HAPI’s New Shirts Celebrate the Humanist Cause

Posted by Contributor | Posted on January 15, 2023

HAPI’s New Shirts Celebrate the Humanist Cause

By Edgar Louis de Gracia
HAPI Scholar

Are you looking for a new comfortable shirt? Pues, look no further than HAPI’s latest t-shirt merch, featuring a variety of designs that fit all genders. Adults, teenagers, and even children are guaranteed a fresh piece if they want one.

Made from high-quality materials, the shirts are designed not only to keep you comfy but to spread the word about the humanist cause. Our shirts come in various colors and designs, ranging from solid colors to bold prints, and each of them stands out. We are also constantly updating our collection with new designs, so you’ll never be bored.

The shirts, priced at 400 Philippine pesos a piece, are affordable too. We want to make sure you look and feel great without having to spend a hefty penny.

Lead art designer Kelly Kim Sepida of HAPI-Bacolod aimed to support the humanist cause and science-based education. Hopefully, the new designs will catch the eyes of passers-by and make them wonder where they could get a piece.

One of the shirts has a message that says, “Kindness is Strength,” a humbling reminder of what our daily attitude should be. Others say “Science Is Life” and “One Life to Live” across the back, embodying how compassion and passion could help this world. One shirt, in particular, features a bold pop art design.

Our new shirts are the perfect addition to any wardrobe. They’re low-cost, pleasant, and look fantastic. They also help us send a message, by spreading the idea of humanism and scientific education.

It is also worth mentioning that HAPI’s inspiring books are still available! Both volumes of From Superstition to Reason go for only 300 Philippine pesos and No Outside Intelligence,” Marissa Torres Langseth’s autobiography, retails for 210 Philippine pesos.

So check out HAPI’s latest line of shirts together with our books! All of them go towards our philanthropic works and the enrichment of minds.

“Clothes mean nothing until someone lives in them.”
– Marc Jacobs

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