T-shirts with a mission

Dear fellow Hanoverians:

COVID-19 down-time is sparking some creative juices amongst Hanover’s kids.
I’ve received fundraising and kid-for-hire flyers from young neighbors in
my mailbox…and now this town-wide effort in my in-box! Love it!

Sharing Smiles was created by two teenage sisters from Hanover, Bella and
Norah Kelley, who wanted to spread happiness and make people smile. Their
goal is to make people happy through their t-shirts. Their t-shirts are a
surprise and you won’t know which one you are getting until it comes to
you, but each one is equally special. Whether it be their Happy:) shirt,
Smile:) shirt, or Laugh:) shirt, you will love these tie-dye creations!

With each t-shirt bought, 10% of the profit will be donated to
TinySuperheroes. TinySuperheroes empowers children with disabilities or
illnesses to help them through hard times. Each child gets their own
superhero cape and Sharing Smiles will be donating money to help sponsor
more children to get their capes. The TinySuperheroes are always spreading
smiles through their bravery, so help Bella and Norah help them by
purchasing a Sharing Smiles tie-dye t-shirt or sending it as a surprise
gift to a friend.

Visit www.sharingsmilesshop.com or follow them on Facebook (Sharing Smiles
Shop) or Instagram (@sharingsmilesshop) to see their shirts! For further
information, contact information is on their website.

For “Around Town on the Web”,
Cathy H-B

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