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Image Source Since being first ignited on Sept. 4 in the Sierra National Forest, what's known as the California Creek Fire, is continuing to destroy over 330,899 acres. A California apparel company rallied together to help those who have lost everything, creating the "Land That I Love"...

On September 15th SERV International broke ground on the House of Hope transitional house in Kenya that will become home to the graduating class of April 2021. This will provide housing for HOH children as they start a new phase in life to pursue a...

Custom hats can help you billboard your employees and brand supporters in a very affordable and effective way. Check out the options below to explore the latest and hottest trends in creating a unique brand for your business. Screen printing is a useful method of putting...

Image Source A Minnesota non-profit was able to spread their word in a very impactful way. Through acts of generosity individuals were able to earn a "Live Generously" tee. 5 years and over 7 million shirts later they continue spreading their message. Click here to read about...

Who would have thought goats could make you cry tears of sadness and joy all in one simple blog post? Please read this amazing story from Jan Smith and our friends at SERV International....

Our fearless leader, Eric, and his family go all out every year creating a very custom holiday card. This year was no different! They've been featured on Good Morning America for a second year in a row for their 2019 creation which features a nod...

We all know it's important to have current product for our promos right but what about all the old stuff? Don't trash it! My Smart Shirt found a company that recycles your old gear so you can feel good about getting your hands on the new...

On November 18th at Horizon West Middle School, some young entrepreneurs were given the chance to showcase their big plans for future business ideas in an event sponsored by the school's HOPE club. What a cool opportunity for such young people to realize they really...