VR Foundation is pleased to announce a generous gift in-kind from the Russian fashion producer and retailer TVOE, valued at $15,000. The gift represents 1,500 to-be-customized T-shirts for our first fundraiser, the Vi-Tee campaign. VRF hopes to turn a basic fashion element the T-shirt into a charitable work of art. Read more
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