Pink Ribbon for Under the Tree
The Pink Ribbon Foundation is launching a range of charity t-shirts and prints – the perfect presents for under the tree. And, the best bit: For every item sold, 25% is given back to the Pink Ribbon Foundation, helping to raise essential funds to support those affected by breast cancer. While the collection has been launched during Breast Cancer Awareness month, it will also be available throughout the Christmas period.
The designs are by Texan artist David Cantu (@minimal.line.art), and the focus is on beautiful and minimalist figurative line drawings. These drawings give a nod to self-love and the importance of self-checking: the perfect message.
Zero Waste, Plastic-Free, Funky Packaging
There are three simple t-shirt designs available in either white or black. They come in two styles, unisex or fitted, and in a range of sizes for £19 each. 25% of the price is donated to the Pink Ribbon Foundation for each t-shirt sold. Two designs have also been created and printed on 100% recycled paper for £20 each. Again, a 25% donation is made to the charity for every print sold.
Each t-shirt is produced by Teemill – a UK company whose sustainable approach to manufacturing is close to the Foundation’s heart – and made using GOTS* cotton, recirculated water and renewable energy, in factories where workers are cared for in an environment which is clean, light and modern. The printing of each item is done to order. This means zero waste, and 99% of items are shipped the next day in plastic-free, funky paper-packaging.
Making a Difference
A grant-making trust, The Pink Ribbon Foundation is on a mission to fund projects and provide financial support to UK charities that relieve the needs of people who are suffering from, have been affected by breast cancer, or who work to advance the understanding of breast cancer, its early detection and treatment. The charity has very little infrastructure, so it relies on the hard work of Trustees, interested parties and its patrons. This is done in order to maximise the amount going to the charities that benefit from the funds raised.