From our ANTI POVERTY SOCIAL CLUB collection: because having a disability should not mean living in poverty
Did you know? 22% of people in Canada live with a disability, yet 41% of the people who live in poverty are disabled (DisabilityWithoutPoverty.ca). The food insecurity rate in the province of Ontario is 13.3%, yet for households relying on disability benefits, the rate jumps to 60% (FoodShare.net).
Proceeds from the Anti Poverty Social Club collection flow towards initiatives to eliminate poverty in the disability community.
You can never go wrong with an essential zip hoodie; great for chilly days, it’s both stylish and comfortable.
- Perfect for eco conscious customers
- Organic cotton/Recycled polyester blend
- Regular fit
Organic cotton is naturally grown without any use of chemical pesticides or fertilizers and has not been genetically modified (non-GMO). Organic cotton is harvested and produced in a way that benefits the environment, creating biodiversity and promoting good health and quality of life for farmers and their communities.
|A) Length (cm)||65.00||68.00||72.00||74.00||76.00||78.00||80.00|
|B) Half Chest (cm)||49.00||51.50||54.00||57.00||60.00||63.00||66.00|
|C) Sleeve Length (cm)||61.50||64.00||65.50||67.00||68.50||70.00||70.00|
|A) Length (inches)||25.59||26.77||28.35||29.13||29.92||30.71||31.50|
|B) Half Chest (inches)||19.29||20.28||21.26||22.44||23.62||24.80||25.98|
|C) Sleeve Length (inches)||24.21||25.20||25.79||26.38||26.97||27.56||27.56|
|Wash||Machine, warm, inside out, similar colors|
|Dry Clean||Do not dry clean|
|Iron||Do not iron|