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JULY 17TH, 2014
‘Hard Corps’
‘Hard Corps’ CORPS: (noun) an organized subdivision of a military establishment The Salvation Army uses military terminology for everything – That’s why all of our churches around the world are called “Corps.” But this is so much more than a clever play on words, it’s a reminder that The Salvation Army wasn’t created for accepting donations or Sunday morning services – but for being an active force against the brokenness in our world. We continue to do this today by serving and sharing the l...

JUNE 11TH, 2014
‘Verbiage’
Hope, Compassion, Justice and Love - Talk is cheap - but our 'Verbiage' tee, designed by artist Ian Barnard, has some choice words we want to live by. So don't just buy one to wear - wear one as a reminder to live it out.

JUNE 2ND, 2014
‘Joe & Dough’
Coffee, Donuts... And The Salvation Army. May not sound like much, but to the men on the front lines of World War 1, it meant a moment of comfort in a difficult time. The Salvation Army continues this tradition today - On the front lines of natural disasters, hunger, poverty, addiction and abuse - serving those who need it, when they need it and where they need it.

NOVEMBER 13TH, 2013
Army for the Philippines
Typhoon Haiyan, one of the most powerful typhoons ever recorded, has left a path of death and destruction, with hundreds of thousands left without homes, power or clean water. The worst-hit areas are impossible to reach by road, and many communities have no means of making contact with the rest of the country. The Salvation Army is on the front lines of the relief efforts serving those who need it most. You can help the Army's efforts with your financial charitable contributions.

OCTOBER 30TH, 2013
First Nations
Help support The Salvation Army's work with the indigenous people of the Americas in the Pacific Northwest and Canada and rock this awesome Haida inspired tee design from Hydro74.

MARCH 13TH, 2013
Thriftin’ Ain’t Easy
If you got $20 in your pocket you can help support The Salvation Army's tradition of "Big Thriftin'" and rock a sweet tee by Dan Cassaro, the mastermind behind Young Jerks. Every purchase at a Salvation Army Thrift store directly funds Salvation Army Adult Rehabilitation Centers. That means that the bargains you find for yourself also help others by reclaiming lives and healing families.

FEBRUARY 13TH, 2013
SA United
Arkansas' very own - Artist Jeremy Teff - lends his legendary skills in designing another masterpiece exclusively for WARdrobe. 100% of the net proceeds from the sales of this shirt will go to The Salvation Army's World Services - helping support and strengthen The Salvation Army’s efforts to work hand-in-hand with communities to improve the health, economic, and spiritual conditions of the poor throughout the world.

JANUARY 23RD, 2013
Ejército de Salvación
El Ejército de Salvación (The Salvation Army) has been serving in Mexico since 1937. Mexico's own Alan Guzman shares his "tipografía loco" skills with WARdrobe to create a "obra maestra." 100% of the net proceeds from the sales of this shirt will go to The Salvation Army's Children's home in Coatzacoalcos, Veracruz. The home, which houses both boys and girls, is on the gulf coast of Mexico and has served in the city of Coatzacoalcos for 50 years.

JANUARY 16TH, 2013
Monogrammatic
Designer and Dribbble All-Star Nick Slater does what he does best and nails it in this piece designed exclusively for WARdrobe. 100% of the net proceeds from the sales of this shirt will go to The Salvation Army's World Services - helping support and strengthen The Salvation Army’s efforts to work hand-in-hand with communities to improve the health, economic, and spiritual conditions of the poor throughout the world.

DECEMBER 3RD, 2012
Bell Ringer Brigade
Tis' the season to see The Salvation Army standing outside every store in town ringing bells at their red kettle collecting money. Thousands volunteer each year and spend time ringing bells and thousands more are supplied with a seasonal job to help them through the holidays. Artist Andrew Sterlachini has designed a shirt that commemorates the time honored tradition of Salvation Army Bell Ringing. So if you've ever braved the cold, the crowds, and the got your "ring on" - Buy a shirt and rock it with pride.