Love Vancouver? Love CHV? Then have we got something for you!

Vancouver, we love you [the tshirt project] created a shirt that’s not a shirt and through it they are helping Vancouver’s homeless youth. Our thanks to Sarah and Vancouver, we love you for all their support.

Check out their creative and kind idea:

Created by local entrepreneur Sarah Shandl, Vancouver, we love you [the tshirt project] is an idea to show off one of the most popular cities in the world with a unique twist. What started as a simple love of comfy shirts and a great city has become a growing movement, locally and internationally. Besides being a t-shirt company, it’s also an online community for fans of Vancouver to show off their favorite spots. Customers purchase a Vancouver, we love you t-shirt, take a picture wearing it in their favorite Vancouver location, and post the photo, along with a description of why they love that spot, on www.vancouverweloveyou.com.

Vancouver’s popularity as a tourist destination has also brought international attention to the project, with a large percentage of support coming from overseas. “It was a really obvious idea to me,” says Shandl. “The project is great to let visitors show their love for our city, as well as locals to show off their favorite secret locations that may not be the obvious spots everyone thinks of right away. Everyone has a special reason for loving this city, we want to know why.”

The project is also a means to support Covenant House Vancouver. Ten percent from every t-shirt sale goes to the local organization, which provides food, shelter, clothing, and counseling to the estimated 500 – 1000 street youth in Vancouver.

Vancouver, we love you [the tshirt project] created a shirt that’s not a shirt and through it they are helping Vancouver’s homeless youth. Our thanks to Sarah and Vancouver, we love you for all their support.

Check out their creative and kind idea:

Created by local entrepreneur Sarah Shandl, Vancouver, we love you [the tshirt project] is an idea to show off one of the most popular cities in the world with a unique twist. What started as a simple love of comfy shirts and a great city has become a growing movement, locally and internationally. Besides being a t-shirt company, it’s also an online community for fans of Vancouver to show off their favorite spots. Customers purchase a Vancouver, we love you t-shirt, take a picture wearing it in their favorite Vancouver location, and post the photo, along with a description of why they love that spot, on www.vancouverweloveyou.com.

Vancouver’s popularity as a tourist destination has also brought international attention to the project, with a large percentage of support coming from overseas. “It was a really obvious idea to me,” says Shandl. “The project is great to let visitors show their love for our city, as well as locals to show off their favorite secret locations that may not be the obvious spots everyone thinks of right away. Everyone has a special reason for loving this city, we want to know why.”

The project is also a means to support Covenant House Vancouver. Ten percent from every t-shirt sale goes to the local organization, which provides food, shelter, clothing, and counseling to the estimated 500 – 1000 street youth in Vancouver.

“The project is definitely more than just another t-shirt,” says Shandl. “It’s a declaration of our love for our city and for the belief that we can make it better for everyone that calls these streets home.”

To learn more about the Vancouver, we love you [the t-shirt project], upcoming events we will be involved in, or to order shirts, please visit www.vancouverweloveyou.com.