Unstructured dad hat available in white, pink, gray or black embroidered with a purple anchor. (Herren Project logo on back of white, gray & black hat.)
The Cunningham family has started a fundraising effort for Herren Project (herrenproject.org) in honor and memory of Liam. We lost Liam to a drug overdose on September 27, 2016 and we remain heartbroken. Though it is hard to describe Liam in a few words, he was kind, sensitive, compassionate, charismatic and funny. He loved the New England Patriots, the Cape (especially Wellfleet), fishing, the 4th of July and his birthday, July 12, 1989.
In 2014, Liam and his friend, Mark Franks, started a small apparel company, using the anchor with hooks in the shape of Cape Cod that Liam created. Liam’s professional life reflected his kind and caring nature in that he worked for nonprofit organizations that were dedicated to helping those people less fortunate than himself. He was passionate about play and accessibility of sporting equipment for disadvantaged children (Good Sports), clean, warm clothing and school supplies for children in need in Boston (Cradles to Crayons), and opportunities for the homeless (volunteer writer for Spare Change Newspaper). He and Mark gave partial proceeds from their sales of anchor hats and t-shirts to the Veterans of Cape Cod.
Phil, Katie, Liam’s girlfriend, Sara, and I are hoping that by raising funds through our sales of Liam’s anchor hats and stickers, we will be honoring his spirit and carrying on his legacy of helping others. We are donating the net proceeds of our sales to Herren Project in order to support their mission of education, outreach, advocacy and treatment for addiction and recovery. Baseball hats and car decals are available with Liam’s anchor in purple, the color of addiction awareness and recovery.