McFadden’s Movement is proud and excited to launch the MM27 Ambassadors Campaign, which aims to promote positivity through self confidence and personal motivation. The campaign is driven by the MM27 Ambassadors and Garrett McFadden.
Starting with a selection of six, McFadden and five Ambassadors – Isaac Ratcliffe, Nate Schnarr, Liam Hawel, Nick Suzuki, and Barret Kirwin – each chose a phrase that resonated with themselves personally to create a range of custom shirts (can be viewed in the video above). Each phrase stands for and reflects a positive and motivating mentality, with 100% of the profits supporting mental health resources including WES for Youth Online and the Canadian Mental Health Association Waterloo-Wellington branch.
“The MM27 Ambassadors Campaign is a great way to support mental health resources, but it’s also a great way to show you’re part of a bigger conversation that we are trying to continue as a not-for-profit,” McFadden said. “This obviously wouldn’t be possible without the Ambassadors – thanks to them for their input, designs, and for all of their support over the years.”
For the campaign, the Movement is grateful to be working with Canadian custom branded apparel company, Rain Coast Digital.