Young Brothers Use Apparel to Spread Unity, Community
Four young Arizona brothers created t-shirts to spread a positive message about working together.
Their organization, Goodness Unlimited, is focused on embracing positivity, community and giving back.
“One of the things we want to do with our brand is to bring more attention to the good in the world – a message that was positivity in action,” said Andrew Wilson, Jr. to AZFamily.
"One of the things we want to do with our brand is to bring more attention to the good in the world — a message that was positivity in action."
Andrew – along with younger brothers Adam, Anthony and Abram – got the idea when pondering the all-too-often problems of their generation: school shootings, bullying and teen suicide.
Knowing we’re all part of one American community, they wanted to do something about it, according to AZFamily.
Their idea was an organization aimed at spreading the power of goodness through apparel and giving back.
They created a line of trendy t-shirts, which now includes hats and stickers, proceeds of which go to their local St. Mary’s Food Bank and Feed My Starving Children.
They’ve also raised money for the Arizona Autism Charter school, PHX Children’s Hospital, and collected Christmas toys for children on behalf of UnitePHX.
“When we first started this, we didn’t even know it was going to grow to the magnitude that it has already within this year,” their father, Andrew Sr., told AZFamily.
For more information, visit GoodnessUnlimited.com.