We recently wrapped up the second round of Relief Print, an event and organization I co-founded with a friend, which uses students' art, and screen-printing events, to benefit victims of disasters. Using themed designs by student artists, we screen-print students' t-shirts for only $5 a print, allowing them to give and get. It's a great opportunity for students to contribute to causes, such as Hurricane Sandy relief in December and the Sandy Hook victims' families last week. We plan to revive the event any time that there is a need.
We raised a total of $762 for Hurricane Sandy victims through the Red Cross in December, and $620 for the families of the Sandy Hook shooting victims through the United Way Sandy Hook School Support Fund this week. A huge thank you to everyone who contributed and volunteered! Keep up via our Twitter or Facebook page.