Where does your money go?
Every purchase you make with Humility Clothing Co. will have a portion of the proceeds go to an initiative of your choice geared by our partners "The Humbled Initiative." This new experience is the "Pay it Forward" experience. We thank you for all that you do in the supporting of the brand and hope that you continue to support us as we continue to support the community. You will be able to give to these different causes below.
Tj Dunaway Scholarship
The TJ Dunaway Scholarship’s purpose is to provide financial help to students in their first year of college. The scholarship is to recognize student leadership while encouraging academic excellence. This scholarship is also to serve the purpose of honoring the late TJ Dunaway who was a man with incredible integrity, humility, and charisma.
Tariah Ferguson and Desmond Grady are the 2018 Scholarship Recipients of the T.J. Dunaway Scholarship. Ms. Ferguson will be attending Winston-Salem State University while Desmond Grady will be attending the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Congratulations to these two college bound recipients.
OUR partnership Why?
The Humbled Initiative is a firm believer of giving more than you receive. The non-profit was founded on the principle of helping the community through its time and resources. Humility Clothing knows that fashion is a gateway to individual cloth art but, it also allows the brand to give back in different communities around the world to promote unity. We use 10% of every order proceeds in a positive way while becoming a staple brand throughout the fashion industry.
The brand is striving to change communities by introducing positive statements, art, and imagery that creates and pushes a positive culture forward throughout society. When we say community it has a global focus because we are all human beings with a common goal to better ourselves and the people around us therefore, it will have a continuous relationship with "The Humbled Initiative" to promote positivity. Check out The Humbled Initiative (Here)