John Varvatos, one of the top American Fashion Designers (and the one who designed my Converse shoes model), got a fabulous idea to feed the hungry and fight societal labeling. He created the project “Labels Are For Jars”.(not for humans). For example, to raise money to help hungry people living in Lawrence, MA one of the poorest cities in the US, he sells caps with a “hungry” label on the front. The idea is to undermine the use of negative labels by using them prominently on your clothing. See also the line of tees with other negative labeling like “addict”, “homeless”, “geek”, “jock”, “mental illness”, “minority”, “pacifist”, “slacker”, “troubled teen”, etc. Every piece of clothing sold come in a “Labels Are For Jars” donation jar. Use this jar at home, school, or work to collect as much money as you can. Put your donations in a form of check or money order and mail it to the address indicated. Please, do it and help create the buzz. Labels Are For Jars.