Humble Beginnings (The Journey)

Humility Clothing Co. started in the fall of 2015, and since then we have changed the logo and rebranded through trial and error.  The company which was started by owner David J. Garvin Jr. has grown tactfully in the past year and a half.  The journey has been a long, but successful one so far, with the help of our supporters and wonderful screen printer /designer by the name of Ernest Perry of ESP Graphx who has become our sole printer.  He has helped bring our visions to life endlessly throughout our partnership.  This company envisions strengthening the relationship between community and the brand throughout our growth.  Humility strives to make the brand a staple in communities around the world through charitable works and community engagement.  

 

The brand has been working on its charitable events and partnerships since 2016.  The first charitable event that the brand took on was not planned.  The owner stated that he woke up one January morning after quitting his full-time job to focus on the brands growth and GOD gave him the vision to donate all profits for the whole month to FLINT, MI.  At the time Flint, Michigan was going through a water crisis, which is still happening as we type this up.  The company was able to send more than 500 gallons of water, while teaming up with Hillside High School in Durham, NC for the shipping of the supplies.  The next cause we were humbled to be part of was DMV Hustle Hard's Kenya initiative where we supported one of the students tuition for the school semester.  

The brand consists of 3 pillars,  The three pillars consist of Humility Clothing Co. the fashion brand, Humility University which is the representation of our scholarship and charitable works, and lastly the Humble Society, which is made up of all of our supporters and partnerships.  Those that are part of the Humble Society will receive exclusive access to premium events, first look at limited clothing and more.  Humility Clothing Co. wants to be the peoples brand and they are currently working on ways to become just that.

"To whom much is given, much is required."

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