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The fiercest combination to walk the Earth: a will of steel...and a heart that is willing to be broken.
Spending their strength and power to defend the smallest and weakest, wearers of the TENACITY Tee know mama-bear love has little to do with biology and everything to do with a willingness to rise up and say, “Not on my watch.”
- BLACK - 100% GOTS Certified Organic Cotton
- CHARCOAL - 60% GOTS* Organic Cotton / 40% Recycled Polyester
- Stain-hiding colours
- Fair Trade handmade, WFTO certified
- Made by JOYYA, in Kolkata, India
Your family can love the stories behind these tees. Living-wage jobs mean brighter futures; from the farmer who planted the organic cotton seed to the seamstress who stitched the tag on.
Beyond the life-changing gift of an honourable job, profits shared from your TENACITY tee fund literacy classes, workplace childcare, budgeting classes and collaborative community initiatives.
Each t-shirt arrives packaged with a coordinating bookmark to make it a meaningful and memorable gift.
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ADULT SIZING: Our TENACITY Tees are unisex t-shirts sized down to be better suited to a Mama Bear fit. (Ex: a MEDIUM Tenacity is a unisex/men's SMALL)
If you're buying for a Papa Bear, or prefer a looser fit, please remember to SIZE UP.
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Birth of the TENACITY Tee
The TENACITY Tee was originally created in support of our friend Marissa Froese during her battle with breast cancer. Marissa was an early Author-inspiration in the daily living out of her belief that everyday purchases are an opportunity to "love our distant neighbour".
We continue to be inspired by her example of generosity, creativity, and her desire to show hospitality and kindness to neighbours near and far.
Marissa left this earth in December 2023 but leaves a legacy of life-well-lived in the service of others. The fruits of Marissa's work live on through her family and friends - and can also be enjoyed through her gluten-free cookbooks and sourdough course, available at Wyndelin.ca
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