As a sign of gratitude, Human Rights Centre gifts the good donors who have donated at least 20 euros, a comfortable and ethical shirt which carries a simple but an important message – I support human rights. By wearing this shirt, you show that you care about human rights, and you share these values with others!
In the pictures, the human rights supporter T-shirts are worn by the Centre’s volunteer Joosep and the human rights ambassador Sigrid. According to Joosep, the supporter’s T-shirt is suitable for “a person who understands that there is power in unity, but at the same time does not underestimate the individual’s potential to influence our world.”
Is this you? Then make a donation! As donations are anonymous, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org after transferring money. Then we can talk in more detail about which shirt belongs to whom and how the owner can receive it.
All donations made to the Estonian Human Rights Centre always go to the right and important place: for the protection of human rights today and in the future. We are grateful for any support! Sigrid contributes to the Centre’s work as an ambassador of human rights: “I want to stand up for those who do not have a voice, so that they could get represented in society as well.”
The human rights defender’s shirts are made of organic cotton by a manufacturer certified by amphori BSCI responsible manufacturing certificate. They are black and white, in straight and slightly figure hugging cuts, and in sizes S to XL.
In short: how can you get a human rights supporter’s shirt?
1. Make a donation of at least 20 euros.
2. Write to us at email@example.com and let us know that you made a donation. Also let us know what kind of shirt you want!
3. We agree on how the T-shirt and the owner get together.
4. You become a happy human rights supporter shirt owner.
Since you are here...
It is important to protect everyone’s human rights, because it helps to keep stability and peace in the society. There are many challenges for protection of human rights in Estonia: intolerance has really come out of the closet. Bad things happen when good people are too passive, but together we can make a change.
Estonian Human Rights Centre is the competent, accountable and impactful independent human rights organisation in Estonia. Your recurring or one-time donation helps to stand up for human rights everywhere: in courts, in the media, in schools, in the workplace, on the streets and in governmental venues.
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