Support The Kind Campaign With These Amazing Shirts

Being a good kabbalist it’s about time we began a motivational Monday where we will be spreading empowering quotes and inspiring ideas.

For our first installation we’ve decided to focus on a little charity that focuses on sharing support, love and inclusivity between women. The Kind  Campaign.

The company have begun selling limited edition tshirts that read “You can sit with us” a paradox to the popular Mean Girls phrase as a statement to end rejection.

The shirts are $25 each and come in women’s and unisex options in a range of sizes that will be shipped internationally in time for Christmas, 100% of the proceeds will go into the charity to provide free school programmes. The only kicker is that there’s just TWO days left of the sale.

The Kind Campaign is a non-profit organisation set up by Aaron Paul’s wife Lauren Paul and co-founder Molly Thompson after they created a documentary under a similar name tackling the topic.

Since its inception in 2009, the project has received the Lilly Endowment grant, featured on a special of Monster High and visited over 300 schools, while there documentary Finding Kind is screened in schools and communities regularly.

Though the core targets are women, we can all appreciate the notion and apply it to our own lives as well as supporting others to do their best.

“Thank you for being a part of our Kind Campaign movement by sporting this one-of-a-KIND tee and supporting our free school programming! It’s cool to be kind!” -Lauren Paul + Molly Thompson, Co-Founders Kind Campaign

Buy your shirt and spread some kindness HERE.

If you are too late to buy a shirt, you can still donate as much or as little as you choice at their website, read more about the project HERE.

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