Stevenage clothing business unveils new T-shirt with ‘every penny of profit’ going to the NHS
PUBLISHED: 16:56 21 April 2020 | UPDATED: 08:55 16 May 2020
A clothing business in Stevenage has raised nearly £600 for the NHS after designing a T-shirt range dedicated to key workers during the coronavirus crisis.
One Choice Apparel – which uses organic and sustainable materials – has launched its new ‘Rainbow of Hope’ T-shirt, with all profits going towards the NHS.
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Louisa Sandford, who runs the business with her husband, said: “The last few weeks of watching the courageous efforts of the frontline NHS staff and volunteers tackle COVID-19 have left us feeling extremely grateful and we wanted to play a small part in saying thank you.
“We have been working on ways to significantly cut back on our costs so that we can release our ‘Rainbow Of Hope’ tee – with absolutely all profits going directly to the NHS staff and volunteers. Thank you to the NHS – we are forever grateful.”
Each adult tee costs £15 with £10 going to charity, while kids tees costs £10 with £5 going to charity. For more information visit One Choice Apparel’s Instagram page.
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