Yellow Bird Project

May 13, 2009 at 12:22 pm Leave a comment

Who doesn’t like giving? Seriously. I love to give gifts. I’m a HUGE fan of seeing the look on people’s faces when I’ve given something that they want/need/didn’t know that they wanted/needed. What’s even better is giving to charity. In the past couple of months I’ve found myself donating to causes that I found needed my support locally. But what about on a broader scale? I have a really neat way for us all to look stylish and also feel good about what we’re spending our money on.

Yellow Bird Project – Here’s an excerpt from their website:

Yellow Bird Project is a Montreal-based, non-profit initiative. We collaborate with musicians in designing a T-shirt, we print and sell them on our website, and all of the money we make goes to charity. Which charity? Each of the artists gets to choose their own. We have three fundamental aims:

1) To make money for charities directly through T-shirt sales.

2) To raise awareness for charity organizations through artists’ endorsement.

3) To raise the profile of the artists we like.

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AND, it doesn’t help that they have some AWESOME teeshirt designs, some of them from my favourite musical artists. Here are some examples of the shirts they have available:
My Brightest Diamond – Road Recovery Charity


The Shins – Nature Conservancy


Clap Your Hands Say Yeah – Art for Change


Rilo Kiley – Free Arts for Abused Children


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