“Houston responds to disaster with fortitude… Houston absorbed two hundred thousand Vietnamese refugees in the 70s, took in a quarter of a million evacuees after Katrina and currently resettles twenty-five of every thousand refugees that the United Nations resettled anywhere, that is more than any other city in America and more than most countries.”
– Jia Tolentino, The New Yorker

Hang in There Houston logoTake a stand with us to help Houston and those affected by hurricane Harvey.

We are donating 100% of the profits from this #HangInThereHouston t-shirt to help in the flood relief for the Greater Houston Area.

This design from Houston-raised Splice Records graphic artist Chad Ehlinger, sends a powerful message of Perseverance and Hope to those affected by this catastrophic storm and it’s unprecedented flooding. He made the logo to keep his mind at ease and to send a positive message to his city and family. The response went viral and people have embraced the art work as a sign of hope and strength… two qualities Houston has offered world citizens displaced looking for a place to call home. Houstonians behind the scenes with Splice Records, the Southern Drinking Club and Night Owl Printing put their heads together and started this fundraising campaign. Together they have set a goal of raising over $10k in relief funds.

Have any questions about this? Please contact Jeremy Jordan, the founder of the Southern Drinking Club as well as a Houston resident that wants to help. Jeremey will also be a vendor for River Revival, and he will be on site to help, meet people and share his business with campers.

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