Welcome to MulTEEpurpose.com, working with you to make a difference one TEE-shirt at a time.
Revolutionizing both fashion and activism, MulTEEpurpose enables consumers to impact the world with their style.
Through our “Effortless Activism” system a small donation (roughly 20% of retail price) will be made to partner nonprofit organizations for every TEE-shirt we sell. Both stylish and meaningful, each shirt literally embodies a unique commitment to positive change.
Effortlessly connecting consumers to causes, making a difference has never been so easy. To learn more check out the link below.
"Young Voter Strategies, a project of the Graduate School of Political Management at George Washington University (GSPM), provides parties, candidates, and consultants with data on the youth vote in 2004 and advice on how to effectively mobilize this electorate for upcoming elections. We are committed to make the targeting of young voters a more permanent part of electoral strategies."
The Institute for Democracy, Education, and Access is a network of UCLA scholars and students, professionals in schools and public agencies, advocates, community activists, and urban youth. IDEA's mission is to make high quality public schooling and successful college participation routine occurrence in low income neighborhoods of color. Research and advocacy are the tools IDEA uses to empower individuals, build relationships, and create knowledge for civic participation and social change. Linking a great public research university with committed educators and supportive community alliances, IDEA seeks to become the intellectual home of a broad based social movement that challenges the pervasive racial and social class inequalities in Los Angeles and in cities around the nation.
The Close Up Foundation (www.closeup.org) is the nation’s largest nonprofit (501(c)(3)), nonpartisan citizenship education organization. Since its founding in 1970, Close Up has worked to promote responsible and informed participation in the democratic process through a variety of educational programs.
Each year, more than 20,000 students, teachers, and other adults take part in Close Up’s programs in Washington, D.C. Since the inception of its Washington-based programs in 1971, the Close Up Foundation has welcomed nearly 650,000 students, educators, and other adults to the nation’s capital. Read our Mission Statement to learn more about our philosophy and guiding principles.