Peace Collective Just Released A New Collection & All Proceeds Will Go To Canadian Red Cross

Peace Collective Just Released A New Collection & All Proceeds Will Go To Canadian Red Cross
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Supporting its communities and showing Canadian pride is what the Toronto-based brand Peace Collective is all about, and during the current circumstances, the brand’s message is even stronger.

From providing meals to those in need with all store purchases to offering store discounts to those who support partner food banks, Peace Collective always has giving back at the top of its priority list. And now, the Toronto brand has released a collection that directly helps with COVID-19 prevention.

Partnered with Budweiser Canada, Peace Collective has release a brand new collection and all the proceeds will be donated to Canadian Red Cross.

The initiative aims to help support the heroes on the frontlines and is inspired by Budweiser Canada’s recently launched One Team campaign.

In the Peace Collective x Budweiser Canada capsule collection, you’ll find shirts that feature the phrase “Home Team” with the words #OneTeam. The message is meant to remind us that Canada is at its best when we come together to make an impact for the greater good. At the end of the day, we’re all cheering for the Home Team.

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Pieces in the collection start at $35.

There are three different pieces you can shop: a long sleeve, a sweatshirt, and a t-shirt. If you’re looking for new loungewear and a way to support the Home Team, this is a great initiative to check out.

Shop the Peace Collective x Budweiser Canada collection.

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