We have heard that the kids are alright. And in today’s world, it’s always exciting to see teens who are not just being entrepreneurial, but doing good things with their efforts. Like really, really good things.

Enter Tie Dye For A Good Cause. New York teens Ella, Eve and Brooke have turned their passion for tie-dye crafts into a successful business that creates bespoke tie-dye clothes from tees to pjs to socks (they’re really beautiful!) then donates the profits to causes that are important to them.

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Currently, they are donating their profits to Sunrise Association, a wonderful organization supporting children with pediatric cancer by sending them and their siblings to a special summer day camp, totally free..

The way we see it, tie-dye and summer camp go together pretty beautifully.

I’m impressed reading how the three founders of Tie Dye For A Good Cause spend hours hand-dyeing, washing and packaging each unique tie-dye piece to order. Check out their Instagram page and you may even catch some celebrities wearing their one of a kind creations! (It does help that Ella has kind of an amazing mom — longtime CMP friend Darcy Miller.)

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We love the passion and thoughtfulness behind Tie Dye For A Good Cause, and would be thrilled to see more and more swirly, twirly creations of theirs out in the wild. So jump over and grab a custom tie-dyed creation to support a good cause, and help cheer on their passion.

We’d say that “summer will be here before you know it,” but with our kids, every season is tie-dye season.

If you live in the greater New York area, Tie Dye for a Good Cause even offers tie dye birthday parties and other special shopping events. Follow them on Instagram and keep an eye out.