's PA-wide sister publication Keystone Edge
profiles Give and Take
, a Pittsburgh HQ-ed line of funky, charitable tees. The line is sold nationally at Bloomingdale's, Urban Outfitters and other chic boutiques, and benefits nearly two dozen charities. A growing number of its designs are associated with celebrity charities, such as Comic Relief, and the firm is working with actress Charlize Theron's Africa Outreach Project and Live Aid.
Give and Take has launched a new T-shirt collection dubbed Glad Rags, which feature images of Great Depression-era hobo markings and codings. Proceeds from these shirts will benefit the National Alliance to End Homelessness.
Give and Take's proprietress, Shea Mullen, also runs CoCo's Cupcake Cafe in Shadyside.
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