EH-WEAR T-SHIRTS TO PROMOTE ARMENIAN CHRISTIAN THEMES, HELP CHILDREN IN ARMENIA
Daron Bolat founded Eh-Wear T-shirts in 2010 to help needy children and promote Christian Identity using ancient Armenian Christian designs. These shirts give people -- mainly youth -- a way to express their faith through what they wear.
“For many young people, one of the main ways they express themselves is through what they wear,” said Daron Bolat, president and founder of Eh-Wear. “Eh Wear enables young people to express who they are as part of the Armenian Church.”
The name of Eh-Wear reflects the spiritual basis of our mission. In the book of Exodus, when Moses asked God his name, God said “I am who I am.” In the Gospels, when Jesus said “I am” at various times, he clearly declares himself to be God. EH is also the seventh letter of the Armenian alphabet.
“The goal in our designs is to present our ancient Christian faith in a new modern way that will inspire young people,” Bolat said.
All proceeds from Eh-Wear go to help needy children in Armenia. Eh Wear has partnered with Fund for Armenian Relief (FAR) to find organizations working with children with disabilities in Armenia.
FAR has set up a relationship with Gavar Special School N1 in the Gegharkunik Marz region of Armenia. The Gavar Special School specializes in educating kids with mental and physical disabilities from ages 6-18.
Shirts are available through our online store at www.ehwear.org. Secure donations can also be accepted through the website.