$5600 Given to Camas Businesses for COVID-19 relief

Aug 31, 2020

August 31, 2020 – $5600 Given to Camas Businesses for COVID-19 relief.

Eleven businesses in Camas, WA received their first profit distribution from the HYVÄ Shirts For Good Program, raising almost $5,600 for the effort.

The Camas community rallied to support local merchants by purchasing 744 custom designed Camas shirts and raising $5,590 in profit to share with participating businesses. 

Camas was the first shirt project by HYVÄ launched in April, from an idea by Mel Locke of Universal Martial Arts in Camas, but has since expanded to 5 other northwest communities and will soon include nonprofit organizations similarly challenged by the current environment. 

The goal of this program is to sell 20,000 shirts and promote community togetherness in support of Camas businesses negatively impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic and was recently featured in the KATU News Everyday Heroes segment. 

If you want to support businesses local to Camas, WA visit www.shirtsforcamas.com. To bring the Shirts for Good program to your community please email [email protected]

about HYVÄ SPC

HYVÄ’s goal is to bring $1 trillion under the influence of Good by 2050, by significantly scaling good social, environmental, and financial outcomes for the benefit of our communities.

shirts for good program overview

The Shirts For Good program was created to bring communities together in support of their local businesses. To learn more about the program visit hyva.co/shirts-for-good

To get answers to your questions, contact Joe Barhoum at [email protected]


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