From The Tribune staff reports
TRUSSVILLE — A Trussville native is helping raise money for T.E.A.M. by selling T-shirts in support of the Trussville community.
Rachel Isbell works for University Tees, a custom apparel company. She said she lived in Trussville until she moved away for college and she now wants to give back to her hometown.
“Your home isn’t always where you live,” Isbell said. “Trussville is my home and I have a heart for this community.”
Isbell and a team of artists designed T-shirts and there are several colors and designs to choose from. The one thing they all have in common is a Trussville theme.
“This is something I really want to do to help our community during this hard time,” said Isbell.
Isbell will donate her 10% commission from the T-shirt orders to T.E.A.M. (Trussville Ecumenical Assistive Ministry). University tees will then match the amount Isbell raises for the nonprofit.
“TEAM is a nonprofit food pantry that supports the Trussville community and I am blessed to have the opportunity to give back to my home town,” Isbell added.