Wear your support for local charities with Wearable Hope



We have a new way you can be fashionable and support a good cause at the same time. Chelsea Woodhead from Wearable Hope stopped by Studio 512 to tell us about her company. They partner with different charities around Austin and around the country. Wearable Hope prints shirts with beautiful designs with a specific charity in mind. 10 dollars of every t-shirt sold goes to the charity featured on the shirt. Their current campaign is with Love-A-Bull. Wearable Hope also have signature t-shirts that are not specific. Our host Amanda Tatom wore one of them on the show. Place an order and they’ll print out your shirt and mail to you.

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