We love working with families and individuals who care about our mission and appreciate our designs.

Here are some ways you can support Inclusivi-tee and increase your positive impact on the world:

Buy a t-shirt
Use our printing services
Book a decorating party
Volunteer at an event
Work for us

Buy a shirt: Click here to shop our store.  

Use our printing services:

Inclusivi-tee would love to be your printing source for bags, tees, or other apparel. Whether your design is one color or multicolored, we can create a beautiful product that will highlight your words or image. We can use your print-ready file (layered files, AI or similar) or create a file from your graphics. Contact us for more information: information@inclusivi-tee.com Here are some samples of our printing services:

Book a decorating party:

If you are looking for a great activity for a birthday party, family reunion, or community gathering, consider a decorating party with Inclusivi-tee. You choose a graphic, which we print on bags or shirts of your choosing. We bring decorating materials so every participant leaves with a personalized takeaway. The party can include conversations on kindness and food/beverage as requested. Please contact us for more information information@inclusivi-tee.com.  

Volunteer at an event:

We hold community events on a regular and on-going basis. From small awareness-raising concerts to galas and multi-day community-wide celebration, we work hard to be involved and active. If you like our mission and enjoy coordinating or hands-on involvement in community events, please contact us information@inclusivi-tee.com.
For more information about our events, click here.

Career opportunities:

Career opportunities will be listed as they occur. We are in the process of growing, so please check back.


One of our nonprofit partners this year is Sigma’s Bookshelf, www.SigmasBookshelf.com, what is believed to be the first book publishing company exclusively for teen authors. "Empowering teen writers to become published authors. Making books authored by teenagers “a thing.”" Justin M. Anderson, Founder, Sigma's Bookshelf

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