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H&M and Mentor Foundation USA Raise Awareness of Drug Abuse With T-Shirts

February 7, 2013

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The Mentor Foundation USA and H&M have teamed and created a limited edition line of t-shirts for men and women to raise awareness of substance abuse prevention. The shirts, which have been on sale since January 30th in most H&M stores, feature an anti-drug slogan that was chosen from a high school contest held at the end of 2012. The winning slogan, “Drug Free Works for Me,” was created by a student at Phelps A.C.E High School.

A portion of the proceeds from the sale t-shirts ($12.95) will go to the Mentor Foundation USA to continue their efforts against substance abuse amongst young people in the United States.

Photo Credit via H&M

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