Socially responsible clothing company Threads 4 Thought has teamed up with Operation Homefront to help make a difference in the lives of those who make the ultimate sacrifice for our freedom and security – our brave military troops and their families. Operation Homefront Villages assists wounded soldiers make the transition from military to civilian by providing them with free housing, counseling and transitional support. Threads 4 Thought believes in the important work OH is doing and decided to join forces with them.
To show their support, Threads 4 Thought is donating 25% of all sales from their best selling items to Operation Homefront Villages now through January 1st. In addition, visitors to the Threads 4 Thought site will have the chance to see some of the faces of these hometown heroes who served as models in their Home for the Holidays campaign. The Operation Homefront designated styles include over a dozen socially responsible clothing items from shirts and dresses for women to tops and jackets for men.
Threads 4 Thought began as a small graphic tee shirt business that sold products made exclusively from organic cotton, gave back to charity, and promoted a cleaner environment. It has since grown into a complete lifestyle brand. Staying true to their purpose of marketing socially responsible clothing, they use sustainable materials and work only with factories that treat their employees humanely, fairly and with respect. They also work closely with a number of charities, like Operation Homefront, to further the good that they do for others in the community and across the globe.