IMPACT NYC Brands Rasies Donations to Support Victims in Paris Attack
Released on: November 16, 2015, 3:14 am
Apparel & Fashion
Queens, New York, November 16, 2015 -- /EPR NETWORK/ -- IMPACT NYC Apparel has issued a call to action after the attacks in Paris. The online store will be increasing their usual donations by 10% in order to support our brothers and sisters in Paris. From today, November 15, until November 31st, 20% of all profits from their ‘Impact NYC Brand’ collection will be donated to the French Red Cross. Additionally, 20% of all profits from their ‘Support Our Troops’ collection will be donated to the Wounded Warrior Project in order to support American soldiers who are being sent to Paris. You can purchase from these collections by visiting www.impactnyc.bigcartel.com.
Founder and Co-owner, Natalie Seitz (age 21), started IMPACT NYC Brands in order to be able to donate to causes that truly need the support. Seitz’s father joined the military after 9/11 and was deployed for two tours, a total of two years, in Kuwait and Afghanistan. Aware of the sacrifices required by military families, Seitz started IMPACT NYC Brands with the idea of donating to foundations such as the Wounded Warriors Project.
IMPACT NYC Apparel is an online clothing store. Founded by Natalie Seitz and Andrew Gonsalves, IMPACT NYC is more than a brand, it’s a call to action. Seitz and Gonsalves hope to inspire the Millennial generation through their business ethics and their products. All clothing is designed and printed by Seitz and Gonsalves in New York City using Gildan Brand apparel.
Contact-Details: Natalie Seitz