“I’m pleased to support Project Migration – a cause that places
such a strong focus on donation to benefit single mothers.”
BELOW: Footage of Sting wearing our Distressed Give Hope shirt in front of 200,000 people for the Earth Day outdoor concert with The Roots in Washington D.C.
[footage courtesy of: Justice Through Music Project www.jtmp.org]
Adrian Grenier loves Project Migration! He wears his shirt out casually, on the red carpet, and in concert
(with one of our Ubuntu bracelets around his neck!)
Sting and Trudie Styler on CNN wearing our shirts!
Sting and Trudie Styler recently wore our shirts for a lengthy CNN interview.
Trudie wore our Save Lives Henley and Sting wore our Distressed Give Hope Shirt.
Check out the interview on CNN’s website.
Project Migration as seen in InTouch magazine.
“Social Diva” does article about Project Migration
The House of Project Migration makes do-gooding look chic
The average Diva boasts a fabulous social circle and career, dines only at the finest establishments, and endlessly shops to her heart’s content. Her home is her palace, and closet her shrine, and she’s always got a chilled bottle of Fiji nearby.
In impoverished countries of Africa, the average diva is a single mother with little to no access to medicine or clean water. There’s a good chance she’s been a victim of war, sex slavery, human trafficking or worse, and has little hope for her future.
But the thing about fortunate divas is that they’re always willing to give the shirt off their back to help out a diva less fortunate, or, in this case, put something on their back, to give back.
Project Migration is doing just that. Already gaining fashionable fans like Paris Hilton, they’ve designed a range of signature Ts and tanks, bracelets and more, with all proceeds going to struggling single mothers for clean water and medical supplies for her family. That’s hot.
To become a part of the Project Migration Movement, visit their online shop, and wear your heart on your sleeve, diva.