Official Lindsay Lohan "Lilohan" Tee

Lindsay Lohan's " I Only Speak Lilohan" Apparel
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“I wanted to turn a silly viral event into something positive for the world." -- Lindsay

You too can speak "Lilohan" with Lindsay Lohan's first limited edition campaign on Represent benefiting Caudwell Children & AFAD.

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“I wanted to turn a silly viral event into something positive for the world." -- Lindsay

You too can speak "Lilohan" with Lindsay Lohan's first limited edition campaign on Represent benefiting Caudwell Children & AFAD.

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"I Only Speak Lilohan"

Lindsay Lohan, the actress and nightclub owner can now add apparel designer and philanthropist to her resume.

The campaign, I Only Speak Lilohan is a nod to the viral moment her new and mysterious accent is having on the internet and was a way for the young star to give back to two charities that have meant the world to her.

“I wanted to turn a silly viral event into something positive for the world. I speak 'Lilohan' in order to voice support for AFAD and Caudwell Children; two charities incredibly close to my heart,” explained Lindsay.

Now it's your turn to speak "Lilohan" and also give back to organizations that need your help!

A portion of the proceeds from each shirt sold will benefit Caudwell Children and AFAD. International shipping is available.

About the Charities

Caudwell Children

Caudwell Children transforms the lives of disabled
children across the UK. Caudwell Children charity acts as a safety net for families who are unable to gain the help they need.

AFAD
Republic of Turkey Prime Ministry

Disaster and Emergency Management Presidency

Turkey ranks third in the world in terms of earthquake-related casualties and eighth with regard to the total number of people affected. Every year, the country experiences at least one 5+ magnitude earthquake – which renders the proper management and coordination of disasters absolutely crucial.

Turkey's disaster policy dates back to the aftermath of the 1939 Erzincan earthquake, which claimed nearly 33.000 lives and left at least 100.000 injured. Two decades later, the Turkish Parliament adopted the Law on Precautions to be Taken due to Disaster Affecting Public Life and Assistance to be Provided (No.7269) in order to fill the long-existing legal void. The legislative effort on disaster continued with the 1988 by-law on the Principles of the Organization and Planning of Emergency Assistance Regarding Disasters.

The 1999 Marmara earthquake, however, marked the turning point in the area of disaster management and coordination. This devastating disaster clearly demonstrated the need to reform disaster management and compelled the country to establish a single government institution to single-handedly coordinate and exercise legal authority in cases of disaster and emergencies. In line with this approach, the Turkish Parliament passed Law No.5902 in 2009 to form the Disaster and Emergency Management Authority (AFAD) under the Prime Ministry and abolish various agencies under whose jurisdiction the issue previously fell.