Japan Relief T-Shirt Round-Up

Filed under: Fashion, Gear Guides: Babies, Gear Guides: Toddlers & Preschoolers, Gear Guides: Big Kids, Gear Guides: Tweens, Gear Guides: Teens

Watching the aftermath of the earthquake and tsunami in Japan makes us want to open our hearts -- and maybe our wallets -- to help. And, with so many products with proceeds going to relief efforts popping up, it's easy to support those in need.

Just because your baby can't walk yet, doesn't mean he can't make a difference, too. We rounded up our favorite Japan relief kids T-shirts and baby onesies.

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Credit: CafePress.com

Baby Onesies from CafePress.com: $15

A portion of the profits from sales will be donated to the American Red Cross – Japan Earthquake and Pacific Tsunami.



Kids T-Shirts from CafePress.com: $18-$20

A portion of the profits from sales will be donated to the American Red Cross – Japan Earthquake and Pacific Tsunami.




My Shirt Helps: $20

Funds are going to the International Medical Corps, Save the Children and Samaritan's Purse.




Hide & Seek Clothing
: $22

Profits will go to Save the Children: Emergency Response, Japan Earthquake & Tsunami Relief Fund: A GlobalGiving Project, Hands on Tokyo, American Red Cross



Credit: Merchline.com

Merchline.com: $20

One hundred percent of the proceeds of the sales of this shirt will go toward The Salvation Army's relief efforts in Japan.
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