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Orlando City SC & Adidas Unite to Benefit Pulse Shooting Victims

Adidas gear is being painted in rainbow hues to benefit the victims and families of the Pulse nightclub shooting.

Major League Soccer team Orlando City SC announced over the weekend that it is auctioning off game-worn jerseys with all proceeds going to the OneOrlando fund.

Brek Shea, who plays for the U.S. men’s national team, also joined in the auction with a pair of custom Adidas cleats he painted himself. The cleats are covered in the colors of the rainbow and feature the words “No more hate” and #OrlandoStrong.”

“Created these to help contribute anything I can to this heartless tragedy that took place,” Shea said on Twitter.

Adidas is also officially supporting the victims of the Pulse shooting with two new limited-edition tees. The shirts, which read “#OneOrlando” under the image of a rainbow heart, launch July 5 for $24, with all proceeds going to benefit the OneOrlando fund.

Pre-orders for the Adidas shirt are taking place now through the company’s website, while the Orlando City SC auction will be available for bidding online through July 16.