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11:11 A.M. AS NOVEMBER ORG

11:11 A.M. is a charitable organization that was first formed to support Andrew McMahon (of the bands Something Corporate and Jack’s Mannequin) in his battle against cancer. Today, the organization does much more than that. 11:11 A.M. continues to reach new audiences by promoting awareness for cancer research. We do this in a distinct and unique way—through our channels and relationships with musical artists, we raise awareness and instill hope, so that a cure can be found one day.

Veil Arms Clothing has designed a unique limited edition tee representing 11:11 A.M. ‘s new slogan “Life is Beautiful, Save It”. All proceeds from sales of the tee go directly to 11:11 A.M.

The tee can be purchased here

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