What happened to the members of The Ghost Inside was tragic and heartbreaking, and the medical bills were nothing short of crazy. The band lost two drivers in a freak accident on Nov. 19, 2015, and members of the band sustained life-altering injuries, including drummer Andrew Tkaczyk losing his right leg to the crash.

In order to help ease the financial burden, our friends at Structure of Zero Design are working to donate money from every order to the band in the name of the purchaser. They’ll even do the design for free! From owner Oliver Kamyszew:

“For every order of 100 shirts, $100 will be donated to The Ghost Inside to go towards their medical bills and funeral costs after their life-changing bus accident late last year. The donations will be made in the name of each participant, band or business. There’s absolutely no order limit.”

The deal includes a one-color print on Gildan 5000-series shirts, free discharge inks, free oversized printing, free set-up and free shipping. You can grab the deal and help with some much needed financial assistance throughout the month of March. You can also write the group directly at orders@ineedmerch.com.

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