Proceeds will benefit homeless shelters around Canada.
Wu-Tang Clan is all about proper hygiene. On Wednesday, the group announced their “Protect Ya Hands” collaboration with the plant-based brand Jusu. The sanitizer is one item in a campaign launched by the group and Ottawa, Canada, Mayor Jim Watson.
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Today we’re proud to announce the A Better Tomorrow Collection in collaboration with @jimwatsonottawa. We’re releasing three products to raise money for three Ottawa based causes. WE NEED OUR 36 CHAMBERS FAMILY TO STAND UP TODAY! Join us at the link in bio to help create #abettertomorrow for those who are less fortunate. 100% of profits going to causes providing mission critical services. Peace.
In addition to the sanitizer, the A Better Tomorrow Collection includes a T-shirt emblazoned with the Wu-Tang Clan’s famous logo and a reusable food bowl. For every bottle purchased, another will be donated to The Ottawa Mission, a homeless shelter in Canada.
Additionally, the collection benefits the Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario. The group explained its connection to Ontario in a statement on the 36 Chambers site. In early April, the group sent a donation and tweet in support of the Ottawa Food Bank.
“Within 48 hours,” they wrote, “that action helped spur an additional $280,000 in contributions. In turn, the thousands of people who donated have inspired us to further lend a hand during this unprecedented crisis.”
The sanitizer can be yours for $20. The T-shirt goes for $40, while the Pure Kitchen reusable bowl costs $21. Within eight hours of release, the group had to order another batch of t-shirts. That said, head to the link above and grab one while they’re in stock.
“Whether it’s through music, or our actions, the purpose of 36 Chambers and Wu-Tang, is to always see a better tomorrow.”
Source: Wu-Tang Clan Is Releasing “Protect Ya Hands” Brand Sanitizer
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