CafePress donates to Gulf relief efforts. Please help show your support.

While others point fingers (especially that finger), let’s instead make a point: We all care.

Through July 31, 2010 simply purchase merchandise tagged with “gulf oil” from the CafePress Marketplace and we’ll donate an amount equal to 10% of the final purchase price* to the Gulf Restoration Network. This organization is working to protect and restore the natural resources of the Gulf region.

You can also help out when you create Gulf relief themed designs, and offer them to people who want to raise awareness. If you don’t already have one, open a free shop and create designs. Be sure to tag them with “Gulf oil” to be included in the portal.

The damage to their environment is astounding (and we probably don’t even know the half of it yet). But let’s not wait until the people in charge sort it out. Let’s get some funds flowing as swiftly as the water once flowed into the Gulf. Show your support on T-shirts, bumper stickers and other products and help raise awareness for the plight.

* An amount equal to 10% of the final purchase price for all products tagged with “Gulf Oil” and sold through CafePress.com Marketplace during June 21, 2010 through July 31, 2010 will be donated to the Gulf Restoration Network (http://healthygulf.org/).

3 Comments
  1. ” But let’s not wait until the people in charge sort it out.”

    An excellent point that can not be stressed enough. Although us here in the region learned a lesson about five years ago not to wait for the people in charge to do anything. The people down the gulf WILL rebuild. Right now they’re hurting. Thank you, cafepress, and all others for your support.

    A Gulf Coast with out fresh, local, live seafood is beyond unthinkable.

    http://www.cafepress.com/RummageLand

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