We Add Up: Oil Spill T-Shirts
Are you as outraged and sad as we are about the BP oil drilling disaster, now declared the largest spill in US history? Now you can be a part of the solution and help counter this tragedy with action.
We Add Up has introduced two new t-shirts, “Clean It Up” and “Hair To The Rescue.” $10 from the purchase of each shirt is donated to a non-profit organization working to clean up the spill naturally, hold BP accountable and bring transparency to the response. Spread the word – and give money to people doing the dirty work to clean up this mess.
Choose how you want to help in the recovery. The Clean It Up shirt supports the efforts of the Gulf Restoration Network. Since the first days of the BP oil spill, GRN has provided independent monitoring and advocacy focused on holding BP accountable and ensuring an effective and transparent response to the crisis. Take action, stay informed, and donate to these efforts at http://BPdrillingdisaster.org.
The purchase of a Hair to the Rescue shirt supports Matter of Trust, a non-profit organization coordinating the international efforts of hair dressers, pet groomers, and others who are donating hair to make hair booms. Hair Booms are very effective at soaking up oil. Watch the video!
Each 100% organic cotton t-shirt comes custom hand-printed with your unique number on the front. Your number is your position in our global count of people adding up to make change.
At SustainAbler, we love what We Add Up is doing, and we wear our shirts with pride. We’ve even partnered with We Add Up, so if you purchase through one of the links below, SustainAbler.com will get a small commission. That’s a triple win: support Gulf oil spill clean-up efforts, support We Add Up and support SustainAbler. Oh, and get a kick-ass t-shirt.
To order your We Add Up Oil Spill t-shirt, click here.
Thanks to an alert reader, we’ve learned that the AP is reporting that “hair booms” will not be used in the BP oil spill clean-up efforts and the non-profit organization Matter of Trust has requested that new donors wait for further information before sending hair.