Co-FOUNDER, Co-ceo, COO
Ella founded and established Tie Dye for a Good Cause on March 30, 2020. In just a few short months, her take on the classic arts and crafts activity became so much more. Ella is currently tie-dying and shipping everything right to you! Hours of dying, washing, and packaging has become routine for Ella and we are so grateful to have her as a part of the TDFAGC team. We are the original custom tie-dye clothing company that creates your own unique piece, in any size, color, or style. Tie Dye for a Good Cause is bespoke and no one else has a piece quite like yours. Ella loves to tie dye and raise awareness for important causes.
Eve joined the TDFAGC team in April 2020 to bring her technical and digital expertise to the table! Eve manages all things design, business, and technology. You'll see everything from Eve right here on our website, to our Instagram, and everything in between! Her own personal twist has brought out a lot in TDFAGC and we are so lucky to have her. Eve is also seventeen and loves all things tie-dye!
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We are currently donating our profit to Sunrise Association to help bring activities to pediatric cancer patients. Sunrise Association is an organization dedicated to bringing back the joy of childhood to children with cancer as well as their siblings, in and out of the hospital. We are fortunate enough to attend summer camps that have allowed us to establish lifelong bonds and memories with friends that we will never forget. We wanted to give this experience to kids that aren't be able to attend a camp. Below is a portion of the mission statement from Sunrise Day Camp-Long Island:
"Sunrise Day Camp-Long Island is the world's first full-summer day camp for children with cancer and their siblings, provided completely free of charge. The fun, friendship, and smiles continue year-round through various camp-like program in-hospital services."
To learn more about Sunrise, visit https://www.sunriseassociation.org/