The Official 2014 Worldwide Photo Walk T-Shirts Are Here!

We've got some really cool t-shirts for walkers and leaders this year (one of the many walker shirt designs is seen here), and once again (with the gracious help of Rob Jones of Towner Jones Photography), we're using this to give back as 100% of the profits from t-shirt sales go directly to the Springs of Hope Orphanage in Kenya. 

Last year (with Rob's help and generositywe raised over $6,000 to feed and cloth the children), and this year we're hoping, with your help, to hit $10,000 just from t-shirt sales alone (which they could really, really use and we can really, really do)!

There are a number of different colors and styles, including mens and ladies cuts, so I hope you'll pick one up right now and show your support for the walk, and more importantly for the Springs of Hope Orphanage. :)

Here's a link to order yours today

NOTE to Walk Leaders: The link for Walk Leader's special "Leader" t-shirts is on your Leader Dashboard

Many thanks,


P.S. The Official Photo Walk date is Saturday, October 11th. Hope you can join us (it’s free, it’s fun!). Here’s the link to find a walk near you.

  1. Umm, I have to agree with the other commenters here so far. Not liking this design. Why isn’t “Worldwide Photowalk 2014” larger on the shirt? And the cartoon camera looks a bit silly. Was the designer trying to emulate the “Keep on Truckin’ ” cartoon from the 70’s?
    Sorry, Scott, I’ll pass on the shirt this year. But I did give $10 to the orphanage when I signed up for the walk!

  2. Seriously, Scott? Somewhere there are supposedly many t-shirt designs, but you promoted the walk in emails with this design. This one is not only unattractive, but has a man’s legs kicking up his heels under a camera despite the pink shirt option, and includes a 60s reference. The combination is about as dated as you can get, and there’s no amount of retro that can breathe life into it. I have enormous respect for you, but not for this choice.

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