If there's one thing that's always in style, it's giving to a great cause.

So, here's your chance to take a fashionable stance: The CFDA (Council of Fashion Designers of America) has come together to raise money for victims of the earthquake in Haiti by offering a $25 "Fashion for Haiti" T-shirt, with proceeds benefiting the Clinton Blush Haiti Fund.

In a new public service announcement promoting the T-shirt, fashion leaders including Diane von Furstenberg, Rachel Roy, Tory Burch, Kenneth Cole, Francisco Costa, Betsey Johnson, Tommy Hilfiger, Donna Karan, Vera Wang and others urge Americans to "Wear your support."

"The tragedy in Haiti has affected everyone and most of us individually have given money for relief," CFDA president von Furstenberg says in a release. "However, I think it is now important to send a message and create a channel for funding from fashion as an industry."

The tee will be manufactured by Theory under the "Fashion for Haiti" label, and will be available in women's and men's styles at retailers nationwide, as well as online at cfda.com.

The "Fashion for Haiti" black and lime green T-shirt logo, which features the words "Hope Help Heal Haiti" and "To Haiti with Love," was designed by Peter Arnell, who in 2001 created the now iconic mended heart logo for the "Fashion for America" fundraiser, organized by the CFDA and Vogue magazine, which raised $2 million after 9/11 for the Twin Towers Fund.

"The total devastation of Haiti is unimaginable," says supporter Ralph Lauren. "I am always amazed by the strength, talent and compassion of our industry and now more than ever it is essential we come together and help make a difference."

Celebs are lending support, too. Here's Beyoncé promoting the shirt.

For more information on how to order the T-shirt email fashionforhaiti@cfda.com.