These Cool Tees Inspired by UP Food Stalls Are for a Good Cause
All proceeds will go to the kiosk owners and vendors in UP Diliman.
(SPOT.ph) It's been half a year since the beginning of quarantine. Can you believe it? Within the span of six months, we've seen plenty of changes to our usual routines: face masks and face shields are now required when heading out, work meetings are done virtually, shopping for essentials is mostly done online, and schools and universities have shifted to online learning. Because of this, businesses both small and large have suffered losses—and those food stalls in schools and universities, specifically, have been badly hit since there are no students or teachers to serve. So, the Bigay Kaya 2020 team has started a T-shirt drive that will help raise funds for Samahang Manininda Sa UP Campus, Inc.—a group of vendors, food stalls, and kiosk owners in UP Diliman whose businesses have been affected by the pandemic.
The cool T-shirts feature a plain front with small "sama sama" branding on the left and a back design inspired by the popular food finds in UP Diliman like pancit canton with egg and fishball on the side. They come in three styles: Combo Tee White (P300), Combo Tee Black (P300), and Combo Tee Outline (P280). All proceeds will go to Samahang Manininda Sa UP Campus, Inc. (SMUPC) to help kiosk owners and vendors get through these challenging times. To order, simply fill out an order form. They accept payments made through BPI bank transfer, GCash, and PayMaya. The tees are only available until September 30. Take note that your orders are expected to arrive in three to four weeks from ordering, and that the prices are exclusive of delivery fees.
Here's a closer look at the shirts:
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