Thomas Rhett Designs Tee to Raise Funds for 147 Million Orphans
Thomas Rhett knows how to write a hit single and break it down when he’s performing on tour, but the country star is now letting his fashion taste take the front seat.
Teaming up with a local Nashville brand called Project 615, Rhett designed a special ‘Home Team’ t-shirt to honor his crew on the road as well as his huge accomplishment of selling out two back-to-back nights in Music City. With big, bold letters writing out ‘Home Team’ and a clever placement of the Tennessee stars for the ‘O,’ Rhett hopes fans pick up a tee or two to support 147 Million Orphans, an organization he and wife Lauren Akins work very closely with.
“In celebration of our two sold out HomeTOWN #HomeTeamTour shows in Nashville, @project615 and I teamed up to create an exclusive #HomeTeam T for y’all, available for the next two weeks at project615.org of the profits will benefit @147million! Limited quantities will be available at BOTH Nashville shows, can’t wait to see y’all in red supporting your neighbors AND the 147 kids #promoted,” Rhett captioned his cute Instagram ad alongside his beautiful lady.
The country couple has always been actively supportive of 147 Million Orphans and is, in fact, adopting a child this year to join their other biological bundle of joy due in a few short months. The organization strives to provide food, water and shelter to orphans and those in poverty while also bring worldwide awareness to the orphan crisis.
Project 615 strives themselves upon being a charitable clothing company that sells shirts, tank tops and more to give back to organizations helping those struggling with homelessness, addiction and mental illness. The shirt designed by Rhett will be available for purchase on the site for two weeks only.