Welcome to Chari-Tees
Chari-Tees is a non-profit division of Endurance Apparel started by Haley and Brooke Toigo. These sisters and high school athletes design and sell t-shirts to raise money for non profit organizations.
Click HERE to learn more about Haley and Brooke.
Click HERE to purchase a t-shirt to help support a non-profit organization.
Organizations We Have Worked With
-My Team Triumph of West Michigan
My Team Triumph is an athletic ride along program created for children, teens, adults and veterans with disabilities who would normally not be able to experience endurance events such as triathlons and road races.
We love this organization because it gives those without athletic capabilities the chance to experience the thrill of competition, being cheered for, and being a part of a really exciting community.
My Team Triumph needs a new racing chair so more kids and adults can participate in these awesome events. Our goal is to raise $5000 for one new chair.
CLICK HERE to purchase a t-shirt to help us raise money to purchase a new running chair so more kids can participate in races.
-West Michigan Community Tennis
West Michigan Community Tennis, Tennis in the Parks, is a free program to children in Grand Rapids who wish to learn the game of tennis. This is an awesome organization because, as tennis players ourselves, we know what great things in life the game of tennis can teach you. This program makes this great sport available to everyone.
We designed and printed all the shirts for this community program this summer and we loved volunteering and working with the kids at Tennis in the Park!
To purchase a shirt that supports West Michigan Community tennis, CLICK HERE.
KIDS FOOD BASKET, Grand Rapids, MI
During the Coronavirus Pandemic, we sold this t-shirt to raise money to help Kids Food Basket, a local charitiy that feeds children in need. So far, we have raised over $500.
AMERICAN RED CROSS
Working with a design created by Seattle artist, Dana Teruya Len, we raised over $800 for the American Red Cross to aid in their research efforts during the COVID 19 pandemic.
BLACK LIVES MATTER: NAACP LEGAL DEFENSE AND EDUCATIONAL FUND, INC.
When the riots began in our city of Grand Rapids, sparked by the murder of George Floyd, we knew it was our duty as the future leaders of this city and country to do something to incite positive change. Working with local high school artist and friend, Ella Bowan, we have begun selling Black Lives Matters t-shirts to donate money to the NAACP LDE Fund. This fundraiser is still ongoing and shirts may be purchased here.