SEW A SEED FOR SOLEY CULTURE

43707752_157522517664625_r.jpeghttps://www.newsobserver.com/news/local/community/midtown-raleigh-news/article34696518.html 43707752_1575224658898469_r.jpeg43707752_1575223894987359_r.jpeg43707752_1575223917877370_r.jpeg43707752_1575223947165197_r.jpeg43707752_1575223977369614_r.jpeg43707752_1575224000182071_r.jpeg43707752_1575224034275449_r.jpeg43707752_1575224066898928_r.jpeg43707752_157522409381550_r.jpeg43707752_1575224131949483_r.jpeg43707752_1575224149841364_r.jpeg43707752_1575224179831200_r.jpeg43707752_1575224218611362_r.jpeg43707752_1575224235540819_r.jpeg43707752_1575224326720860_r.jpeg43707752_1575224367467863_r.jpeg43707752_1575224436143281_r.jpeg43707752_1575224467542819_r.jpeg43707752_1575224574990051_r.jpegHello all, I’m Caleb Hill, CEO and founder of Soley Culture clothing. I Currently attend Winston Salem State University. As a rising senior in high school in the fall of 2015, I launched a business with custom wristbands and a dream. That dream became Soley Culture. Since the beginning of my business, I’ve made it through all the ups and downs that young entrepreneurs face. Soley Culture is a brand that values creative individualism, humane treatment of others, equality, streetwear, and positivity at all times. “Soley” is derived from the sole of ones shoe, metaphorically meaning standing firm on what you believe is a representation of yourself. I do different acts within my community as far as mentoring, motivational speaking, toy drives at the holidays, and back to school drives in the fall. Soley Culture has grown from wristbands to custom clothing like sweatshirts and pants, jackets, tees, and hats. Other than working part time as a summer camp counselor, Soley Culture has been my only source of income since high school. Unfortunately, a few weeks ago, my small embroidery machine died on me. The amount of work that needed to be done proved to be far too much for a small sewing and embroidery machine. Please join and support me by donating funds through this site. These funds are needed to purchase a bigger and more efficient embroidery machine. Having a new machine will allow me to continue doing what I love while giving back to my community. No amount is too small and very much appreciated. If you can't give at the moment, drop some words of encouragement or share some business advice. Thank you!

Donations

  • Yvonne McCallum Drew 
    • $20 
    • 8 mos
  • Lemonica Rasberry 
    • $10 
    • 8 mos
  • Lauren Bradsher 
    • $9 
    • 8 mos
  • Fatima Jackson 
    • $10 
    • 8 mos
  • Anonymous 
    • $10 
    • 8 mos

Organizer

Caleb Hill 
Organizer
Raleigh, NC
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