HAPI Youth Launches New Secular Shirts

Posted by Javan Poblador | Posted on January 13, 2020

Another new milestone has been reached by the HAPI Youth as they launch their flagship fundraising project “The Apostate Collection” on Facebook on December 28, 2019. The Apostate Collection aims to start conversations on rational thinking and secularism in the country without being too much “in your face.”

Design

Good Without God

 

Sever the tethers of doctrinal thinking. Announce to the world that a person can do good without the promise of paradise, or the threats of eternal damnation. Walk the streets confidently with the “Good Without God” design, for only Php 275.00

 

Start Thinking

Its already 2020, right about time for books from generations who did not understand the world to stop ruling over how people live. Wake up from the dream, and “Start Thinking” for only Php 275.00.

Break Free From Religion

Evolution. Those that don’t understand it claim that it is an assault to their traditions, that merely believing in it is an affront to the world their deities created—going against what’s “natural” and “holy.” They don’t know, however, that for life to prosper, there must be change: evolution. Naturally.

To evolve, to soar higher, people must first free themselves from those that chain them down. “Break Free from Religion” now. Show the people freedom for only PHP 275.

All of our shirts are trademarked with the Humanists Alliance Philippines International (HAPI) logo at the back. HAPI is also the only secular organisation that is SEC-registered in the Philippines.

It is also interesting to note that all three designs are hand-drawn by members of HAPI Youth. Furthermore, proceeds will be utilized for the sustainability of future programs and plans of HAPI Youth which includes secular education, youth mobilization, environmental conservation and protection of human rights.

 

How to Order:

•If you are outside Dumaguete City, please provide us with your NAME, PHONE NUMBER, and ADDRESS FOR DELIVERY. Payment will be Cash on Delivery. Please be advised that there’s an additional charge of Php150.00 only for the shipping fee.

•If within Dumaguete, please provide us with your NAME and PHONE NUMBER for a scheduled meet up.

Send information to HAPI Youth FB page: https://www.facebook.com/hapi.youth/

SIZING CHART:

Please indicate again if you haven’t specified or want to change your order to QUANTITY/SIZE/COLOR/DESIGN. Also please specify if it’s lady-fit or not. (ex. 2/M/Black/Good Without God – Lady Fit)

 

 

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