Figure skater John G. “Johnny” Weir has partnered with fashion designer Tadashi Shoji to create a t-shirt to benefit Japan earthquake relief.

In a 30-second video, the three-time U.S. National Figure Skating champion urges his fans to help.

“The devastation in Japan affects millions and they need our help. Join me in letting Japan know we're behind you and we believe in you.”

“Please go to or call 877-TADASHI to get your t-shirt to help Japan today.”

Weir closes the segment by saying “fight on” and “thank you” in Japanese.

This isn't the first time Weir has pitched a t-shirt for a good cause. The fashion maven has been selling his “Army of One” t-shirt since last October to benefit The Trevor Project, a group that supports troubled LGBT kids considering suicide.

Weir announced the shirt, which features the words “Army of One” emblazoned on a purple backdrop, on Spirit Day, the day people are urged to wear purple and turn their Twitter and Facebook profiles purple to remember gay teens who have been bullied to death.