Orange Shirt Day T-Shirt, Lawn Sign, and Cookbook Order Form

Let's Paint Our Community Orange!

Purchase an Orange T-shirt, Lawn Sign, and Cookbook to support Indigenous Students at UWindsor

Thank you for supporting Orange Shirt Day! Fill out the form below and click submit to go to checkout. All funds raised will go to support our Indigenous students on campus.

Merchandise prices are as follows:

  • Adult T-Shirts: $25 each
  • Youth T-shirts: $20 each
  • Lawn Signs: $25 each
  • Cookbook: $30 each

Taxes are included. Maximum of 5 t-shirts, 3 lawn signs, and 3 cookbooks per order.

Please note: if you do not see your size below, we are sold out of that item. We apologize for the inconvenience.


Pick Up Information

Merchandise will be available for pick up on the following dates:

  • The CAW Commons Area on September 22nd from 10:00am-4:00pm.
  • The Student Experience Office (Room 117 in the CAW Centre) on September 27th from 10:00 am - 12:00 pm and 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm.
  • The Student Experience Office (Room 117 in the CAW Centre) on September 28th from 10:00 am - 12:00 pm and 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm.

  If you are unable to pick up your order on this date, or you have questions about your order or pick up, please contact Hussein Samhat at samhath@uwindsor.ca in the Office of Student Experience.

Thank you for your support!


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Front view of orange t-shirt

Campus Cookbook

Front view of orange lawn sign

View of lawn sign with indigenous title


 

 
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 Please note: if you do not see your size below, we are sold out of that item. We apologize for the inconvenience.

Adult T-Shirts

Youth T-Shirts

Lawn Sign

Cookbook


Merchandise will be available for pick up at the CAW Commons Area on September 22 from 10:00am-4:00pm. If you are unable to pick up your order on this date, or you have questions about your order or pick up, please contact Hussein Samhat at samhath@uwindsor.ca in the Office of Student Experience.

Note: This site is a living document. Our project of cataloguing the important work being done by, with, and for Indigenous Peoples at the University of Windsor is only beginning. As we nurture and grow this site, we are eager to collaborate with the campus community. If you can identify any knowledge gaps, missing resources, or outdated or erroneous information, please contact Daniella BeaulieuExecutive Director, Academic Initiatives without hesitation. Similarly, we encourage any members of the campus community who would like to see their work represented here to get in touch.