Kors has created a Watch Hunger Stop T-shirt but this isn’t your standard slogan T-shirt which hopes to provoke and engage, it is creating tangible results too because for every person who posts a picture of themselves wearing it on any social media platform using the hashtag #WatchHungerStop, Kors will personally donate 100 meals to children in need.
He has also released a limited-edition watch for the campaign (pictured below) and for each watch sold, Kors will donate $25 to the United Nations World Food Program (WFP) and as well as 100 meals to children in need.
Academy award winning actress Halle Berry, a partner in Watch Hunger Stop, travelled to Nicaragua on behalf of Watch Hunger Stop and Michael Kors in July where she accompanied WFP on a field visit to see the school meals programme in action.
You can buy the watch online from www.michaelkors.com/watchhungerstop and the T-shirts are available (for free) from Michael Kors stores until the end of October (while stocks last).
If you haven’t got the T-shirt yet, it’s not too late. Designer Michael Kors will personally donate 100 meals to children in need for each person who posts a photograph wearing his Watch Hunger Stop T-shirt on any social media platform using the hashtag #WatchHungerStop. Customers can pick up their free T-shirt at Michael Kors stores until the end of October.