Global Genes Project, 46NYC introduce t-shirts to create awareness about lack of drug treatments for rare disease

February 02, 2016

46NYC has had tremendous success promoting their cause related t-shirt designs. The company has designed the "Cur46le" t-shirt for Alex's Lemonade Stand Foundation for cancer research, "En46le" t-shirt for the Sunflower Children's Foundation, "Remark46le" t-shirt for the Samaritan's Purse Children's Heart Project, and the "Love46le" t-shirt for the International Justice Mission.  46NYC's vintage t-shirt to support The Breast Cancer Research Foundation was recently featured on the Today Show and 100% of the proceeds from 46NYC's "Rebuild Haiti" t-shirt was donated to the American Red Cross.

"Our goal since founding 46NYC has been to 'Care 46out It' and the Global Genes Project's Wear That You Care?? denim campaign for rare diseases aligned with our core mission," said Hal Kivette, co-founder, 46NYC.  "We designed a vintage t-shirt that incorporates the word treatable, a blue jeans theme with the number 46 to represent the thousands of genetic conditions that strike innocent people. The Treat46le t-shirt is one of our best designs yet."

SOURCE The Global Genes Project