We recently obtained thousands of shirts from Altagracia Apparel, a living wage t-shirt company in the Dominican Republic that is closing its doors. These t-shirts have small imperfections: a tiny hole or two in the seams or a stray mark. We doctor these shirts up, making each one perfectly imperfect and unique, and embroider the word stitched at the bottom. We then resell them to support our schools. We sell them in Puerto Plata, Dominican Republic through volunteers in the U.S., and online here: https://www.goodfruitdesigns.com/product-page/stitched-t-shirt

We normally embroider these shirts in Puerto Plata, Dominican Republic, but the recent supply was already in the U.S. Therefore, we have volunteer embroiderers around the country on the task! Morehouse College Bonner students are the only group so far that has agreed to sell on their campus.

If you would like to embroider or sell, please contact GoodFruitDesigns@gmail.com. We hope to start a bit of a trend for a great cause! Funds earned go directly into the hands of educators with a proven track record of dedication to their schools. The first recipient is Maroquee Community School in Maroquee, Haiti. The goal is to be able to send $1,000 US per month to this highly deserving school.

Thanks for caring! And thank you to the Carpenter family in North Carolina whose house was recently taken over by boxes of t-shirts!

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