// In honour of Captain Tom Moore’s 100th birthday, I Saw It First launches charity t-shirt range
// All profits from the launch will go to the NHS
Manchester based fast-fashion retailer I Saw It First has launched three charity t-shirts in honour of Captain Tom Moore’s 100th birthday today.
All of the profits will go directly to the NHS.
The collection is available online and the retailer aims to raise money for the NHS as well as awareness of “the amazing strength and determination Captain Tom has shown during his fundraising.”
The fashion retailer has also added a donation functionality on their website to raise money which they are matching during this time.
So far Captain Tom has raised over £28 million pounds for the NHS frontline and I Saw It First hopes to support his contribution by raising money with this collection.
Since lockdown I Saw It First has made various charitable donations including donating over 30,000 bottles of water, hundreds of boxes of food supplies and toiletries to Royal Children’s Hospital Manchester and Nightingale in London.
It has donated over 2000 bottles of water, 3000 hand sanitizers, 2000 masks, food supplies and toilet paper to Queens Hospital in Romford and The Princess Alexandra Hospital in Harlow.
As well as donating thousands of hand sanitisers and surgical masks to other hospitals around the UK and launched a blue category on its website in support of the #ClapForCarers campaign where all profits are being donated.