Louisiana-based band Cane Hill just released a new shirt to help support the flood victims in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. The proceeds from the special edition shirt will go to Second Harvest, an organization assisting in relief efforts. The shirt design is available for purchase here and you can take a look at the design, as well as read a statement from vocalist Elijah Witt below.
“While we were thousands of miles away, we got to watch on TV as our state flooded leaving thousands homeless. There’s been limited media coverage even though the scale of damage is similar to Katrina. Since we’re physically home in limited spurts, we want to do everything we can to help the cause. The shirt we designed has a magnolia, the official flower of Louisiana, with ‘unsinkable’ under it to represent the resilience you can only find in the people of Louisiana. All proceeds from this shirt will be going to Second Harvest to provide food for displaced families.” – Elijah Witt