WEREWORTHIT.COM is creating a movement of positivity because there is just too much negativity in our society, due to high unemployment, home foreclosures, illness, death, etc.
Forest Hills, NY (PRWEB) July 26, 2010
WEREWORTHIT.COM, leading online source for all things positive and affirming, is backing their ideals with their money. For a limited time, 15 percent of any purchase will benefit Safe Horizon or Hour Children, two organizations dedicated to caring for vulnerable children. Now every environmentally friendly tee, baby bib, coffee mug, and motivational sign has benefit far beyond the gift.
WEREWORTHIT.COM started with a simple mission. Emblazon high quality products with designs boldly declaring the wearer is worth it. The goal? Begin a groundswell movement of positivity and combat the everyday negativity people face every day.
“WEREWORTHIT.COM is creating a movement of positivity because there is just too much negativity in our society, due to high unemployment, home foreclosures, illness, death, etc. We as a society can all relate to this. Every time you read the newspaper, listen to the radio or watch television, 99 percent of the time the news is bad,” said Eton Lacon, founder of WEREWORTHIT.COM.
The simple, courageous act of wearing an “I’m Worth It” tee shirt declares to the world that the wearer rejects the negative, and is strong enough to embrace fully the positive in themselves and in the world.
“I’m so proud to support Safe Horizon and Hour Children. WEREWORTHIT.COM is all about doing good and now we’re spreading good as far as we can,” said Lacon.
About Safe Horizon
Safe Horizon-is the nation’s leading victim assistance program, moving people from crisis to confidence. Safe Horizon runs a variety of programs aimed at helping victims of crime, violence, abuse, neglect, domestic violence and homelessness. For more information, visit http://www.safehorizon.org.
About Hour Children
Hour Children cares for the children of incarcerated and formerly incarcerated mothers. They support children while their mothers are in prison and facilitate successful family reunification, finding families a place to stay and ensuring the mothers can access job training. Visit http://www.hourchildren.org/ to learn more.