UNIQLO’s PEACE FOR ALL Project Expands with New Designs, Surpasses RM36 Million in Donations

Global apparel giant UNIQLO announced the release of three new designs for its ongoing PEACE FOR ALL charity T-shirt project. Since its launch in June 2022, the project has raised over RM36 million (approximately 1.2 billion yen) for global peace initiatives.

The PEACE FOR ALL project features unique T-shirt designs created by friends of UNIQLO who support world peace. The latest designs come from renowned designer Tokujin Yoshioka, photographer Saul Leiter, and calligrapher Han Meilin.

Thanks to customer support, over four million PEACE FOR ALL T-shirts have been sold globally. These sales have translated into significant donations for UNHCR (the UN refugee agency), Save the Children, and Plan International, who use the funds for vital humanitarian projects.

New T-Shirt Details:

PEACE FOR ALL features designs from 41 collaborators and has sold over 4 million T-shirts to date. Profits from sales (20% of the selling price) are donated to UNHCR, Save the Children, and Plan International for global peace projects.

By purchasing a PEACE FOR ALL T-shirt, you’re not just getting a stylish piece of clothing – you’re contributing to a more peaceful world. Visit UNIQLO’s website or your nearest store to learn more and join the movement.

All pictures courtesy of Uniqlo Malaysia.

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