Efforts to raise money to help those effected by both Hurricane Katrina and Hurricane Rita continue. Sunday Texas Tech students were selling Raider Aid T-shirts at the South Plains Mall. One hundred percent of the profits go to hurricane relief efforts through the Red Cross. So far Raider Aid has helped raise almost $8,000.
"It seemed like a good way to give people something tangile that they could take home, and say I gave money, and they could wear something around and perhaps spread the word and get other people interested in donating," said Texas Tech student Brian Thurston.
The shirts are $10 and can be purchased at the Information Booth at Tech's Student Union Building or the Student Services Office at the Health Sciences Center.
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