Our Oklahoma neighbors are much in our thoughts and prayers this week.
Their loss is beyond comprehension for most of us.
We all want to help relieve the pain this disaster has brought to the affected people and communities.
And so do the amazing companies below.
Each has committed (some or all of) the proceeds from at least one of their American-made goods to the Oklahoma relief effort.
Please consider being a part of their generosity and support.
Moore Tornado Relief Benefit Tee ($ ) by ShopGoodOKC*
Made in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Unisex sizes XS-2XL. Pre-Order. Hand screenprinted on an American Apparel Tri-Blend (50% polyester/25% cotton/25% rayon) blank.
100% of the proceeds from the sale of this tee will go to the Oklahoma tornado relief efforts of the American Red Cross in Moore, OK.
Shop Good is a clothing and accessories store located in the heart of Oklahoma City. Everything that the store sells is socially responsible, fairly traded and connected to a local or international community development project.
*Some, but not all, of the goods ShopGoodOKC sells are made in the US. Please read source information carefully.
Oklahoma Leather Wrap Bracelet ($30) by States of Love
Made in Birmingham, Alabama
0.75″ h x 1.5″ w x 0.125″ d pendant with a 30″ long soft brown leather strap and wood bead closure. Pendant is laser cut wood. Also available as a necklace.
Currently, all profit from sale of Oklahoma items is being donated to recovery effort. Likewise $10 from any other item sold will be donated to OK.
In 2011 after devastating tornadoes hit Alabama, 3 creative friends banded together to make an Alabama shaped-necklace, the proceeds from which went to recover efforts. The overwhelming response to that piece led the group to continue their inspired work. Each piece they add to their collection supports a specific charity.
Pray for Oklahoma Throw Pillow ($45) by Brandi Fitzgerald
Made in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
16″ w x 16″ l. Made of 100% spun polyester poplin fabric. Individually cut and hand sewn. Features a double-sided print and finished with a concealed zipper. Faux down pillow insert included.
$5 from the sale of each pillow will be donated to Habitat for Humanity in Oklahoma. Additional Oklahoma pillows and art prints also qualify for donations.
Brandi Fitzgerald makes art prints, throw pillows and greeting cards featuring a variety of sayings, locations and nautically inspired themes.
Oklahoma Home Charm Necklace ($9) by HoneyHeavenly
Made in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Approximately 1″ l. Acrylic in shape of state of Oklahoma. Features the word “home” and a heart. Handmade. Chain included.
Until the end of June 100% of the profit from this and all HoneyHeavenly’s items will go to Oklahoma tornado victims.
HoneyHeavenly creates unique and thoughtful jewelry and phone charms of acrylic.
From Our Old Friends
Okie T-Shirt ($25) by The Old Try
Made in Somerville, Massachusetts
Men’s and women’s sizes S-XXL. Printed on slim fit American Apparel Tri-Blend (50% Polyester/25% Cotton/25% Rayon) blank. Additional Oklahoma t-shirts available: OK, Cherokee, Green County, High Plains, Little Dixie, Panhandle and Piney Woods.
For a limited time $6 from the sale of every Oklahoma t-shirt will be donated to the Salvation Army Disaster Relief effort.
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The Universe Is Infinite Tote ($ ) by Jessalin Beutler
Made in Seattle, Washington
14.375″ h x 14″ w with a 27″ handle. Made of 100% cotton denim and hand printed with a large black dot. Phrase inside the dot: “The Universe Is Infinite.”
$10 from every tote sold will be donated to the Oklahoma Relief Fund. Total of 11 items qualify for Jessalin Beutler’s OK charitable contribution.
Artist Jessalin Beutler creates original paintings, drawings, clothing, bags and accessories inspired by the lines, shapes, textures and colors that surround her everyday.
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