Contribute to the Sonoma County emergency relief with this Sonoma Strong t-shirt. A great everyday basic, you'll want to wear it everywhere you go. With a basic crew neck, it can go from casual to formal with ease. Available in a recycled polyester (made from RECYCLED BOTTLES!) and combed ringspun cotton blend - the ultimate everyday, cool and hard working fabric. Perfect for any season.
What makes this a premium garment?
Quite simply, this garment meets all of the high standards Better Than Ben expects from its suppliers including the following:
100% Made and Printed in the USA
No Forced Labor and no Child Labor
Liveable wages at every point in the supply chain
Health and safety is paramount where working conditions are considered
Take it Or Leave it Guarantee
Better Than Ben stands behind this t-shirt with a 100% guarantee that you will love it. If it is not remarkably soft, light, and comfortable, please return it. Just give us a shout and we will email you a prepaid return shipping label for your convenience. We don't believe you should have to pay a single penny unless you are completely happy with your purchase.
This printed design is original, unique, and the copyright belongs to Joe Leonard. It is used on this garment with expressed written consent.
Artwork by Joe Leonard, a long time resident and business owner in the Santa Rosa and Sonoma County, California communities. 25% of top line revenue from the sale of the "Sonoma Strong" collection will be donated to The Sonoma County Resilience Fund to aid in relief of the Sonoma Valley region.
Sonoma County Resilience Fund
In the weeks following the deadly wildfires that started on October 8, 2017 and continued to burn through October 31, it became clear very quickly that the scale of this fire was like no other, devastating the lives, homes, and businesses of tens of thousands of residents overnight. For our community to recover, support would be needed for many years to come.
The Resilience Fund is the largest long-term recovery fund in Sonoma County. To identify where our support will be needed most, our grantmaking team engaged in a comprehensive community needs assessment, including meetings with hundreds of local nonprofit leaders, surveys to over 450 nonprofit organizations across Sonoma and Napa counties, and interviews with foundations in New Orleans, Houston, San Diego, and other areas impacted by disasters. Based on this work, the Foundation has identified three key areas of greatest need and will be investing in these areas starting in the summer of 2018.
Helping individuals impacted by the fires
Healing the long-term effects of trauma
Housing solutions for our community
⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Awesome as always. Received very quickly. Thank you!
⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Amazingly soft and comfortable. The design and logo are crisp, colorful, and have good lines. It’s a quality product. I’m very happy with my purchase. Thanks again.
⭐⭐⭐⭐ It looks great on the black! Thank you. good luck