Miss Do-Gooder’s Cute New Fashion Brand Fights Injustices One T-Shirt at a Time

New Miss Do-Gooder t-shirts target animal cruelty, with 20 percent of net proceeds going to the ASPCA.

San Francisco, CA, June 18, 2008 --(PR.com)-- Miss Do-Gooder, a hip new San Francisco-based fashion company, has announced the launch of the first in a line of t-shirts that will raise money for a variety of social causes.

Featuring a spunky and precocious young superhero, Miss Do-Gooder, each t-shirt will fuse adorable design, high-quality American Apparel clothing and a rallying cry to fight the world’s injustices one t-shirt at a time. The first t-shirt will raise funds to fight animal cruelty, with 20 percent of net proceeds going to the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA).

The t-shirts are available at www.missdogooder.com and cost $25.00 plus tax and shipping.

Sales of future t-shirt designs will raise funds for charities leading the fight against poverty, illiteracy, AIDS, intolerance, domestic abuse, unfair trade and global warming.

Susan Wildes, founder and chief do-gooder at Miss Do-Gooder, said: “The Miss Do-Gooder line of t-shirts fuses fashion with philanthropy, and allows people to wear hip, fun t-shirts that make a statement they can be proud of. We all need to find our inner Miss Do-Gooder and do more than just support our favorite charities: we need to fight for the causes we believe in.”

About Miss Do-Gooder
Founded in summer 2008, Miss Do-Gooder is a San Francisco-based clothing brand that fuses fashion and philanthropy. Created by Susan Wildes, Miss Do-Gooder t-shirts raise money for charities leading the fight against specific causes, from animal cruelty to global warming.

Further information about Miss Do-Gooder is available at www.missdogooder.com. Media requests for interviews and high-resolution product images should be directed to Susan Wildes at 415.796.3526 or susan@missdogooder.com.

Miss Do-Gooder
Susan Wildes