It's a one of a kind t-shirt design and each one sold means more help for tsunami victims. The t-shirts read "ride the wave of hope". They're designed by Kilgore College's Trio program. The group is comprised of students with financial difficulties or disabilities, and they help tutor other college students.
This latest project helps the victims in Asia. "Somebody that doesn't have a house that's trying to struggle to survive right now, is going to have a house that they're going to have some place where they can go now," says Trio president Don Evans.
The t-shirts cost $10 a piece and all of the proceeds will go to tsunami victims. You can buy one of the t-shirts by calling Kilgore Jr. College.
Amy Tatum, reporting. email@example.com
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