Artwork designed by Oromocto First Nation artist Brooke Gillam
Artwork designed by Koyah Morgan-banke from Toquaht Nation and Secwépemc Nation
Pink Shirt FAQs
Can I customize our school, company, or organization's shirts with our own logo?
If you would like to order customized shirts, you need to contact us.
Can I get a reduced rate for bulk orders?
We offer reduced rates through our shopping cart for quantities 12 and up and quantities 24 and up. If you are ordering 500 or more, please contact us.
When will my order ship?
Once your order is placed, it will ship out the next day.
Where can I find your size chart or school/class order forms?
The size chart, school order forms, and other resources are available here.
Where do the proceeds go?
The Pink Shirt campaign allocates partial proceeds to the WITS Programs Foundation, a Canadian charity committed to fostering nonviolence in society. The foundation focuses on creating safe school and community environments for children, empowering them with essential tools to address negativity. Specifically, the funds generated from the campaign enable WITS to implement programs in Indigenous communities, working to prevent bullying and discrimination.
Your support directly contributes to the advancement of these crucial initiatives.
How do you choose the artwork?
Every year we hold a National art campaign open to Indigenous artists of all ages. The final artwork is selected by the Naut'sa mawt team, our Board of Directors, our Elders Advisory Council and our Youth Council.
We then pay to licence the design from the artist for a one year period for our Pink Shirt program.
The artist retains ownership of their artwork.
I love the design. Can I get permission to use it?
No. We do not own the artwork and can not give permission for you to use it. We can help you connect with the artist who may agree to licence their design to you for fair compensation.
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Meet the artist: Oromocto First Nation artist Brooke Gillam!Meet Brooke
Brooke is from the Oromocto First Nation Community in New Brunswick on the east coast of Turtle Island.
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