toronto vs everybody

New Toronto T-shirt brand helps feed kids in need

Want to show your civic pride, feed the hungry, and look cool as hell? new Toronto-based T-shirt company is making all of that a surprisingly simple proposition. For every shirt Peace Collective sells, they've promised to donate a month's worth of school meals to a child in need through the World Food Program.

The standout: Their sleek Toronto vs. Everybody design ($30), which makes me want to band together with my fellow Torontonians and take on the world (in the nicest, most polite way possible.) They've also added a few other options, including floral Wu-Tang logo tees, for the sensitive hip-hop fan in your life.


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