Tiny Turnip "Your Game Isn't Over Yet ; " Velveteen Plush BlanketRegular price $78.50 Save $-78.50
An exclusive collaboration with Mike and Jess Trout to benefit the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention.
This artwork was envisioned by Mike and Jess Trout and designed by Rachel Luzi and Jalynne Crawford. The main focus of the design is a baseball themed "semicolon," symbolizing a punctuation mark in literature where the author could have ended a sentence, but decided to continue it instead. This design is meant to empower those who are struggling to know it's okay to not be okay, and to seek help knowing that their "game isn't over yet".
Profits from the sale of items in this artwork collection are being donated to the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention to support their mission of funding scientific research, educating the public, and advocating for public policies to improve mental health and prevent suicide.
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Tiny Turnip "Catch A Cure" Velveteen Plush BlanketRegular price $98.50 Save $-98.50
An exclusive collaboration with Jalynne and Brandon Crawford and Maria and Andrew McCutchen to benefit The Peckham Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders at Rady Children’s Hospital – San Diego. To learn more, please read Jalynne Crawford's Blog Post about the "Catch A Cure" Campaign.
The “Catch A Cure" artwork was envisioned by partners, Jalynne Crawford and Rachel Luzi. Since the color for pediatric cancer is gold, Jalynne thought of a Gold Glove catching a ball, with the slogan "Catch a Cure." Rachel drew it up and the details include two gold ribbons and nine words that describe these brave children with “hero" in the center. Nine words were chosen because Sept is the the 9th month of the year, there are nine players on the baseball field and nine innings in a game.