Spread Love Not Germs seems to be the theme of the times. And now, thanks to a Darien business, it is also a t-shirt. While keeping herself and her family safe during the pandemic, Shannon Doherty, owner of Darien\u2019s Coco+Lala, and her family decided to create a product to benefit others. The store is closed, and her four children are missing family members while social distancing. The efforts will provide some sustainable for the store while also donating some of the profits to feed children who rely on school systems for meals. Doherty\u2019s children Leontine (Lala), Colton (Coco) and their little sister Peachie wanted to make t-shirts for all their friends and family to spread the message to wash your hands. The Doherty children\u2019s \u2018Spread Love\u2019 t- shirts quickly gained popularity, sold out within the first two days and are now restocked, available for purchase online at www.cocoandlala.com and on Instagram @cocoandlalawatchhill The sale of \u2018Spread Love\u2019 t-shirts not only spreads the inspirational clean hands message \u201cwash your hands to help keep grandparents and loved ones safe,\u201d it allows this small family-run shop, forced to close its doors during this global pandemic, to be sustainable. For every \u201cSpread Love\u201d t-shirt sold, Coco + Lala supports Share Our Strengths #NoKidHungry to give 10 meals for kids at home from school in need of food. \u201cMy children miss their grandparents and aunties. I want my children to know that little actions today, like washing hands, can make a huge difference for their grandparents and loved ones to help keep everyone safe,\u201d Doherty, a mother of four, said. \u201cEveryone is encouraged to post pics wearing \u2018Spread Love\u2019 t- shirts and\/or washing your hands to help keep your grandparents and loved ones safe. Use #WashHands4Grands,\u201d she said.