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supreme Snapbacks Fashion firm brothers to give away hats to Manchester’s homelessSean and Andy Geaney are donating woolley hats through their We Are What We Are clothing brand Share CommentsByBeth Abbit09:15, 5 MAY 2016Updated10:02, 5 MAY 2016Brothers Sean and Andy Geaney are donating hats to the homeless Share CommentsGet daily updates directly to your inbox+ SubscribeThank you for subscribing!Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailTwo brothers are support Manchester’s homeless community through their clothing firm.Sean and Andy Geaney said they were keen to do something beyond sharing loose change and the odd cigarette with those who find themselves on the streets.They formed the We Are What We Are clothing brand at university in a bid to create a fresh approach to streetwear.The clothing firm specialises in streetwear and features designs inspired by the brothers’ shared love of music and culture.Read: Couple left homeless as ‘rot eats away’ at rented flatRead: Greater Manchester could seek devolved powers over homelessnessIn a bid to help Manchester’s homeless the brothers have started Hats for the Homeless from their base in a pop up shop on the first floor of Afflecks Palace.Under the scheme Sean and Andy will donate a woolly hat to a homeless person every time they sell one of their beanies.They said: “We’ve seen the amount of people living on the streets growing substantially and it only seems to be getting worse with government cuts to all types of funding, particularly the cuts to mental health and housing services.Brothers Sean and Andy Geaney operate out of Afflecks Palace”We were inspired by people we spoke to on the streets. The togetherness and resilience of groups like the Ark and the level of positivity of people on the streets. Whether it was poem writing, singing or rubiks cube making supreme Snapbacks.