Help Choose the Image for the AHA Foundation’s T-shirt

Your opinion matters. During a recent survey we heard from you, our supporters, that you would like to spread the word about the AHA Foundation by wearing or using AHA Foundation merchandise.

We are grateful for your idea and are working hard to fulfill it.

Please take a moment now to help us with the next step – cast your vote for the image you would like to see on the AHA Foundation t-shirt and add any comments you may have to the comments section below.

15 Comments

  1. ajmer escort says:

    I don’t think the suggested T-shirt graphics are explicit enough.

  2. vicky kumar says:

    I agree that the images are not strong or identifiable with the cause. Maybe a woman’s head with the veil being lifted and a slogan that fits.

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  10. Denis Lipman says:

    Dear all,
    Sorry to say that none of these tee’s has the impact the subject deserves. PLEASE go back to the drawing board before you spend a ton of money on printing tees. You need too make a statement, a strong statement all these look like another “disease of the month” excuse my flippancy.

    With all best and sincerest wishes

    Denis

  11. S V Over says:

    The profile image and AHA quote seem to encapsulate the steely determination underlying the measured yet insistent message – much like AHA’s delivery on the Q&A programme in Australia last week. Brava! ==

  12. Sherry Burns says:

    I agree with Finn and Lorna’s comments, too! And, yes! Great slogans, Lorna!! All very good. My favourite is: “Lifting the veil of shame”; “Women’s rights are human rights” And graphics could be recognizable images that relate to the text. Thank you!

    sb

  13. Tina says:

    I agree with Finn and Lorna’s statement as well. (Great slogans Lorna!) I do like the shirt bearing Ayaan’s profile and quote, but in the future I think we need to be more explicit with our message, we need to tell others specifically what we are about

  14. I agree that the images are not strong or identifiable with the cause. Maybe a woman’s head with the veil being lifted and a slogan that fits.
    “Lifting the veil of shame”; “Women’s rights are human rights”; “Restoring the dignity of all women”; “Half the world’s population deserves the same rights as the other half” (with female symbol). “There is no freedom without equality” (female symbol).

  15. Finn Jacobsen says:

    I don’t think the suggested T-shirt graphics are explicit enough.

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