About the campaign:
A great man said - "Powerful art can heal, bring awareness and create change"
Inspired by these words DC fans have created a series of mini-campaigns, leveraging artistic talent within our fanbase in order to raise funds for The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention.
Our campaign designs offer messages of Hope and Empowerment while celebrating those who inspire us - whether they be fictional or real life heroes.
About the design:
This design is a tribute to the courage, dedication, and determination of one fan who steadfastly inspired an entire movement advocating for creative freedom. These words were the spark, that lit a fire, that continues to burn to this day; words which have become immutable. They serve as a reminder that no matter what obstacles are put in our way - we have the will to persist and to keep moving forward. They remind each of us of our inherent agency and value. They remind us that no matter who we are or where we are in the world - we hold the power to create and influence positive change.
(below image represents full colour design detail)
The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention is dedicated to saving lives and bringing hope to those affected by suicide.
Established in 1987, AFSP is a voluntary health organization that gives those affected by suicide a nationwide community empowered by research, education and advocacy to take action against this leading cause of death. AFSP raises awareness, funds scientific research and provides resources and aid to people affected by suicide.
For more information visit https://afsp.org/
This is an on-demand campaign. T-shirts will print and ship within a few days of order.
Funds raised are donated directly from Ink to AFSP.
Approx. $9 of each design sold will be gifted to AFSP, with the remainder going to garment & print costs set by Ink based on apparel type.
DC fans do not receive any funds from this campaign.
If you would like to increase size of donation gift to AFSP, Ink provides a facility at time of order.
Design by Mick Doyle