To kick off 2018, here are a range of products raising funds for charities across the country, including a single, a book, clothing, and a jewellery range.
Real Music T-Shirts w/ @HelpMusiciansUK, collaboration w/ @PaulMcCartney, @OfficialSting , @timothybschmit, @RobertPlant, @EricClapton, @smokey_robinson, @frankievalli, @StevieNicks, @ringostarrmusic, @PhilCollinsFeed! Available at https://t.co/6fesBgfc1j! #PaulMcCartney #Sting pic.twitter.com/JNTvuZxn1O
— Tom Cridland (@thetomcridland) November 11, 2017
Tom Cridland & Help Musicians
Sustainable fashion brand Tom Cridland has launched The Real Music Collection in aid of the charity Help Musicians. The collection comprises “Supergroup” t-shirts and sweatshirts in collaboration with featuring Paul McCartney, Mick Jagger, Sting, Timothy B Schmit, Robert Plant, Brian May, Eric Clapton, Carole King, Roger Daltrey, Smokey Robinson, Frankie Valli, Stevie Nicks, Hal Blaine, Nigel Olsson, Ringo Starr and Phil Collins. 100% of profits from the collection go to the charity.
— Scents of Shamrock (@ScentsShamrock) March 24, 2017
Scentsy & CLIC Sargent
Over a year-long partnership fragrance company Scentsy has raised more than £25,000 for CLIC Sargent. The company raised money through the sales of scented teddy Sebastian the Superbuddy, and Love Heals Warmer, an electric wax warmer.
— Travelling Lady (@TravellingLady_) September 28, 2017
Weird Fish & Battersea Dogs & Cats Home
Weird Fish is selling exclusive limited edition cotton Artist T-Shirt, available in a variety of colours and featuring the ‘Eat Sleep Walk Repeat’ print. £5 from each sale of the t-shirt will go directly to the Battersea Dogs & Cats Home.
We’ll be making our main donation to @Traff_Brentwood tomorrow, so now’s the time to get ordering if you were still planning to buy one of our @Johnny_Marr charity mugs! Order info here: https://t.co/v8GaPzy2B3 pic.twitter.com/JZRV0eX0KN
— JohnnyMarrvellous (@JMarrvellous) December 31, 2017
Jonny Marrvellous & Brentwood School
Jonny Marrvellous, a Jonny Marr fan site, has been selling mugs designed by The Johnny Marrvellous Artists Collective, with all proceeds from the £12 price going to what it says is Jonny Marr’s charity of choice: the Brentwood School, a special education school in Trafford.
100’s of people have said that after watching this music video, they have engaged with a homeless person or got them a bite to eat.
I can’t eradicate homelessness but if through this we can encourage a little humanity, that is something.❤️https://t.co/hyuTRP7dZC pic.twitter.com/qJV47Joqha
— Ed Accura (@ed_accura) December 30, 2017
Ed Accura & Shelter
Musician Ed Accura has released a single called Bear A Witness, with all proceeds going to Shelter. The song was inspired by a conversation with a homeless man in London, with the single available for download for 79p and upwards.
Looking for that special gift for a loved one this #Christmas? Look no further than our range of beautiful, handmade bespoke items of jewellery by @PoshTottyDesign. 100% of the proceeds from each piece is donated to support our work >> https://t.co/BTBbuVB3pF pic.twitter.com/S8D8x37H7q
— Rockinghorse (@Rockinghorse67) November 12, 2017
Posh Totty Designs & Rockinghorse Children’s Charity
Posh Totty Designs is selling a range of jewellery designed in conjunction with the Rockinghorse Children’s Charity, which is the official fundraising arm of the Royal Alexandra Children’s Hospital and also supports the Trevor Mann Baby Unit. The range includes a bracelet, necklace, ring and earrings, and 100% of the profits from sales go directly to the charity.
— Zoe Porter (@ZPee) December 19, 2017
Zoe Porter & Yorkshire Cats Rescue
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