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Crazy Shirt Donates Proceeds from Big Island Kokua T-Shirt to American Red Cross

May 29, 2018, 1:41 PM HST
* Updated May 29, 1:42 PM
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Honolulu-based Crazy Shirts announces that it has donated $25,000 in proceeds from the sale of its Big Island Kokua t-shirts to the American Red Cross. With its earlier $5,000 contribution and in-kind donation of clothing items, the company has given more than $50,000 to support Red Cross disaster relief, including efforts on Hawai‘i Island.

Crazy Shirts President Scott Maroney presents $25,000 donation to American Red Cross of Hawai‘i Chief Executive Officer Coralie Chun Matayoshi to support Red Cross disaster relief, including efforts on Hawai‘i Island. Crazy Shirts donated a portion of proceeds for a limited-edition Big Island Kokua design.

“We are so grateful to Crazy Shirts for their generosity, compassion, and aloha in helping those affected by the volcanic activity,” said Coralie Chun Matayoshi, Chief Executive Officer for the American Red Cross of Hawai‘i. “Their donation will support relief efforts to those in need.”

“Hawai‘i is a close-knit community, so it’s important for us to lend a hand when our neighbors are in need and we’re proud that our fans also demonstrated their support,” said Scott Maroney, President of Crazy Shirts.

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