The COURAGE Tee
The most important thing is not the trophy you win or the award you achieve; the most important thing is who you become in the process.
Wearers of the COURAGE tee understand that hard doesn’t mean something is bad; hard means something is worth doing. You show up again and again and again - because you know the ONLY way you can fail...is to not try.
. . . . .
Available in 2 colours:
- BLACK [super soft 100% organic GOTS* cotton]
- CHARCOAL [60% organic GOTS* cotton blended with 40% recycled polyester]
- Designed for versatility and stain-hiding capabilities!
- Sewn and custom printed by our [WFTO*] fair trade certified partner, Freeset Global, in Kolkata, India
Living-wage jobs transform AUTHOR clothing purchases into poverty-fighting weapons; inspiring kids to believe their daily choices really do have power to change the world.
Each t-shirt arrives packaged with a coordinating bookmark to make it a meaningful and memorable gift.
The Global Organic Textile Standard provides assurance that your purchases are writing brighter futures for vulnerable farming families through every step of organic cotton production.
Cotton-processing workers are paid living-wages sufficient to support their families and are kept safe by high workplace safety standards.
Water supplies of nearby communities are protected because GOTS manufacturers use only approved low-impact dyes and effective water treatment systems.
Food sources are protected by organic farming methods. Natural pest deterrents and predators make cotton crops safe enough for families to grow their own vegetables in the very same field.
Farming families enjoy greater economic security when they are spared from dependency on expensive pesticides required for conventional cotton production.
WFTO members are committed to respecting the environment by sourcing local, organic and recycled materials, and reducing energy use or using renewable energy where possible.
While the WFTO sets high business standards in 10 important areas, one of the most notable being a local living-wage; ensuring that, in no more than 48 hours of work per week, a worker receives enough income to cover the basics: food, water, housing, education, health care, transportation, clothing, plus some extra to save for emergencies, house repairs or life events.