Supreme recently released a box logo tee to help raise money for families affected by Covid-19. The benefit bogo T-shirt, featuring original work by Japanese artist, Takashi Murakami, brought in $1,052,040 for HELP USA.

The tee released on April 24 — the day after Supreme's My Bloody Valentine collab, which was fire, FYI — and retailed at $60. All proceeds went directly to HELP USA, an organization that works tirelessly to support vulnerable groups facing homelessness during the pandemic.

"This incredible gift comes in a time of our clients' greatest need and supports our work nationally to provide the most vulnerable with a safe place to call home, food, and essential services during this crisis and beyond," HELP USA said on Instagram.

For more information on HELP USA's work, as well as to donate to their cause, head here.

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