We are very excited to bring our very unique, cool graphic t-shirts to all of our young and young-at-heart supporters.
Miami, FL (PRWEB) March 6, 2009
Helping Mind®, (http://www.helpingmind.com), a socially conscious company founded to help fund philanthropic projects through the sale of fine goods, today debuts its inaugural product collection, donating 10 percent of retail sales to four selected non-profits. The Helping Mind t-shirts for men and women feature original designs from rising fashion artists and are crafted with 100-percent Pima cotton. Sales will benefit each of four non-profit partner organizations: Acción International, Camillus House, Colombianitos and the Susan G. Komen for the Cure® Miami/Ft. Lauderdale Affiliate. Products are available for purchase at http://www.helpingmind.com and soon through select retailers nationwide.
"At Helping Mind, we are passionate about helping our non profit partners and share their vision of assisting people in need locally and around the world," said Pablo Vega, Founder and Chief Philanthropic Officer (CPO) of Helping Mind. "We are very excited to bring our very unique, cool graphic t-shirts to all of our young and young-at-heart supporters."
More information on each partner organization is available at http://www.helpingmind.com. In addition to contributing to these organizations' philanthropic projects that empower and promote the personal growth of others, Helping Mind also gives back through its College Campus Ambassadors (CCA) and internship programs. CCAs are being recruited at college campuses nationwide to promote Helping Mind's mission and make its fashionable products available to students and interested supporters. Helping Mind also gives back by providing fundraising opportunities to high school and college student clubs, teams and other groups as well. To learn more about these programs, visit http://www.helpingmind.com and click on "Get Involved."
Helping Mind will unveil future designs in the coming months. Follow company news and updates by registering on the Helping Mind website, becoming a fan on Facebook, and/or a friend on MySpace. Fans can also share photos of themselves wearing their Helping Mind t-shirts on flickr.
The Helping Mind® Story
In 1998 during a vacation in South America witnessing the needs of the impoverished in his birth country of Colombia and elsewhere, Pablo Vega began drafting the vision of a company that would help fund philanthropic projects locally and throughout the world. Helping Mind® was born eleven years later, with a mission to empower people in need by donating a portion of each sale of its original, high-quality products. Helping Mind's fashion-forward customers are socially conscious and happily support its philanthropic initiatives.
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