Quarterwear.org is a clothing company that impacts lives through charity with every sale. The “quarter” in our name represents this commitment to making a tangible impact in 25 lives. Every purchase from the current Merci collection donates $2.50 to feed 25 children through the nonprofit Feeding Children Everywhere (FCE).
Our Current Charity Partner
Feeding Children Everywhere
Feeding Children Everywhere has a commitment to those THEY serve — to provide the healthiest meals possible for children and families around the world. Their meals are all-natural with no artificial flavorings. Learn more at www.feedingchildreneverywhere.com
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Quarterwear was founded on a belief in supporting, thanking and encouraging people who are committed to solving the world’s most fundamental and difficult problems. There is something special about these problem solvers – the nonprofits, social enterprises and change-makers who focus on social issues, causes and the double bottom line. Countless lives have been made exponentially better their acts. And we are committed to making it easier for them to change the world and the people in it for the better.
Individuals and organizations like these should be given more than chapters in future history books. They should be rewarded and supported today.
Standing ovations are meant for these men, women and organizations.
Quarterwear.org is a for-profit business, with every sale donating a portion of the proceeds to impacting 25 lives through a a partnering nonprofit.
Founded and based out of Central Florida, Quarterwear.org was made possible those with a desire to encourage social good. Quarterwear is for thoughtful, united and committed people who believe that they can change the world for the better.
American Author, Margaret Mead was unknowingly referring to this company’s origins when she said to “Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed people can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has.”
Quarterwear.org Founded in 2014 | Re-established in 2017