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Rhyme Clothing to assist wounded warriors for a cause
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Apr '12
Rhyme Clothing, stylish, high quality active wear that gives back to causes people care about, announced a partnership with Operation Homefront. As a designated Rhyme charity, Operation Homefront will receive 10 percent of the proceeds from purchases of Rhyme's line of t-shirts, polos, hoodies and sweatpants for women, men and children.

Operation Homefront provides emergency financial and other assistance to the families of our service members and wounded warriors. A national nonprofit, Operation Homefront leads more than 5,000 volunteers across a network of chapters and has met more than 590,000 needs since 2002. A four-star rated charity by watchdog Charity Navigator and with an “A” rating by the American Institute of Philanthropy, 94 percent of all donations to Operation Homefront goes to its programs.

“Operation Homefront is thrilled to partner with Rhyme&Reason brand clothing in support of our brave service members and their families,” said Jami Vass, Vice President of Development at Operation Homefront. “Rhyme makes it easy for people to see how much of their purchase helps our cause.”

Rhyme Clothing was founded in 2011 with the objective of creating a stylish, high quality brand of everyday active wear that benefits non-profit organizations. The company helps non-profits connect with donors and advocates by providing a turnkey, online store with a range of styles for men, women and children, and donating 10% of proceeds to the charity chosen by purchasers. Rhyme offers a new way for socially conscious consumers to look good and feel good.

“We're very pleased to be working with an organization that does so much to help our country's service members and their families,” said Vince Lagnese, CEO of Rhyme Clothing.

A nonprofit organization headquartered in San Antonio, Texas, Operation Homefront was formed in February 2002 to support the families of deployed service members immediately following 9/11.

Founded in 2011, Rhyme Clothing began as a very simple idea by a group of like-minded people with a diverse range of backgrounds. We believe that everyday active wear can have the quality and style of designer labels, and benefit causes people personally care about. Rhyme Clothing offers a growing list of non-profit organizations a turnkey way to raise funds, and a clear understanding to consumers of how their purchases are making a difference.

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