These tees are sold exclusively through Food For Everyone's online store, follow this link to purchase.A collaboration born out of a shared vision to do better for the world through sustainable practices, ethical manufacturing, and philanthropy. Food For Everyone X The Better Uniforms Co. is serving up limited-edition tees for kids in two cheeky designs. Get 'em while they’re hot!
Food For Everyone was born out of a simple love for sharing food with family and friends. The act of coming together over a meal is universally binding—a common language we all share.
Shaped by individual cultures, perspectives and stories, food is intrinsically diverse—and we think that’s something to celebrate! Through food, we uncover new ways of seeing, new experiences and new friends.
Food is happiness. Food is fun. And food is for everyone.We have an unmatched dedication to creating ethical garments that don’t compromise on comfort and quality at The Better Uniforms Co. and these organic cotton tees are no different.These tees result in 92% water savings and 58% CO2 savings compared to your average tee out there, and, 100% of the CO2 emitted in the process of making and getting the tees to you has been offset.Details:
- 100% organic cotton from fair-trade manufacturers
- each tee purchased provides 60 meals to those in need
- super soft
- super luxe
- super cute
- non-toxic materials and dye
- sizing from 3 - 11 years
Please note, due to the nature of the silk screen print process by hand, each print may be slightly different and minor mis-registration and imperfections are normal.
A little more about Food For Everyone:
Founded by Melbourne artist Gemma Leslie, Food For Everyone is a social enterprise donating 50% of all profits to food-banks across Australia.
It all started in June 2020 in response to the Melbourne public housing tower lockdown crisis, which saw thousands of residents without access to nutritious and culturally appropriate food. Gemma, having lost her job herself during the pandemic, was compelled to help.
Her plan was simple: put food on the table for those in need and bring a little happiness into people’s homes through her art. She called on four Melburnian foodie friends to design a collection of four limited-edition posters depicting their most dearly held recipes.