We’re told not to air our dirty laundry, but Kevin & Sara are addressing America’s “dirty little secret” of domestic abuse
… with a pair of panties… Make that too.
“He hadn’t noticed…” and that lead to recognizing an incredible need
It was this guilt, Kevin says that made him want to give back in his friend’s memory. So he Googled addiction rehab centers which also produced results for domestic violence shelters.
thing stood out on their lists of needs was underwear. Of course! You can donate used clothes, but you can’t donate used underwear! As it turns out, underwear is one of the most under donated items in “When we first started, I didn’t the U.S. There’s constantly a know that domestic violence shortage of underwear from It’s not the tragedy you would was the epidemic it was in our addiction rehabilitation facilities to domestic violence shelters have expected that launched country,” Kevin admitted. and rape crisis centers. Kevin and Sara Goryl’s Too “I honestly knew, very, very Apparel which donates little,” Sara, his wife and The idea of giving back grew underwear to women’s abuse business partner agrees. into paying it forward when shelters whenever you buy a Kevin adds even though he Kevin reflected on a pair of pair. worked in the news industry Tom’s canvas shoes he It actually all began with the for 15 years, “It’s not covered, purchased shortly before his death of Kevin’s friend. Secretly, and when it is, it’s just the bad friend’s passing. Combined Terry had been battling alcohol news, the criminal element. with his wife and business addiction until it took his life at It’s like America’s dirty little partner, Sara’s background, 35 years young. Terry had been secret swept under the rug. I that was all the inspiration a great guy and an Emmy was seeing the problem for they needed to create Too Apparel. award-winning TV producer, but the first time in my life.” now Kevin realized he hadn’t A s h e l ooke d m o re i nto All the brand’s designs come noticed his friend’s vice. donating to shelters, one from Sara whose experience
Published on Oct 3, 2014
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