1. Double Helix Shirt for Jeanes for Genes
Jeans for Genes runs a yearly contest for a limited edition t-shirt design to support children and families who are affected by genetic disorders. This year’s winner was Milly Wood’s motif, inspired by identical twins and the double helix. Buy it here.
6. Yann Tiersen T-shirt
Designed by Yann Tiersen to support Médecins Sans Frontières - an international, independent, medical humanitarian organisation that delivers emergency aid to people affected by armed conflict, epidemics, healthcare exclusion and natural or man-made disasters. Purchase yours here.
9. Hipster Fox Shirt by RSPCA
Animal design by Jenny Lloyd - all profits donated to RSPCA to help improve animal welfare including for farm animals, to rescue, rehabilutate and rehome animals, and to fight wildlife crime. Get your hispter fox here.
10. Common Threads “The Orphan Collection”
Common Threads helps provide support to orphans and vulnerable children in Africa. When you purchase a t-shirt, Common Threads is able to feed an orphan child for 1 month. And the best part, each t-shirt is based on drawings from the children themselves. Get your own here.
11. United by Blue T-shirt
United By Blue believes each of us has a responsibility to do what we can to protect the oceans. By purchasing this shirt, you help UBB remove 1 pound of trash from our oceans and waterways around the world. Help keep the ocean blue here.
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