I am sure at this stage most of you are aware of the 8.9 earthquake and tsunami devastating Japan epically. The whole world is raising money to support this terrible disaster. Even the design community has risen to do their part.The profits of the products below ,when sold ,are totally or partially donated to the charity/associations which are involved in helping over Japan.
three-pack of blank books, featuring a simple red heart on the cover. 100% of the proceeds will go directly to Mercy Corps and their relief efforts.
The 18″ x 24″ screen print features a high-gloss white ink and is printed on an environmentally certified paper. $25 from each print will be donated to the Red Cross’s relief efforts.
The striking cherry blossom symbol, is available in print and button form .A free button will be sent to the first 50 people who contact him that have donated at least $10 to the relief efforts.
All profits made by the sale of this poster will be donated to help relief efforts in Japan.
100% of the proceeds of the sales of this shirt will go toward The Salvation Army’s relief efforts in Japan
12” x 18” high quality digital print on white tone silk cardboard poster stock. And also hand-signed by François Hoang
All 100% of sales will go to Canadian Red Cross to support the Japan Disaster Relief
All profits from poster to benefit disaster recovery in Japan.Several sizes offered.
They are asking a donation of at least $25 for a print, with 100% of the profits going to The Red Cross.Designed by Max Erdenberger.40″ x 26″ 1-color screenprint on Neenah Environment Ultra Bright White 80# Cover.
All profits from sales will be donated to help relief efforts in Japan.
Profits will be donated to Red Cross.
Print 070/365 from The All Day Everyday Project.
Inspiration: It concerns us all – it’s our planet. All money raised with this print will be donated to the Red Cross to help the victims.Every print is signed & numbered.
100% of profits from this tee will go support the Red Cross’s disaster relief efforts to help those affected by the earthquake in Japan and tsunami throughout the Pacific.
To donate for the Japan Disaster Relief, please do at your choice for those following relief organizations:
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