Every time we think we own enough charity t-shirts, another brand comes along and offers the opportunity for one more that we just can't resist.
While we started lockdown living in loungewear and pyjamas, we have slowly decided that getting dressed again is a solid option. But we seem to be shunning dresses and shirts in exchange for the armfuls of charity tees that we can't stop stockpiling.
Today high street retailer New Look joined the throng of stores offering shoppers the chance to spend their cash on good clothing that gives back to the community.
The new, New Look charity t-shirt line offers something for most as the collection is available in tall, petite, curve, maternity and mainline in womenswear, as well as in 915 teen and menswear sizes.
100% of the profits from the range will go to charity and the donation is being split between four different organisations.
According to New Look, " New Look Retailers Limited will donate 50% of all profits from the sale of these t-shirts to the Association of NHS Charities, otherwise known as NHS Charities Together (charity number 1186569).
"New Look Retailers Limited will donate the remaining 50% of all profits from the sale of these t-shirts to New Look Gives charity partners".
This will mean that the remaining 50% goes to Hospice UK, retailTrust and Teenage Cancer Trust.
tee, £8.99 – hand clapping has becoming our weekly Thursday night activity.
Lots of charities are struggling for cash right now so it's nice to see that New Look are still supporting some of their other key partner charities too.
The t-shirts are great and unsurprisingly there is a common theme that we have seen across other charity t-shirts too, in fact it really is the symbol of the pandemic, that's right, you've guessed it, rainbows!
Several of the t-shirts also feature the phrase "grateful" something we all are right now.
tee, £8.99 – this t-shirt is giving us all the feels.
So let's all did deep and keep supporting charities, because hey, if there is one thing we know we can achieve by the end of lockdown, it's a wardrobe full of t-shirts that are doing good.
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