Social Enterprise, Freely Clothing Announces Launch of Their Inspirational T-Shirt Line and Monthly "Giving Chain Contest," Awarding Winner up to $1,000 to Aid Their Social Mission

NEW YORK (August 28th, 2015) Freely Clothing, a social enterprise and e-commerce retailer, has launched its fall apparel line and inaugural “Giving Chain Contest." The collection of positive graphic tees is now available online with 10% of each purchase going into the "Giving Bucket" as a part of the monthly contest. The first Giving Chain Contest will commence on September 1st with one person winning up to $1,000 to go towards a need in their community. By answering the question, “What would you do if you could give freely?,” on the Freely Clothing website, a contest entry is generated. At the end of each month, Freely Clothing chooses an individual to receive the Giving Bucket’s contents and use that money to fund their social mission. The winner's giving journey and resulting impact will be video documented.

"With our Giving Chain Contest, people have the chance to address the needs in their own communities even if they don't have the financial resources to do so themselves." said Tara Burke, founder of Freely Clothing. "Our contest gives everyone the chance to think about how they could give freely to someone and to ultimately encourage a lifetime of giving."

To see available styles and find out more about Freely Clothing's mission and ways to get involved please visit,

About Freely Clothing

Freely Clothing is the first social enterprise of its kind, hosting a monthly contest to give individuals the financial resources to enact change in their communities. The e-commerce brand was built on the fact that the millennial generation has a heart for giving, but often lacks the means to tackle these needs directly. Freely Clothing provides up to $1,000 of funding to aid one social mission each month through the sale of their inspirational graphic tees. The brand's focus is to offer individuals the chance to make a social impact regardless of their own financial circumstances. 
Cailin Burke 
Publicist, Freely Clothing LLC
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