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We're all 'A Little Alien' with these good cause shirts

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Roswell, New Mexico make shirts during pandemic to aid the show's crew experiencing financial hardship during the shutdown. Starting a new non-profit, "A Little Alien." Thursday, April 23, 2020 (Courtesy: A Little Alien)

GREEN BAY (WCWF) -- With the TV/film industry currently shutdown due to the COVID-19 crisis, many crew members are experiencing financial hardship. Roswell, New Mexico Show-runner Carina Mackenzie posted a way to support their team.

100% of sales of these alien-themed quarantine shirts go to their non-profit, “A Little Alien.” To shop and learn more, head to alittlealien.com. Roswell, New Mexico airs Mondays at 8.

The CW’s Supernatural also making shirts for a cause. Rob Benedict reaches out to fans with a look, saying 100% of profits will aid those affected by food insecurity during this pandemic. Sales from the SPN FAM-ILY shirts benefit Feeding America and Meals on Wheels. The shirt description says, "This tee design is distressed. Like the rest of us." Currently pre-order, the item will not be available until after the supply chain is up and running again. Head to shopstands.com for more.

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