Who Am I?

Who Am I? Was founded in 2017 by Christopher Woodward and Emilie Travers who are both acting as advocates for dementia. They organise a variety of fundraising activities and awareness evenings in order to raise money for the charity Dementia UK and bring about awareness of dementia.

Spreadshirt supported the two with t-shirts so that they are properly equipped for their fundraising activities. One of their events are coffee mornings where people can come along and chat to share their stories. Chris sand Emily help people by giving them valuable information and important phone numbers should they need any help. The two friends volunteered to set up this group and they have a lot of passion but nevertheless they are always looking for people to help and join in with their projects.

Lovers gonna Love

The internet and social networks offer us the possibility to create, publish, distribute and consume media content, fostering a space of participation, engagement and self-expression. At the same time, social networks are increasingly prone to produce hate speech and human rights violations. The No Hate Speech Movement aims at raising awareness for this issue, but also supports targeted individuals and offers help to counter hate speech online.

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Women for Coding

Django Girls Leipzig is a branch of the worldwide Django Girls initiative. It’s devoted to introducing women without prior experience in coding to the world of IT while increasing gender diversity. Modern technology is for everybody, so it’s only logically consistent that everybody should be able to create it. That’s why Django Girls want to give women an opportunity to learn how to code and build websites.

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The Place to Be for your Design

Design can take on many different shapes and formats. Think of a concert poster, smart print on a T-shirt, a  cool typography font or a tailor-made suit. Then there’s minimal Bauhaus architecture or handcrafted porcelain – but what do all the creators of design have in common? They met up at Designers’ Open in Leipzig for a big design powwow.

Designers' Open

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1st agiLe Barcamp in Leipzig

The SpinLab –a breeding ground for many start-up companies in Leipzig –  turned into a platform of agility for one full day on 24 September. More than 120 people showed up for the 1st agiLe Barcamp in Leipzig, discussing buzzing topics like Scrum, Lean, Kanban and Design Thinking. Spreadshirt was one of the main sponsors and supported the event with 120 tote bags and T-Shirts while helping with the design creation. The idea was to support and promote the city of Leipzig in becoming a more visible and popular IT location, a hotspot for agile topics in Eastern Germany apart from Berlin.

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Tajik Rallye – One of the last big Adventures

Imagine you get yourself a car that your grandmother would have driven back in her day, pimp it with rally stripes (for extra power!), pack three pairs of pants and five pair of socks, and then ask your best mate to join you – sounds a bit off kilter, right? Add a big desert, wild rivers without bridges and tricky mountain passes reaching altitudes of 15,000 feet and more to the mix, and it may turn out to be just the craziest thing you’ve ever done: the Tajik Rally adventure, one of the last big challenges the world holds in store for us.

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Real Heroes Wear Spreadshirts

Sozialhelden – Social Heroes – are a group of enthusiastic activists outfitted by Spreadshirt. Their projects have been developing creative projects since 2004 and drawn a lot of attention to social problems while offering practical solutions. Over the course of time, the non-profit organization has increasingly turned its focus towards issues of diversity and inclusion, especially with respect to people with disabilities. The founder and chairman, Raùl Krauthausen (German website http://raul.de), is one of the best known and respected spokespeople for the disability community in Germany. Owing to his credibility and his visibility in the public eye, the organization has been able to build a very broad network of supporters and partners in the tourism, business, nonprofit and government sectors.


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Raffle for dogs & cats

Animal welfare is a matter of great importance. ‘Tiefreunde Münster e.V.’ is an charity organization with a mission to inspire and to promote the protection of animals. They take care of animals in need and work hard to let people know about animal behaviour and needs. On the occasion of the annual ‘Tierfreunde’ summer party, Spreadshirt sponsored a big box of returned goods with animal friendly designs for their prize draw. “We were impressed by the great design selection which brought happiness to a lot of prize winners.“, says Ruth Nergert, recording clerk of ‘Tierfreunde Münster e.V.’ .

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In spite of the very hot temperatures, a lot of guests came along and enjoyed having a refreshing drink, yummy veggie food and receiving a whole lot of interesting information. We already look forward to the next summer party 2017.

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Eat Pasta, Go Fasta!

The Mongol Rally is a globally recognized event. The annual pan-continental ride across Europe and Asia passes through towering mountains, bleak deserts and other forbidding terrains that most people would loath to have their car go through. Interestingly enough, some 300 teams embark on the 10,000-mile journey every year, and some never reach the distant destination at all. And they all take these exertions upon themselves for a charitable aim; well, and for the sake of adventure, of course!


Sinisa and Lars together with the mechanics from M&M Sobre Rode who prepared La Melanzzana for the trip

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