Limited Edition Charity T-Shirts, on sale now.
Over the past two years, we’ve raised over £40,000 for some really great charities and yesterday we announced the amount of money raised at Tramlines 2019, where thanks to you lovely lot we were able to raise over £13,000 for some great local Sheffield causes.
This year, for obvious reasons, we’re unable to fundraise how we normally would.
SO, for a limited time only, we’re opening up the Merch store for our 2020 Chari-Tees . ALL PROFITS made will go to some great causes in and around Sheffield, we’re really proud to be working with this bunch for 2020.
We’ve got two Limited Edition T-Shirts for you, our ‘Be Reyt’ T-Shirt plus the ‘Beautiful Sheffield’ T-Shirt which has been crafted by Tom J Newell, who designed the wonderful Be More Nulty Collection back in 2018 and 2019.
Pre-orders close on 7th July at midday, with estimated delivery of early August
Profits from all T-Shirts will be going to:
Roundabout is South Yorkshire’s youth homeless charity, providing shelter and support to over 250 young people every day. We provide high-quality, effective and flexible housing, care and support services in Sheffield, Rotherham and Doncaster to meet the diverse needs of young people who are homeless and develop appropriate new services as those needs change.
Over the past few months, iForge have been busy making just over 7,500 face shields for health care workers dealing with the Covid-19 pandemic. Now, a team of engineers, costume designers, medics and textiles experts, are designing reusable sleeved gowns that are primarily aimed at providing better protection for the care sector. The designs are currently in testing and hope to be launched soon. Any money from the T-Shirt sales will pay for gowns for Sheffield care homes, and ideally for hospitals as well.
Disability Sheffield is a local charity led by disabled people, promoting independent living and challenging discrimination. They deliver Sheffield Cycling 4 All an inclusive cycling project based in Hillsborough Park offering a range of adapted bikes at our sessions. Other activities include the advocacy and information service, learning disability self-advocacy group and training to promote disability equality.
Cavendish Cancer Care is a local Sheffield charity dedicated to improving the quality of life for people living with cancer in South Yorkshire, North Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire. They believe no one should face cancer alone, so we provide emotional and physical support through counselling and therapies for patients, carers and their families.
The services are provided free of charge; they rely on donations, fundraising, and help from volunteers to continue our work. We provide the support that local families deserve.
No one in the community should have to face going hungry. That’s why S6 Food Bank provide three days’ nutritionally balanced emergency food and support to local people who are referred to us in crisis. They are part of a nationwide network of foodbanks, supported by The Trussell Trust, working to combat poverty and hunger across the UK.
We hope you like the T-Shirts as much as we do.
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