You want one of the coolest t-shirts out there and a chance to help out your friends and neighbors in the process, then buy this good looking shirt.

These t-shirts were designed by Lafayette based Parish Parcel, a monthly subscription service that offers curated boxes of Louisiana goods.

"Parish Parcel is Louisiana through and through. Our products showcase the beauty and ingenuity of the state," says company founder Jaci Russo, "our goal is to help flood victims as much as possible. It's been devastating for our friends and neighbors."

100% of the money made from the sale of these specially designed t-shirts will go towards United Way of Acadiana.

As you can see, the shirt depicts a common sight of sliced drywall, representing the over 50,000 homes in Louisiana that were destroyed by rising floodwaters. It is also symbolic of the resiliency of the great people of our state and the willingness to work together to rebuild in spite of such great loss.

The public can purchase the t-shirts through the website

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