Young entrepreneurs committed to helping others

Photo of Noah Thornton (Special photo / Treandos L. Thornton)
Photo of Noah Thornton (special photo / Treandos L. Thornton)
Noah Thornton (special photo / Treandos L. Thornton)

Young Henry County entrepreneurs Treandos & Noah Thornton are raising awareness and monetary funds for the COVID-19 Pandemic for the homeless population now though May 1, 2020. The two siblings are encouraging their customers, family and friends to help others in need.

Their fundraising efforts benefit the Atlanta Mission, which is a non-profit organization that provides emergency shelter, rehab and recovery services, vocational training and transitional housing. Atlanta Mission serves more than 1,000 homeless men, women and children daily. Georgia is currently under a public health state of emergency in response to the COVID-19.

“Coronavirus is very serious and my brother and I want to do our part to help people, ” said Founder and President of T&N Bow Ties and Apparel, 8-year-old Treandos Thornton. “A lot of people are suffering for different reasons and we want to let both kids and grown-ups know.” “Help us raise money for people, ” said 5-year-old Noah Thornton, Vice President of T&N Bow Ties and Apparel.

All community members are encouraged to join the T&N Bow Ties and Apparel fundraising efforts for the Atlanta Mission. All fundraising goes directly to the Atlanta Mission. Donations can be submitted by clicking the link below.

Young entrepreneurs Treandos and Noah make up the team behind T&N Bow Ties and Apparel, an authentic kid-operated bow tie retail outlet. The two brothers are on a mission to encourage youth confidence and leadership through exposure to life skills, including highlighting professional attire.

The neckwear business T&N Bow Ties and Apparel was established in 2017. The popular kid operated boutique markets neckwear for kids, men and women. The team at T&N Bow Ties and Apparel believes that style can have a purpose which can help boost the confidence of young men and women throughout all communities.

The youth are on a mission to help people in various ways. Treandos and Noah successfully led the 2016, 2017, 2018 and 2019 Community Holiday Food & Toy Drive which has collected over 1,000 non-perishable food items and toys for families throughout the Southeast. The Founder was recently recognized with the BOLD Award in Youth Leadership and he is the recipient of the Rising Phenix Youth Entrepreneurship Award. 8-year-old Treandos has been recognized as a top entrepreneur under 25 by the Atlanta Business Chronicle. For more information on T&N Bow Ties and Apparel, please visit

Thank you to T&N Bow Ties and Apparel for sharing this press release with us. We commend their dedication to helping others during this time of need.

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