Fashionista: KNO Clothing – It’s about ending homelessness

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Last Updated on December 29, 2017 by Ellen Christian

Compared to many, I’ve lead a pretty amazing life. I have never known true hunger. I’ve never faced an evening not knowing where I was going to sleep that night. That’s a lot more than some people can say and for that I am truly thankful. Homelessness is a problem that shouldn’t exist in a country as privileged as ours and KNO Clothing is making a difference.

When you shop at KNO Clothing, they give 50% of their profits to help end homelessness. Your purchase provides an article of clothing to someone in need and supports the work of their partners in 85 different communities across the United States. To date, their partners have housed over 10,500 people. Since July 2010, KNO Clothing has also donated 400+ articles of clothing to their neighbors in need.

KNO Clothing offers a variety of fashionable dresses and shirts that let you share their cause. I love knowing that my shopping dollars can make a difference! For each purchase you make, they donate an article of clothing to a person in need and fun organizations which help restore the lives of those experiencing homelessness in local communities.

The shirt I received is not only stylish but very confortable. It’s even made of 100% organic combed cotton! Most shirts are available in sizes extra small through extra large. You can find regular and v-neck styles as well as tanks and hoodies.  There is something for anyone on this site!

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KNO Clothing is one of the sponsors for the Fall Fashionista Event.  Stay tuned for an amazing giveaway coming soon!

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