For this specific design, Frillz wanted make something that he, along with other friends, seem to miss due to the quarantine: enjoying the Spring weather and getting an elote from the local stand. However, while some of us have the privilege to stay indoors, people who run these stands, many of them being undocumented, are still out on the street vending because they can't afford to stay home. Frillz partnered with Rowboat Creative and their Creatives Who Care initiative to help raise immediate funds for each tee sold. 100% of proceeds will be donated to Border Kindness.
Border Kindness provides asylum-seekers, migrants, refugees, and the displaced with comprehensive services that include food, shelter, clothing, medical care and legal services.
The Border Kindness programs and interventions are designed to identify, protect and nurture the most vulnerable – including women, children, elderly and families. Border Kindness believes everyone should have the opportunity to live free of pain, hunger, intimidation, and fear.