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Subset Is Collaborating With 8th Corner Coffee And Brick Bear Clothing To Help The Homeless

By Sarah Finnan

September 11, 2019 at 9:26am

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Subset is collaborating with 8th Corner Coffee, Brick Bear Clothing and Inner City Helping Homeless (ICHH) Dublin to raise money for the homeless.

The groups have come together to design a limited-edition coffee-inspired T-shirt. 100% of the proceeds will go to the ICHH, which I’m sure you’ll all agree is a very worthy cause.

 

 

 

According to a video posted to Instagram, nearly 50% of the homeless population are kids, a fact which was a driving factor behind the collaboration. Only 100 T-shirts are being made though, so you’ll have to be quick if you want to nab one.

 

 

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FOR THE PRICE OF JUST 10 COFFEES, YOU CAN OWN A LIMITED EDITION PIECE OF ART AND HELP FIGHT THE BATTLE AGAINST HOMELESNESS IN IRELAND. . We've teamed up with @subset, @brickbearclothing and @ichhdublin to release these limited edition charity t-shirts inspired by our passion for coffee and our hunger to contribute to a meaningful cause. . We're only going to be making 100 and then they're gone forever. DON'T WAIT! ORDER YOURS NOW BEFORE THEY'RE ALL GONE. . 100% of the proceeds will go to the inner city helping homeless to help them combat the homeless epidemic we have in Ireland right now. . We're so so proud and excited about this. Help us make it a huge success. . If you can't donate, please share this post and spread the word.

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This isn’t the first time that Subset, a collective of artists, painters, photographers, filmmakers, designers and curators have come together for a good cause. In fact, just last year the group unveiled their Grey Area Project as they campaigned to raise €50,000 for the homeless.

Talented and thoughtful, their level of dedication to some of the country’s most vulnerable is something to aspire to.

Head to the 8th Corner website to get yours.

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