Chicago Vol. 4, Shirt 13: "What Do You Say"

Chicago Vol. 4, Shirt 13: "What Do You Say"

Chicago Vol. 4, Shirt 13: "What Do You Say"

Limited edition, available now through June 24th.

$8* from every sale will be donated to Levi McCord.
*Provided campaign reaches 72 shirts purchased, otherwise donation will be $4 per shirt.

Unless otherwise noted, printed on a 60% cotton, 40% polyester blend. (That means it's soft!) This product is not affiliated with, endorsed, or sponsored by the Chicago Cubs.

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NOTE: Ladies sizes run small and fitted. If you are having trouble deciding between two sizes, we suggest selecting the larger to avoid an ill-fitting product. Remember, due to the exclusive nature of 26 Shirts' designs, we only accept returns or exchanges under extraordinary circumstances.
NOTE: For New Era Caps, please allow additional 5-10 business days for delivery.
This shirt is available for order until midnight EST on June 25, 2018. After the ordering period is closed, please allow an additional 10 business days for production. Your order will be shipped or available for pickup at the latest on July 10, 2018.

The Need

4 year-old Levi McCord doesn’t spend his days playing at the park or just having fun like other children do. Instead, he’s hooked up to machines and wearing a medical mask as he fights a rare genetic disease.

Levi has been diagnosed by doctors at Lurie Children’s Hospital with HOOD syndrome. HOOD syndrome causes kidney failure and blindness. It also releases a protein into his system that breaks down his organs. Additionally, he has cyclic vomit syndrome where his body doesn’t know how to stop vomiting once it starts. Doctors have also identified a connective tissue issue that causes severe immunity issues which has resulted in him suffering from daily excessive bleeding out of his mouth and nose. As a result, he must wear a medical mask in public at all times.

HOOD syndrome is so rare there are only 185 people living in the US with it. Levi is one of only two children under the age of nine who has it. There are less than 300 cases globally. Please consider a shirt purchase or donation to his online fundraiser.