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Downtowner T-Shirts

Our first t-shirt design is ready! It features a large vintage Raleigh design on the front and our logo on the back top of the shirt. Currently, our shirts are only available in a super soft Heather Dark Gray and in sizes S, M, L, XL in both men's and women's shirts. $5 of each shirt sale will be donated to one of three local non-profits, which you get to choose! Information for each charity is listed below.

T-shirts are $25 each plus $5 shipping (or you can pick yours up at our office). We're in the process of creating our online shopping page, so in the meantime, please use our secure order form below. Please fill out the form for each shirt you'd like to order (sorry for the inconvenience for now!). Make sure you include the billing info for your credit card as well as the shipping address if you'd like us to ship it to you for an extra $5. We'll email you a confirmation with a total for your order before charging your card. We're starting to run low on sizes, so we'll email you if we're out of the size you ordered.

You can also stop by our office to pick up a shirt and pay in person if you'd like rather than pay the $5 shipping fee. We're located at 402 Glenwood Avenue, Raleigh, NC 27603. Be sure and call ahead of time to make sure someone is in as we're in and out of the office quite a bit, 919.828.8000. 

Charity info:
Women's Center of Wake County
The Women's Center is a multi-service crisis intervention and assessment center, located near downtown Raleigh. Through tireless outreach, they work with each individual woman to break the cycle of trauma, abuse, violence, and homelessness and assist each person in realizing a fulfilling dignified life, achieving self-sufficiency, and obtaining safe affordable housing.
Learn more:

Inter-Faith Food Shuttle
Inter-Faith Food Shuttle pioneers innovative, transformative solutions designed to end hunger in our community. They distribute nearly six million pounds of food per year and teach skills for self-sufficiency through culinary job skills, shopping and cooking healthy on a budget, and how to grow food.
Learn more:

Note in the Pocket
Note in the Pocket provides clothing to impoverished and homeless schoolchildren in Wake County with dignity and love. Note in the Pocket believes that it is unacceptable that children are limited in their educational and social development because they do not have appropriate clothes for school.
Learn more:


T-Shirt Secure Order Form