Inclusivi-Tee, a quarterly subscription-based t-shirt club pledging to promote equality, conservation and social justice through the sale of wearable art, is hosting a fundraiser for Ubuntu Village. The event will be held at the Costa Rica ballroom on Main Street in Hopkins on Sunday, September 17.
Inclusivi-Tee will be selling exclusive logo bags and raffling off dance lessons and art pieces by a variety of local artists, including Ray Caron, Ta-Coumba Aiken and Rebecca Ramirez. The fundraiser will also feature performances from musicians Mari Harris and Elliot Sharpe.
All funds and donations raised will go to the Ubuntu Village, as well as 100 percent of the profits made from Inclusivi-Tee’s Ubuntu Village inspired t-shirts, and their work with youth in the criminal justice system and their families.
As Inclusivi-Tee officially launches later this fall, this event will be the first of many. The organization hopes to hold a fundraiser for their nonprofit partners every quarter.
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