Monday, July 25, 2016

Jesus Shirts PLUS CCS shirt to give to someone in need !

Hello friends ! We often get people wanting to help out the homeless in their community and now we came up with a cool way for people to help. We brought back our "I Love Jesus But I Cuss A Little" shirts, of which 100% of the proceeds go to Cloud Covered Streets and helping the homeless. (Women's shirts do fit SMALL, if you do not own any of our shirts, it is best to order a size, or two up in women's) To order from your phone you have to download the mobile app at

Women's Jesus Shirt
But now, you will have the option to order a shirt, and also get one of our Cloud Covered Street shirts to hand out to a homeless individual in need of a shirt who is in your community !

We have both Men's and Women's versions of the Jesus shirts in the black style shown. Let us know in your message what size Cloud Covered Street shirt you would like. They are all unisex and you will get a surprise on the color.

Men's Jesus Shirt

Sunday, January 17, 2016

Shirts to clothe those in need

  Hello friends, we are launching a new line of shirts for the next two weeks and 100% of the proceeds will go to us getting new shirts, new socks, and toiletry kits for us to distribute to those that are living on the streets. ONLY available from January 18th to February 1st

(Jack in our Epic Shit in Blue)

   We came up with this shirt because we want everyone in this world to do something great ! We believe that everyone on this Earth has the ability to change the world. We want you to believe in yourself, to create something lasting, and to do epic shit !

 (Lynn in our Believe in Black V-neck)

  We also created another design that was a little more PG rated, although in our other shirt we do not feel as if the word "shit" is used in a vulgar way, we wanted to have a version for those that might have children or feel uncomfortable wearing a shirt with "shit" on it. 

 (Andrew in our Epic Shit in Red)

  We want to inspire others to do HUGE things ! All of us at Cloud Covered Streets want you to go out there and make this world a better place. 

(Sydney in our Believe V-neck in Purple)

  Just by purchasing our shirts you are making this world a better place. For each shirt you purchase THREE people who live on the streets will receive a new shirt and pair of socks ! We cannot thank you enough for giving us the means to help those down on their luck.

(Brie in our Epic Shit V-neck in Turquoise)

  Our goal for this campaign is to sell enough shirts to move into 8 more major cities. That would mean selling around $15,000-$20,000 of these shirts. We have two weeks, but I know we can do it.
(Robert in our Believe crew in Maroon)

  All of the shirts are made from tri-blend material and are super soft and breathe very well. We are in love with these designs and love that we are able to sell these shirts and have 100% of the proceeds go to helping those that live on the streets.

(Chelsea in the Epic Shit V-neck in Green)

  We cannot wait to grow Cloud Covered Streets and have street teams going out and handing out gear to those in need. You can help us make this happen, and get a great shirt in the process.

(Spencer in our Believe crew in Black)

  These shirts are only on sale for two weeks ! Do not miss out on them. Share this post with all your friends and help us raise as much as we can for those who can really use our support. Thank you

(Emily in our Jesus 3/4 Black and Heather Gray baseball tee)

(Eric in our Heather White and Gray 3/4 sleeve baseball tee)

  We also are bringing back our "I Love Jesus But I Cuss A Little" design and launching it in a super comfortable 3/4 sleeve baseball tee. 100% of the proceeds from this design also goes to getting new shirts, socks, and toiletry kits to those who are living on the streets.

 (Jayce in our Jesus crew in Red)

 (Dustin in our Jesus crew in Gray)

   All the shirts will be ordered on February 2nd ! Since we are donating 100% of the proceeds to the homeless, we wait until the two weeks are up to order the shirts and have them shipped to our printer. We will get them to you as soon as we can.

 (Group shot in the Jesus crew in Black)

 (Lena in our Jesus V-neck in Gray)

(Sam in our Jesus V-neck in Black)

Our Women's shirts are a Trendy cut and do fit smaller than a typical shirt. So PLEASE look at the size chart before ordering because we only print what is ordered so we can have more money to help those on the streets. 




Tuesday, January 12, 2016

Our Story !

Cloud Covered Streets came about from me just driving around Phoenix and seeing those that live on the streets wearing dirty clothes, often with holes and tattered. I thought to myself that I own a clothing company and I had to do something to help. So I went and ordered a ton of shirts, put the Paper Clouds Apparel logo on them (that is my clothing business) and was going to hit the streets and pass them out. Then I started thinking more on the idea and wanted to give these people more than just a shirt, I wanted to give them all a handwritten letter of hope. Who knows how long it has been since any of these people received anything like that. So I posted on the Paper Clouds Apparel social media pages and soon letters were pouring in from all across the country. About the same time I was hanging out in the tattoo shop run by my good friend Bee DeVille as my friends Andrew Cooper and Shane Britt were getting new tattoos. We got onto the topic of how we were all men who believe in God and a higher power but we also tend to cuss, fight, and carry on from time to time. The saying "I love Jesus but I cuss a little" came up. At that moment I decided to put that phrase on a shirt and surprise a bunch of my friends with these shirts at a show they were having at RockBar, my buddies are country musicians. 

At the show I was passing out shirts and people started approaching us wearing the shirts and asking where they could buy one. A light bulb went off in my head and I realized I could sell these shirts and 100% of the proceeds would go to clothing and helping the homeless. At this same concert I was approached by a young lady named Brie Marok and she told me that she wanted to help with passing out the shirts and in any other way I need it. So a week later we went out on our first mission to look for those in need and to get them a shirt and a letter of hope. One of the first people we encountered was a man we saw in a park and at the time he had no shirt on. We approached him and earned his name was Daniel and that all his clothes had been stolen a week ago. So when we gave him a shirt, that was literally his only article of clothing. Daniel put his head in his hands and started to cry tears of joy when we gave him a new shirt. It was a moment I will never forget and gave me validation that what I was doing was important.

(First meeting with Daniel)

After going out that first time I did a little research and found that the item needed most by those living on the streets are socks. So before our second trip out, I went and bought a shopping cart full of bags of socks. So on our second trip out we would be passing out a new shirt, new pair of socks, and a letter of encouragement. Brie and I went to see if we could find Daniel, he made a huge impression on the both of us. We found him and he was sitting down when we approached and told him we had a long sleeve shirt for him, as it was getting colder, and we also had a new pair of socks for him. Once again, Daniel put his head in his hands and started to cry. Then he showed us his socks which were no longer white but basically black with stains. He immediately put on the new socks and a huge smile. 
(Daniel and his new socks)

Before our next trip out I was contacted by a parent from a small school called Beyond Autism. One of their siblings worked for CVS and they had gotten them to donate a ton of hygiene products and their students with autism wanted to put together toiletry bags for us to hand out. Simply amazing !!! 
(The students at Beyond Autism)

I was also contacted by another friend whose Mom had made scarves for us to hand out and she had baked up a big batch of cookies. So the next trip we were loaded up with new shirts, new socks, toiletry kits, homemade chocolate chip cookies, scarves, and a letter of hope ! This new mission has been so amazing and now we have a street team in Austin, TX and soon will have another in San Diego. 
(Our Austin team with "Cowboy")

We have had people sending us toiletry kits, and even had a person purchase size 17 Nike's for a man we met on the streets whose shoes had blown out on him. We just filed our incorporation paperwork with the state of Arizona and as soon as we get that back, we will be filing our paperwork with the IRS to receive our 501c3 non-profit status ! This has been very exciting and we are looking forward to growing this and getting street teams in every major city and start to take care of those on the streets. Welcome to Cloud Covered Streets !!!!