Product (RED) is starting to catch on as many more powerhouse brands join the team. Converse has just released their 1Hund(RED) collection where they have invited 100 artists to create a unique line of shoes to celebrate artistic spirit and help fight AIDS in Africa. See some of the amazing designs:
Dell has also joined the cause and teamed up with some talented artists inviting them to create something that expresses their individuality and also the unity in their goal to fight AIDS in Africa.
You can actually have a laptop PERSONALIZED by on of the amazing artists: Joseph Amedokpo, Siobhan Gunning or Bruce Mau. $20 of every purchase goes to The Global Fund to support help fight AIDS.
In 2007, Andy Jenkins, the Art Director of Girl Skateboards, created special edition Eric Koston signature boards for (RED). From Andy’s original set of paintings came 2 different Girl boards which, when put side by side, made complete the Girl logo inside the (RED) embrace. It’s really cool that it takes 2 skateboards to get the complete image – together we are more powerful and we can make a difference. ….insert dramatic music here ;)….
With every board sold, Girl gives a majority of its profits to the Global Fund.
Designer Susan Hanover has added two (PRODUCT)RED bracelets to her internationally-acclaimed line of jewelry.
These beautiful bracelets are available on susanhanoverdesigns.com. 50% of purchases will go to the Global Fun.
Each time you buy a (RED) product, at no extra cost to you, the company that makes that product will donate a large percentage of their income to buy and distribute antiretroviral medicine to distribute to our brothers and sisters dying of AIDS in Africa. AIDS in sub-saharan Africa is an epidemic and with 2 pills a day they can survive and live more normal lives.