most drowned by the wall of water that swept across the northeast coast of the island nation. The Salvation Army in Japan is responding to the earthquake and tsunami that brought devastation to the north of the country. Joshua Smith from Hydro74 has designed a shirt to help raise funding and awareness for those affected by the disaster. The Japanese Kanji on the shirt translates to “Save World Army”
100% of the net proceeds of the sales of this shirt will go toward The Salvation Army’s relief efforts in Japan.
Using clothing as a canvas to impact the world, WARdrobe supports The Salvation Army’s global fight for social justice through art and apparel.
WARdrobe has enlisted some of the hottest graphic artists from around the world and the roster continues to grow. These artists donate their time and talents to art projects that raise funds and awareness for different Salvation Army supported causes.
The cotton for our WARdrobe t-shirts is made with Fairtrade certified cotton. It is grown by villagers in Pratima Grower Group, Titlegarth, Odisha, India.
Using Fairtrade certified cotton means that health of the farmers is improved, a fair price is guaranteed for the cotton and a small premium is paid which is invested back into the community. The use of the premium is decided upon democratically by all members of the community and typically water supplies are improved or training is given to help the community develop.
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