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Disability Power T-Shirts

Organized by Cole Anderson
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Disability Power T-Shirts Fundraiser - unisex shirt design - front
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Gildan Ultra Cotton T-shirt

Disabilty Power shirts to support NCIL!

All funds raised will go directly to National Council On Independent Living .
73 items sold
$1,190 raised
50 goal
Thanks to our supporters!
Gildan Ultra Cotton T-shirt
Unisex - Black
Organized by Cole Anderson

About this campaign

My name is Cole and I am a college student who uses a power chair. Freshman year I designed this power symbol as I found a new disabled community on campus and grew to embrace my disability. I also learned how this community fights for disabled rights. And so, after running a test batch last year and getting really positive feedback, I present to you: Disability Power T-Shirts to support the National Council of Independent Living. NCIL fights for the right of disabled citizens to live an independent and dignified life, and I am proud to support them.

Image Of Shirt:
Black T-shirt with Disabilty Power emblem on front center. Emblem is a white wheelchair accessibility symbol with a stylized raised fist in the center.


Anonymous 1 item
Hindley Williams 1 item

I am a dedicated staff member at NCIL, and I know firsthand about the important work that we do. I want to play a part in making sure that this work continues, and it can't be accomplished without donations, including this generous campaign.

Kimberly Meck 1 item
marlin lackas 1 item


Kathleen Downes 1 item
Hannah Langlie 1 item + $25

Y'all rock! Keep fighting the good fight!

Gennarose Pope 1 item

It's not the disability that's the problem, it's society's attitude and inaccessibility. This must change.

Sherri Darrow 1 item + $25

Love you Rafi

Carla Norcott-Mahany 1 item

I was Associate Director of the ACLU of Kansas & Western Missouri when the ADA was finally signed into law, and I continue to support disability rights and access through my work as a grant writer.

Anonymous 1 item


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