Where do you get your designs?
We get our designs from current and former teens at risk with artistic talent. We work closely with organizations all over the world that help and support teens at risk, and they often refer talented young people in their networks to us.
Who benefits from Tees at Risk?
For every shirt we sell, 10% of that sale goes to an organization that helps teens at risk, usually one designated by the artist who created the shirt.
How do you decide how much of sales proceeds to give to charity?
For all retail orders, we forward 10% of the sale price (not including shipping charge) to the charity that is designated to benefit from that shirt. That's right:10% of the sale price, not the "proceeds","profits", or anything else.
Is Tees at Risk a non-profit?
No. We are a Certified B Corporation. B Corporations are a new kind of company which uses the power of business to solve social and environmental problems. Our corporate charter explicitly says that we have to give away a certain percentage of our sales to charity. For more information on B Corporations see www.bcorporation.net.
Why does my checkout screen say "PrintMojo"?
PrintMojo is our fulfillment partner. When you order a shirt from us, PrintMojo helps us out by processing your payment and shipping the shirt to you.
Why don't I see "Tees at Risk" on my credit card statement?
Our fulfillment partner, PrintMojo, processes your payment and ships your Tees at Risk order. Your credit card statement may say "PrintMojo" on it instead of Tees at Risk.