A Worthy Cause: 1MillionShirts

I know about your dirty secret, because I'm guilty of it, too -- the "clothes-I-don't-wear-drawer." The drawer that holds all the stuff you haven't looked at in a year, like that shirt you promised you'd wear by spring or you'd give it to Goodwill. But you haven't done either (have you?). Well, now is your chance!

Jason Sadler, of IWearYourShirt.com fame, has embarked on a new adventure called 1MillionShirts. The goal is to gather one million shirts, donated by people like you, that will be sent to people in Africa who need clothing. Not only is it a worthy cause, but it's kind of cool to think your donation could end up in Kenya, Uganda, Ghana or Ethiopia!

Along with the shirt you send in, 1Millionshirts asks that you also contribute $1, which -- if all goes well -- will raise $1 million to help fund the project. 1,000,000! That's a lot of shirts. So get out your gently worn 'NSync "No String Attached" tour shirt or your Bahamas vacation tee and send it in.

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