Order Shirts to Support Children’s Literacy

Today we're happy to start taking orders for our A Force for Childhood Literacy t-shirts! You can purchase one shirt for $16.73 USD, with $4 from every order being donated directly to Reading is Fundamental (the rest of the price is solely to cover the cost of the shirts. EUCantina will make no profit from these shirts.). Prices will vary for shipments of more than one shirt (the price per shirt lowers based on the number of shirts in the order). To provide an accurate price for larger orders and to account for shipping, we'll be setting up a waiting list for the orders. If you would like to be placed on the waiting list, email staff@eucantina.net with the following information:
  • Your shipping address
  • Your order information (number of shirts, size of each shirt)
We offer shirts in the following sizes:
  • Small
  • Medium
  • Large
  • X Large
  • XX Large
We'll send you the final price and a link to pay for the order through PayPal after receiving your order information. There is no obligation to make a payment after receiving the final price.
All shirts are white (as seen above), and feature this design. Order now and wear your shirt at Star Wars Celebration VI! On Saturday, August 25, we'll be supporting children's literacy at Celebration. If you are attending and have purchased one of the shirts, please wear it on August 25! Show that you are a Force for Childhood Literacy as you proudly wear this shirt (artwork by Joe Hogan). For more on children's literacy, please read this EUCantina article. If you don't want to buy a shirt, but still want to help RIF, you can donate the amount of your choice to support children's literacy using the button on our sidebar.

About the Author

Austin Blankenship is the webmaster of EUCantina. He is a host of our official podcast, EUCast, and also founded our sister website, SoloSound.net. Austin helped turn EUCantina from a forum into a website in 2007, and continues to operate the site and the EUC social media accounts. Austin works as a librarian in a small town above Atlanta, Georgia.