There is no such thing as donor fatigue for retail brand Plains & Prints. Almost a month after the strongest typhoon ever recorded to hit the Philippines, there are still countless donations and ongoing relief efforts, to help rebuild the Yolanda-stricken communities, actively happening from different parts of the world, the local retail brand included.
Plains & Prints takes part with the launch of their social service campaign called "A Dress for a Shirt." Beginning today, December 6, up to the end of the month, December 31, every dress purchased from the store will be equivalent to a shirt that will be donated to charity through the Philippine Red Cross. So if you're looking for a dress to wear to the holiday festivities or buying a gift for your mom, sister, or friend, you might wanna drop by their store and in return be able to donate a shirt to a fellow Filipino.
Learn more about the campaign by visiting plainsandprints.com