Supreme and Takashi Murakami‘s recent charitable initiative saw the duo joining forces to create a special Box Logo T-shirt that provided funds to HELP USA, a charity that provides vulnerable youths and families with shelter, food, and essential services. The entire stash of collaborative T-shirts sold out in seconds and the entirety of the have been calculated and sent to HELP USA: a whopping $1,052,040 USD.
Brooklyn-based HELP USA is the latest recipient of Supreme’s charitable push, but the skate brand has offered thoughtful drops in the past. Recently, it partnered with former creative director Luke Meier’s OAMC for an immigration initiative and it once created a bespoke teddy bear in partnership with Louis Vuitton to benefit the BBC’s Children in Need.
Even if you missed out on the limited edition Supreme T-shirts, you can still donate funds for charitable aid via HELP USA’s website.
Meanwhile, Supreme’s ongoing seasonal drops continue with its forthcoming Barbour partnership.
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HELP USA is deeply grateful to @supremenewyork for donating $1,052,040 in sales of their relief T-shirt to HELP USA's #COVID-19 Emergency efforts and services for homeless families and individuals. This incredible gift comes in a time of our clients' greatest need and supports our work nationally to provide the most vulnerable with a safe place to call home, food, and essential services during this crisis and beyond. #HELPHeroes #HELPisHere #dogoodfeelgood