AC Milan, a renowned Italian football club, and Off-White™, the groundbreaking streetwear brand, have teamed up in a remarkable partnership to promote positive change within their community. By working together with Fondazione Milan, the football club’s charity organization, they aim to renovate the Youth Sports Center located in Gratosoglio, a Milanese suburb. Additionally, they have released a limited-edition “I SUPPORT SPORT FOR CHANGE” t-shirt to further support their noble cause. This collaboration embodies the true spirit of teamwork and social responsibility, demonstrating the power of sports and fashion to bring about meaningful change in society.
In a unique display of social commitment, AC Milan and Off-White™ have joined hands to refurbish the Youth Sports Center situated at the Maria Madre della Chiesa Parish. This revamped sports center boasts two 5-a-side football pitches, a basketball court, and a volleyball court. Moreover, the facility provides a structured space dedicated to social integration, offering numerous community-centered activities that foster a sense of belonging among the participants.
To raise funds and awareness for this remarkable initiative, the collaboration has also introduced a limited-edition “I SUPPORT SPORT FOR CHANGE” t-shirt. This black t-shirt, adorned with red writing, features the empowering message across the chest, while dual iconography is prominently displayed under the center collar. AC Milan’s men’s team members, Davide Calabria and Divock Origi, as well as women’s squad members Laura Giuliani and Lindsey Thomas, have all lent their support to this project by starring in the campaign promoting the t-shirt.
Available exclusively on Off-White™’s webstore, this limited-edition AC Milan x Off-White™ t-shirt signifies more than just a fashion statement. All proceeds from the sales will be donated to Fondazione Milan’s Sport For Change program, which focuses on tackling education inequality and poverty. This program aims to inspire young people to grow and develop their talents, empowering them to create a better future for themselves and their communities.
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