there is no better gift than one that gives back!
This holiday season, reach out a helping hand to the victims of Hurricane Harvey and Irma with the help of (code)word -- The Hat that Gives Back.
For a limited time, they’re offering two lines of specially designed Hurricane Relief Hats to help bring people across America together in support of the victims of these deadly natural disasters. Each hat that's purchased will supply 21 meals to men, women, and children.
"Our brand focus is on giving back to the local community, but when we saw the devastation left behind we knew we needed to get involved on a bigger level,” said (code)word founder Nate Montgomery. “There are thousands of people trying to pick up the pieces. Our goal is to help them not worry where their next meal is coming from.”
The humanitarian brand normally raises funds and awareness for local children’s hospitals through the sale of their specialty hats. The trendy ball caps are emblazoned with a specific area code, and the proceeds support hospitals that serve that area.
For this new campaign, they’re focused on a statewide scale with proceeds going to help local food banks in Florida and Texas.
Irma and Harvey Relief Hats:
Available in two styles: Grey or Camo
Harvey Hats feature “TEX” on the front and “Lonestar” on the back
Irma Hats feature “FLA” on the front and “Sunshine” on the back
Proceeds go to support the South Florida Food Bank, Corpus Christi Food Bank, or Houston Food Bank
Retail value is $35
Note these hats are for a limited time only. Each hat purchased will supply 21 meals to folks in need.
About (code) word Hats:
(code)word Hats is a philanthropic brand that encourages people to make an investment back into the charitable efforts of their communities. Currently, they’ve had the opportunity to support children’s hospitals in 30 cities across the US, and have no plans to slow down.