Thursday, April 20, 2017

The Semicolon Project is a faith-based movement “dedicated to presenting hope and love to those who are struggling with depression, suicide, and addiction."
Sadly, Amy Bleuel, the lady who started this project, passed away last month. In honor of her efforts, and to remind all of us that our story really isn't over...our version of the SemiColon, with two hearts, one for us and one for our children.
When you purchase a TAM shirt all proceeds go directly to our non-profit organization and the funds are used for special projects, spreading awareness and in support of all of the groups that support our members for printing costs, banners etc. for our members who do events and rallies. At last count we have over 82,000 members in all 65 groups combined.
We have some very exciting projects coming up that I'm not at liberty to share yet. Thank you for supporting our efforts at Sharing Without Shame and ending the stigma of addiction.
This shirt is available in women's short sleeves, unisex, long sleeves and a hoodie.
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