Twenty Fourward is a unique t-shirt subscription. Each month, you will receive an exclusive, one-of-a-kind shirt designed by an up and coming street-wear brand. Each design is only available to Twenty Fourward members. Needless to say, your friend will not be able to find our exclusive designs in any nearby mall or online retail store.
Twenty Fourward is inspired by art, design, and the power of culture to make a social impact. It is a lifestyle and culture based brand defying commercial trends.
It is our intention to provide a platform for design driven brands to spotlight their products and creative abilities while being able to get it in the hands of those that value and appreciate the effort behind each and every design. The artists behind each brand serve as an inspiration to our generation and are brought together in a larger collaboration of good and creative wave lengths.
Incorporating a different charity each month allows all of our members to get involved and discover the power of openhanded giving while simultaneously representing their lifestyle. Together, we can pay it fourward.
For every month you subscribe to a t-shirt, a contribution will be made to support a difference in someone’s life. $4 of every subscription is donated to a pre-selected charity of choice by the designer.
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Cost: $29 / month + free shipping.
June’s design is created by Danielle Martinez. The charity she chose is “Hands for Africa” which focuses on rebuilding communities that have been torn apart by blood diamond wars. They seek to help men, women, & children injured by machetes or explosive devices as a result of Sierra Leone's civil war, a war fueled by blood diamonds.
As for the shirt itself, I love the design! I think it's fresh and original. It's something I'd wear and buy in a store. It's a little bigger in size than previous Twenty Fourward shirts I've reviewed, but I'm fine with that!
I think this is very important issue to bring awareness to! A lot people don’t know where their diamonds come from and I hate to say it, but some people probably don’t care. I strongly suggest you visit Hands for Africa to learn more and help their cause!
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