Belfast Telegraph

T-shirts to support children's charity

Claire Savage

A Coleraine business aims to raise £2,500 for the Northern Ireland Cancer Fund for Children (NICFC) this month by selling 500 limited edition T-shirts.

Plain and Simple produces hand-printed shirts using organic cotton, eco inks and recycled biodegradable packaging, and was launched to impact positive change in the community.

For every T-shirt sold, £5 will go to the NICFC to provide one-to-one support for a young person with cancer. These sessions give the opportunity to discuss worries or fears around a cancer diagnosis.

For every 10 sold, and £50 raised, one afternoon of support can be provided for a child.

"So, we're aiming to sell 500 shirts and provide 50 one-to-ones," said EJ Cousins from Plain and Simple.

CEO of the NICFC, Gillian Creevy, added: "These uniquely designed T-shirts are the perfect stocking-filler. We're delighted Plain and Simple has come on board to support us."

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