Support Act is a charity, unique in Australia, helping artists and music industry who are facing hardship due to illness, injury or some other crisis that impacts their ability to work.
Last year, Support Act launched their long-awaited Wellbeing Hotline, a free and confidential support service for people in the music industry. Each year they also join forces with Levi’s on a special range of charity tees, asking Australia’s finest musicians to draw up their own designs.
Once again Support Act have partnered with Levi’s and six incredible Australian artists, release a limited edition range of charity t-shirts.
This year your closet could be blessed with a new shirt celebrating your favourites INXS, Parkway Drive, Ruel, Ocean Alley, Tkay Maidza or Angus and Julia Stone. What’s even better about these shirts is that 100 percent of net proceeds from the sales will be donated to Support Act.
While last year the limited edition shirts were only available in store, you can now buy these babies online, meaning no matter where you are, you can get your hands on one. Be sure to get in quick however – they’ll only be available for a strictly limited time.
Speaking about this year’s campaign, Winston from Parkway Drive shared:
“We’re very happy to be able to help contribute to the Support Act cause. Being part of the Music Industry for over 16 years now has lead to first hand insight and experience when it comes to the challenges of survival with an industry that is rapidly evolving.”
“This ever changing nature leaves us all in a constant state of flux with very little prospect of security. We are stoked to be able to help through the work Levi’s Support Act are providing.”
Through purchasing one of these shirts, you will not only look great, but help keep Support Act’s helpline running smoothly. Proceeds will allow the helpline to be staffed by professional counsellors that possess expertise in all areas regarding mental health. Furthermore, it will allow these resources to be accessible 24 hours per day, 365 days per year.
If you feel as though you would benefit from reaching out to Support Act, you can access the Wellbeing Helpline by calling 1800 959 500.
Head online and check out the formidable full range of Support Act T-shirts here.