Each month in 2023, Finley Shirts will donate a portion of every online order to a cause that is near and dear to our hearts. 

  • For the month of July, we will be giving back to local non-profit Redeemed Women.  In 2017, Aelicia "Chocolate" Watson witnessed the challenges and unaddressed needs facing women due to generational poverty.  Redeemed Women equips women to rise above their surroundings, value their lives, know their worth, and empower them to serve others and give back to their community.
  • For the month of June, we gave back to local non-profit The Magdalen House.  Founded in Dallas in 1987, The Magdalene House helps women achieve sobriety and sustain recovery from alcoholism at no cost and based on 12-Step spiritual principles. It remains the only agency in DFW to offer comprehensive recovery without insurance or state funding.
  • For the month of May, we gave back to Momentous Institute. Founded in 1920 by Salesmanship Club of Dallas, Momentous Institute exists to build and repair social-emotional health with children, families and communities.  It also operates the Momentous School, which provides PK3-5th grade education to 250+ students per year.
  • For the month of April, we gave back to the Dallas chapter of Fashion Group International (FGI).  Finley has served on the FGI board of directors since 2000.  FGI is a global, non-profit organization of professionals, who are dedicated to careers in fashion industries,  Through events and donations, FGI awards scholarship funds to enable students and new designers to further their careers.
  • For the month of March, we gave back to the local Dallas non-profit "Search Life".  Marty spends most of her spare time serving and mentoring in the at-risk South Dallas community.  Founded in 2018, Search Life provides safe transportation from school for kids from school to one of 4 locations, provides dinner and homework assistance and safe transportation home.
  • For the month of February, we gave back to The American Heart Association.  Heather's father, Neil McNeill, suffered his first heart attack at 50 years old.  He suffered his 2nd, which was fatal, at 64.  He and Finley's parents provided the personal loans to start Finley Shirts.  He was a regular face around their first office, offering moral support and shipping assistance.