Show Your Support For Saint Martin/Sint Maarten with an Original SXM Strong T-Shirt or Hat

Nearly a year ago, on September 6, 2017, SXM Strong started on Twitter as a simple idea to be able to share information and support for an island that means so much to me and my family.

Over the following days it became clear to me that more support was needed than just a Twitter account. Before I knew it, SXM Strong had this website, a Facebook page and an Instagram page too. I also created a fundraiser to sell a few simple t-shirts with the SXM Strong logo that were used to raise money to help people and organizations on Saint Martin as they worked hard to rebuild following hurricane Irma.

You can imagine my surprise (and feeling of pride) when I saw one of those shirts featured on the front of the Sint Maarten National Recovery and Resilience Plan that was approved by Parliament just last week. And how appropriate that Drae Douglas — the man on a mission to repair 100 roofs — was wearing the shirt as he was working hard to help rebuild SXM.

Once the original fundraisers ended we weren’t able to offer the shirts for sale, until now. Those same t-shirts are now available for purchase through the SXM Strong shop page. In addition, I’ve also added some pretty cool trucker hats to the collection.

Here are some images of the shirts and hats that are available. Shirt sizes range from medium to extra large. Proceeds from sales will be used to continue to support the communities of Sint Maarten/Saint Martin.

Click here to shop now.

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Jon Ferlise

I fell in love with the island of Saint Martin the first time I visited to celebrate my 40th birthday in May of 2009. Since then, I've spent most birthdays there, and have visited countless other times getting to know this wonderful place and the friendly locals that make it so special. I adore the culture, the people, the community, and the beauty of this stunning island. SXM Strong is a website that I started to support humanitarian relief efforts following Hurricane Irma. There was no plan, it just evolved as I witnessed the devastation that Irma caused the island and the huge need to communicate and disseminate information about what had happened and how people could help support this island and its people.

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