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We’ve made connections with artists and worthy organizations in cities all over the country. When an artist’s shirt is purchased, their city wins.
New Orleans, LA
The Crescent City cradles an incredibly colorful and contagious culture, a boisterously vibrant vibe that has spread around the world from Mardi Gras and music to its Cajun cuisine. Storms have hit and hurt New Orleans hard, but nothing can hold its people down.
6,687 Homeless (2011)
6.4% Unemployment rate (2011)
2nd highest rate of homelessness in the nation (2012)
New Orleans Shirts Benefit these excellent organizations
Covenant House New Orleans
Provides shelter and services to homeless, runaway and at-risk youth ages 16 – 21, including food, clothing, medical attention, counseling, educational assistance, and job training.
611 North Rampart Street
New Orleans, LA 70112
(504) 584-1111
New Orleans Mission
The largest private service provider for the homeless offering clothing, food, overnight emergency shelter and job placement.
1129 Baronne Street
New Orleans, LA 70113
(504) 523-2116
New Orleans Women's Shelter
The only local program that exclusively focuses on providing the assistance needed to end the cycle of poverty and homelessness for women and their children.
P.O. Box 3520
New Orleans, LA 70177
(504) 962-6697
New Orleans Shirts Are made by these Artists
Harriet Burbeck
Visual artist Harriet Burbeck’s illustrations have been featured in numerous publications and displayed in galleries across Louisiana. Her favorite illustrative subjects are bugs, robots and dinosaurs. In addition to her passion for art, Harriet enjoys riding her bike, playing guitar, and eating avocados.
Melanie Innis
A native of New Orleans, Melanie Innis’ early design career found her working for clients ranging from Disney to Miller Beer. In 2010, she founded Mac, Stanley & Co., a small, New Orleans-based design studio specializing in custom tailored interactive, brand identity, as well as print and editorial design.
Christine Moser
Originally from Switzerland, Christine has lived in England, San Francisco, Rome, Boston, and currently calls New Orleans her home, working at Manning Architects. She also runs her own design studio focused on graphic design, illustration, jewelry and furniture design. In her spare time, Christine also moonlights as a swing dancer and jazz and blues enthusiast.