The Local Locale partners with the Women's Center for Advancement
Because Women t-shirt fundraiser to provide awareness and funds for important local non-profit
Omaha, Nebraska – April 2, 2019: The Local Locale, the specialty design and screen printing shop focusing on local culture, today announced it has partnered with the Women's Center for Advancement to raise money and awareness through the company’s "Because Women" t-shirt sales.
“I wanted to work with the WCA on this to help spread the word about the critical work they do,” says The Local Locale founder, Scott Allison. “We decided on 'Because Women' hoping it would start conversations about the role that women play in our lives and community.”
The Local Locale, in addition to graphic design, web design, branding consulting, and traditional screen printing, can offer its clients the ability to establish online stores with very low upfront costs, no minimums, and no maintenance fees for setting up and hosting online retail stores.
For this fundraiser, running through Mother's Day, The Local Locale is offering $15 shirts, $5 of which will be donated to the WCA.
The Local Locale t-shirt designs can be seen and purchased through the company’s online store.
About The Local Locale
The Local Locale is a design and branding consultancy and screen printer. The Local Locale helps entrepreneurs, non-profits, and small business owners establish their brands and design aesthetic. In addition to design and consulting services, the company creates and sells unique apparel that celebrates the places and passions of the local community.
Its unique service offering includes the development, hosting, and fulfillment of online stores for its clients with low upfront costs, no inventory charges, set-up fees, or maintenance charges. Visit the website and online store at www.thelocallocale.com.
About the Women's Center for Advancement
The WCA is the designated direct service provider for victims of domestic violence and sexual assault in Douglas County. We are dedicated to helping clients stay safe and grow strong by addressing both their immediate safety needs and their long-term self-sufficiency.
For more than a century, the WCA has led Omaha in serving the critical needs of domestic violence and sexual assault victims. The WCA’s multi-faceted approach provides vital services including, but not limited to, the Omaha Metropolitan area’s domestic violence and sexual assault crisis hotline, advocacy, individualized case management, pro bono legal services, therapy, peer-led support groups, self sufficiency and career programs.To learn more about the WCA, visit https://wcaomaha.org/.