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Notre Dame students raise funds for COVID-19 relief with t-shirt sales

(Spencer Marsh/95.3 MNC)

A group of Notre Dame students recently began selling t-shirts with a unique design in an effort to raise money for COVID-19 recovery.

The four students are selling shirts with the message “Catholics vs. Corona”, which is a twist on the historic “Catholics vs. Convicts” t-shirts. ABC 57 News reports the students got permission to use the idea from a couple of Notre Dame women’s lacrosse players, who originally thought of it.

Each t-shirt costs $19.95, and range in sizes from XS to 3XL.

All proceeds from t-shirt sales go to the United Way COVID-19 Community Response and Recovery fund. So far, the students have sold more than 100 shirts, and have 500 more ready for order.

To purchase a t-shirt, and to learn more, visit catholicsvscorona.com.

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