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In honour of World Cancer Day, CLIC Sargent has collaborated with co-founder of Isle of Paradise and influencer, Jules Von Hep! Together, we created this limited edition t-shirt to spread positivity and support young cancer patients. Profits from each t-shirt sold will fund CLIC Sargent’s work, ensuring we can be there for children and young people with cancer and their families.
“I am honoured to have worked with CLIC Sargent on this t-shirt design. I thought about every single time I have interacted with the young cancer patients they support and the staff working to make incredible things happen, and realised the charity is built on optimism, togetherness and hope.
“My work focuses on how we feel in our bodies, so when young cancer patients started telling me that my posts and products were making them feel better – what a moment!
“Something I’ve observed is that cancer affects young people in more ways than we think. But they show such resilience and optimism! And if there was ever a time to be optimistic, I feel now it’s now babe! So shine those optimistic rays down and lift one another up!” Jules Von Hep
Mark World Cancer Day by buying a t-shirt today. To find out more about our campaign, visit clicsargent.org.uk/worldcancerday
100% of the profits from this t-shirt will go towards CLIC Sargent’s work supporting young cancer patients. Print Social will also donate 5% of the production costs.
CLIC Sargent Cancer Care for Children. A registered charity in England and Wales (1107328) and in Scotland (SC039857).
Uk standard - £2.95
Uk Tracked - £4.95
International Standard - From £4.75 to £6.95
International Tracked - From £9.50 to £11.00
Additional garments from the same campaign cost £1.50 extra for Uk deliveries and £2.00 extra for international deliveries.
We aim to print and ship garments within 10 working days from the end of the campaign.
Due to COVID-19 printing and shipping is currently taking around 15 working days. We are working hard to reduce this whilst keeping everyone in the studio safe. Thank you so much for your patience during these tough times.