Hey everyone the LOVE adoption shirts are now available for purchase for $25. Buy a shirt and know that the proceeds are helping a wonderful couple in their quest to adopt from Ghana. In fact, we are having a fundraiser this coming weekend. To get your shirt and your tickets to the Steak Night, please contact Kathy at 306-222-8731. Please get your tickets before this Wednesday as that is the cut off date.
Let’s all show this couple how much we love and support them as they get ready to fly to Ghana in less than 2 weeks time. And don’t they just look great in those shirts? Who wouldn’t want one?
So it looks like this might be the colour for the guys shirt and the girls shirt will stay the same as originally posted.
Just a quick follow-up to my previous post. I mentioned the possibilities of there being tshirts for sale to raise money for adoption. Well, here are the first mockup images of what the tees could look like. I am really excited about this as I am told that there are numerous other families in much the same situation as Darrell and Jessica that would appreciate these shirts as well. I am excited that Poetic Industries work could help people again as it has been awhile since the first Watoto Project and the shirts that got printed then.
While these shirts aren’t for sale just yet, if you would like to buy one please comment and I’ll make sure to let you know when they become available.
Some good friends of ours, Darrell and Jessica Braun, are currently in the process of adopting twin girls from Ghana. I am helping where I can with this great event and would love to see you all out on January 9th, 2010. Even if you don’t know them, you can come hear a great band, eat some Steak and bid in the silent auction and know that you are supporting a great cause. Adoption is such a wonderful thing, in fact I believe that more of us need to adopt, but I won’t get into that now. Please check out the facebook page for info. Oh, and I almost forgot to mention, one of my ways of helping was to design this poster. What do you think of it? Would you buy it if the graphic was re-purposed for a t-shirt?