Monday, July 29, 2019

Noah's Kindness Project Shirts, Hats and more!

With this being our 5th year of Noah's Kindness Project, we are getting down to the final colors of the rainbow for the t-shirts.  We have yellow and orange left.  Yellow has always been my favorite color, so I'm excited to share that the shirts this year will be that!

The other exciting thing we are doing this year, is that we have partnered with our friends Carrie (Knox's Mom) and Heather who have offered us the ability to provide long sleeve shirts, sweatshirts and even hats with our NKP logo. While it is always hot here in Phoenix for NKP, for our friends in other places, like Iowa, a long sleeve shirt or sweatshirt feels nice in the fall.

We are simplifying things for everyone and if you'd like to order you can go to this online store, place your order and in a few weeks after, your items will be shipped directly to you.

Unlike in the past where everything was shipped to us and then we shipped it to you, this year Carrie and Heather have agreed to manage that for us and so when you place your order, the shipping cost will be automatically calculated and payment taken care of right then and there.  With having a newborn at home  (sorry couldn't help but insert cute baby picture here), I'm so thankful for their offer to take care of that for us this year!

Please visit our online store at :
Select ‘NKP’ from the SHOP menu and place your order today!

We are only having our online store open from July 29 until August 9th, so please make sure to order between these dates!

And don't forget to make sure you've got the correct date for our project this year!!!!
September 28, 2019!

We so look forward to those who can participate with us. Please visit the store today and get your gear for this year's event!

Noah's Kindness Project Pop Up Store: 
Select ‘NKP’ from the SHOP menu

Thank you for your support!

Until next time,

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