Every shirt gives back to the child’s local animal shelter, pet rescue or sanctuary
Hendrick Boards, a leading apparel and skateboard company that gives back to local animal shelters and rescues with every purchase, today announced the launch of a new collection of clothing for the animal-saving, rescue-loving boy and girl.
The Kids Collection at Hendrick Boards features a colorful selection of shirts for boys and girls including The William Tee, depicting Hendrick Boards’ mascot, inspiration and rescue dog, William, and the “Rescued” tee, showcasing the importance of rescuing animals. Every purchase at Hendrick Boards triggers a donation to the customer’s local animal shelter, pet rescue or animal sanctuary.
“Hendrick Boards has brought the animal-saving shirts to kids of all ages so that everyone can show their support for saving and rescuing animals,” said David Hendrickson, Founder & CEO of Hendrick Boards. “Now, kids can save animals just by wearing a simple tee as each shirt triggers a $5 donation to his or her local animal shelter or rescue. It is a great way to get kids involved in causes at an early age.”
The Kids Collection at Hendrick Boards comes in a selection of 100 percent organic cotton and cotton/poly blend shirts. From extra small to extra large, the Kids Collection shirts is available in a variety of popular colors including blue, pink, grey and tan.
About Hendrick Boards
As recently featured on the hit show Glee, Hendrick Boards is an eco-friendly skateboard and apparel company that gives back to more than 150 local animal shelters, pet rescue programs and sanctuaries across the nation. David, Darren and Donny Hendrickson, 24-year-old identical triplets, launched Hendrick Boards in mid-2011 to support local efforts to save and rescue animals across the nation. Every purchase sparks a donation to the customer’s local animal nonprofit based upon the shipping address. Hendrick Boards’ best-selling product, the “Square It”, offers a new, limited edition product every two weeks with double donations.