Artist Chantelle Trainor-Matties’ Indigenous Pink Butterfly design is used on our Indigenous Pink Shirt Campaign merchandise.
When asked to talk about her design she stated:
“I chose to create this design because the butterfly always brings me so much joy, it symbolizes beauty and transformation. We need to be the change, and transform negative thoughts and actions into positive ones. We need to be there to support and uplift others.”
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$5.00* from each Indigenous Pink Butterfly Hooded Sweatshirt goes to programs and organizations designed to help Indigenous Youth at Risk.
Urban Native Youth Association – https://unya.bc.ca/
Urban Society for Aboriginal Youth – https://usay.ca/
goes to the artist