Shirts For A Cure (SFAC) is a project backed by the Syrentha J. Savio Endowment, a nonprofit organization established in 2002 by Mark Beemer, a punk-rock photographer.
Syrentha J. Savio, the main organization's namesake and Beemer's wife, died of breast cancer. In her honor the organization helps cover medical expenses for women with breast cancer who can't afford treatment.
When a band donates a shirt design to SFAC, the design becomes exclusive to SSE. They sell the shirt and use the proceeds to help women fighting breast cancer.