10% of Profits Donated to Disability Non-Profits. This Month it's Reece's Rainbow. They have helped families adopt 1,800 children with disabilities since their inception!

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Testimonials

My New FAVORITE Shirt!

(Ladies Scoop Neck)

I absolutely LOVE this shirt! The cut is perfect for me. It's low enough in the scoop without going too low. It's sized appropriately (I got a L) without being too baggy or too tight (which is hard for busty gals). My favorite is the length is just a little longer than normal while skimming over the hips and the weight is perfect for summers in Texas! Now ... I am off to get one for the 4th of July!

Jennifer Smolka 

Perfect for back to school in style

 (youth unisex)

This shirt captures just the right spirit of advocacy. It's fun and assertive all at the same time. Perfect for going back to school in style. True to size and high quality craftsmanship. Despite my lack of organization, a speedy delivery time meant we had it for our event!

Diane

So cute!

(unisex short sleeve)

I bought my daughter this t-shirt and she LOVES it. It's super soft and she loved being able to customize the color to fit her preferences. We are repeat customers!

Kimberly Waishes

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Blog posts

August's Donations Go to Reece's Rainbow

August's Donations Go to Reece's Rainbow

Seanese is proud to donate 10% of the profits for the month of August to Reece's Rainbow.  The mission of Reece’s Rainbow is to advocate and f...
July's Donations Go to the Global Down Syndrome Foundation

July's Donations Go to the Global Down Syndrome Foundation

The recipient of 10% of the profits from Seanese.com in July is the Global Down Syndrome Foundation. Based in Denver, Colorado and founded when Mic...
10% of Profits Donated --Down Syndrome Association of Orange County

10% of Profits Donated --Down Syndrome Association of Orange County

Sean made the decision he wanted to give back to the 12 organizations that support him and others with Down syndrome--it was a no-brainer that the Down Syndrome Association of Orange County would be the first on the list to receive 10% of profits.