The children are the future. This is something that Coach knows and wants to be apart of; which is why they have a new supportive venture. The luxury brand is releasing the Coach Dream It Real T-Shirt that will go towards help youths reach for the stars!
Coach Dream It Real T-Shirt -Helping the Youth Dream Big
How is this all possible? The Coach brand explained all in a release of accompanying photographs starring several celebrities such as Michael B. Jordan, Billy Porter and JLO. In regards to Dream It Real the fashion label says,
“A new way to Dream It Real has arrived. Wear your support for the next generation with our new, limited edition Dream It Real T-shirt –as seen on Michael B. Jordan. From now until March 8, Coach will donate 100% of net profits to support our partners across the world; helping young people unlock their potential. Shop the shirt via [our website].
Since 2008, the Coach Foundation has donated over $50 million to nonprofit partners all over the world to do its small part to make big dreams possible. With every Dream It Real T-shirt purchased March 8, 2020; 100% net profits will be donated to support our nonprofit partners around the world helping young people unlock their potential. Only available in the US, UK and Japan.
Mood and mindset [equals] Dream It Real. Learn more about our mission to empower the next generation as they create the future they know is possible.”
Coach is ready to help mold the future and you can have a hand it too. By purchasing a limited-edition tee you can play apart in helping children all across the US. Currently, each Dream It Real T-Shirt is retailing for $60.
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