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#TeamRed


Can a shirt really love people, go places and change lives?
 
This shirt does! It’s so beautifully simple. It translates to lives changed in Belize, Burkina Faso, Nepal, and around the globe. It empowers entrepreneurs to use their knowledge and skills; and loves people by treating them with human dignity. That means real people in real places are able to make sustainable changes for their families and communities by running their own businesses.

Open doors to opportunities for better education, housing, sanitation and water? Yes, this shirt does that.
Children in Nepal being able to save for their futures by creating art pieces? Yes, it does that too.
A literacy center giving women a voice and a way to provide for their families with their writing? This shirt does it all!

Loving people, going places and changing lives is not a tag line.
It’s what the shirt DOES. Wear it, and be the change.

#TeamBlue


Everyone has a story... Can a shirt really be a life saving device?

In Athens, Greece, a Syrian refugee named Widad and her son, Amer, are truly doing more with what they’ve been given. After escaping on a raft and landing in Athens, they are now living in a fourth floor, one room apartment. Their joy and appreciation for life are what drive them. They use that drive to love others, and their love language is food. Despite the limited space and resources, they once graciously cooked a full authentic Syrian meal for a team of Impact Junkies, and then shared the leftovers with neighbors. We are working on something special, Widad’s own cookbook full of those authentic Syrian recipes and her story, “Rafts to the Dinner Table.” This is the first product of many to start ventures with Syrian refugees as they build a new life, and start to dream again. This shirt empowers her to use her knowledge, skills and love language to provide better opportunities for her son. They once trusted a raft to be their life saving device. Now, that device is a shirt that helps their business succeed.

Maybe the hidden message in this shirt is that it saves and impacts more lives than we’ll ever know. Maybe yours is one of those? Let’s find out.

#Repost @philipharding with @get_repost⠀ ・・・⠀ This wild journey of loving people, going places, and changing lives landed me in Athens this week, standing on Mars Hill. 🇬🇷✖️🇬🇷⠀ I have been sharing dinner, hugs, stories, laughter, and love with wonderful people who have been given a much harder life journey than I have been given. I think about while I was studying and trying to improve my ability to help others at Harvard, they were dodging bullets in a civil war, seeing their family members die, risking everything to float in a raft to freedom and hope, separating from their families not sure when they would ever see them again. What an awesome opportunity I have been given...I love that @impactjunkie is providing these kinds of opportunities to go be part of real solutions for real people in real places. I can see the transformation not just for the lives we are serving, but for those who serve. ⠀ ⠀ To learn more: Link in Bio

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#worldrefugeeday ✖️ When we pulled into the refugee camp just outside Athens, we didn’t quite know what to expect. We didn’t expect to see many smiling faces in the most difficult life circumstances. We didn’t expect to hear laughter. We didn’t expect to feel the community culture working to help each other. We didn’t expect to see entrepreneurs working to start coffee shops and restaurants in the camp. We heard stories of lost and killed family members, of fleeing the wars. We saw determination in the face of despair. We saw people trying to follow the legal procedures and red tape. We saw private organizations and random individuals with a passion trying to create opportunity. Most of all, we saw human resilience and hope in action. ❤️ If you see a problem in the world, don’t just sit back and complain. Educate yourself and start something that creates sustainable change. • • • @impactjunkie can help you with that. • • • Now, months after loving, listening, and learning... we are about to announce some amazing refugee driven ventures that are so unbelievably awesome. Can’t wait! ✖️✖️✖️✖️ #impactjunkie #refugees #refugeecamp #refugeecrisis #lovepeople #goplaces #changelives #startventuresthatchangelives #startup #socent #socialenterprise #businessforgood #refugeeentrepreneurs #refugeebusiness #womenentrepreneurs Check out: @homeprojectorg

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It’s so easy to say, “I wanna change the world.” It’s harder to walk in their shoes. I want to do the hard things each and every time. I want to take time to love, listen and learn about what people face everyday. I don’t want to be stuck behind a desk, a screen, or an ego to judge how I believe the world should be better. I want to get out there, ask the hard questions, hear stories, love better, and put some action behind my words. I refuse to assume someone else will do the things to change the world. I refuse to let myself get stuck in a 9-5, Starbucks sippin, get to my next appointment, check off my love people to do list to justify my selfishness and conclude that as living my best life. I refuse. I can’t live my best life unless it is saturated with loving people, going places, and changing lives. The world is messy, imperfect, but so am I. I can’t wait to get it all right to change the world because a lifetime will pass before I even get close. I want to see developing countries start to thrive, communities become whole, everyone have a fighting chance, and isn’t “us and them” in how we see others. I want to see everyone - no matter where they live have a chance for employment, to start a business, provide for their family on their own, and live their best life. If it means walking in someone’s else shoes through the hard, messy stuff, then sign me up. And this is why, I’m an #IMPACTJUNKIE

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Everyone has a story. ⠀ ⠀ In Athens, Greece, a Syrian refugee named Widad and her son, Amer, are truly doing more with what they’ve been given. ⠀ After escaping on a raft and landing in Athens, they are now living in a fourth floor, one room apartment. Their joy and appreciation for life are what drive them. They use that drive to love others, and their love language is food. ⠀ Despite the limited space and resources, they once graciously cooked a full authentic Syrian meal for a team of Impact Junkies, and then shared the leftovers with neighbors. ⠀ They once trusted a raft to be their life saving device. Now, that device is a shirt that helps their business succeed. ⠀ ⠀ Maybe the hidden message in this shirt is that it saves and impacts more lives than we’ll ever know. Maybe yours is one of those? Let’s find out.⠀ ⠀ ⠀ **Alert: This shirt opens for pre-order this week! ⠀ Limited Time. Limited Run. ⠀ Reserve yours by sending us a DM!**⠀ ⠀ #canyourshirtdothat #TeamBlue

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#worldrefugeeday ✖️ When we pulled into the refugee camp just outside Athens, we didn’t quite know what to expect. We didn’t expect to see many smiling faces in the most difficult life circumstances. We didn’t expect to hear laughter. We didn’t expect to feel the community culture working to help each other. We didn’t expect to see entrepreneurs working to start coffee shops and restaurants in the camp. We heard stories of lost and killed family members, of fleeing the wars. We saw determination in the face of despair. We saw people trying to follow the legal procedures and red tape. We saw private organizations and random individuals with a passion trying to create opportunity. Most of all, we saw human resilience and hope in action. ❤️ If you see a problem in the world, don’t just sit back and complain. Educate yourself and start something that creates sustainable change. • • • @impactjunkie can help you with that. • • • Now, months after loving, listening, and learning... we are about to announce some amazing refugee driven ventures that are so unbelievably awesome. Can’t wait! ✖️✖️✖️✖️ #impactjunkie #refugees #refugeecamp #refugeecrisis #lovepeople #goplaces #changelives #startventuresthatchangelives #startup #socent #socialenterprise #businessforgood #refugeeentrepreneurs #refugeebusiness #womenentrepreneurs Check out: @homeprojectorg

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Buy a chicken (or 100!) to start Chicken Farms in Belize.

Sustainability is key when launching ventures that changes lives - it's our heartbeat. We have been challenged to start something beyond giving one time, but what if we gave something more? What if we gave opportunity to start a business venture, empower individuals to become venture owners, and be a part of "Start Up Love." You not only purchased chickens, but you provided opportunity to employ 5 farmers in Belize, changing their futures forever. #changinglivesinthejungle

✖️✖️PUT YOUR MONEY TOWARDS SOMETHING THAT IS GOING TO TRULY IMPACT LIVES! EVERY "CHICKEN" YOU BUY WILL GO TOWARDS THE CHICKEN FARM VENTURES FOR THE AMAZING PEOPLE OF BELIZE! YOUR "CHICKENS" WILL HELP CHANGE THEIR FAMILIES, THEIR COMMUNITIES AND THEIR ECONOMY! ✖️✖️

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