- Associated Press - Sunday, December 6, 2015

BOSTON (AP) - It’s now possible to buy a shirt to support the foundation named after the youngest victim of the Boston Marathon bombings.

The Martin Richard Foundation has announced that it has started selling the shirts on its website in response to numerous requests.

The shirts are available in short, full, and three-quarters length baseball-style sleeves, in youth and adult sizes.

Some bear the “Peace Bridge” logo, and some have the MR8 logo, the name of the foundation’s charitable running team.

Eight-year-old Martin Richard was the youngest person killed in the April 2013 bombings.

The apparel aims to raise awareness of Martin’s message, “No more hurting people. Peace,” and increase support for Team MR8.

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Online: https://www.martinrichardfoundation.org


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