Glass Animals, Pale Waves, YUNGBLUD and more have joined the Merch For Good campaign fundraiser with exclusive t-shirts

100% of profits from each sale directly supporting young adults living with cancer.

Glass Animals, Pale Waves, YUNGBLUD and more have joined the Merch For Good campaign.

The fundraiser features a collecting of exclusive t-shirts designed by artists and musicians, with 100% of profits from each sale directly supporting young adults living with cancer.

A batch of t-shirts has launched today (Friday, 4th February) from Glass Animals, The Cure, Blossoms, The Snuts, Bullet For My Valentine, The Damned and Simple Minds, with further designs coming from YUNGBLUD, Ellie Goulding, You Me At Six, Pale Waves and more.

Glass Animals’ Dave Bayley says: “Many of the people I love most in the world have suffered from cancer. Physical problems aside, I have seen the psychological and social side effects surrounding it overwhelm them. If each t-shirt goes a little way towards helping someone find their footing, it’s a huge win.”

Each T-shirt is priced at £24.99 and is “sustainably made to order, using water-based Eco Inks that are 100% non-hazardous, toxin-free and totally vegan.” Visit merchforgood.net for more information.

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