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American Eagle's Help Haiti Tees Donate 100% of Sales to Charity

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On January 12th last year, a massive earthquake hit the nation of Haiti, resulting in between 200,000 and 250,000 deaths and $7.2 billion to $13.2 billion in damage, according to a report in the NY Times. As Haiti continues to try to rebuild, still, one year after the disaster, American Eagle has issued charity men's and women's T-shirts—priced at $15.50 each. One-hundred percent of the T-shirt sales will be donated to Concern Worldwide, a charity dedicated to working with the poorest people in the world to enable them to transform their lives.
· Help Haiti T-shirt, men's, $15.50 at
· Help Haiti T-shirt, women's, $15.50 at
· Concern Worldwide [Official Site]