T.M. LEWIN HAVE PARTNERED WITH SHELTER TO HELP RAISE VITAL FUNDS FOR PEOPLE IN HOUSING NEED
The National Shirt Exchange Week launches on Monday 26 September. Every shirt donated will be given directly to Shelter to sell in their shops. You can go one step further in supporting Shelter by then purchasing a new shirt from your nearest T.M. Lewin store and £2 will be donated to Shelter. The money raised will be used to help people in desperate housing need so that they can find and keep a home. Please support the campaign.
T.M.Lewin is proud to launch National Shirt Week in partnership with Shelter, the housing and homelessness charity. With a large proportion of people owning a surplus of shirts that hang unwanted and unloved at the back of the wardrobe, T.M.Lewin is encouraging you to give your unwanted shirts a new home whilst also raising money for Shelter.
Customers who are unable to visit a T.M.Lewin store can still take part and donate, as T.M.Lewin will be running the shirt exchange initiative online at www.tmlewin.co.uk. Online shoppers will be sent a donation bag enabling them to take their unwanted shirts into their local Shelter store.
To celebrate National Shirt Exchange Week, T.M.Lewin will be building the biggest ever house made of shirts in Paternoster Square, London on Monday 26th and in Spinningfields, Manchester on Wednesday 28th September.
The houses will be at both locations from 8am to 6.30pm and there may even be a few celebrities donating their unwanted shirts throughout the day too, all to help raise money for Shelter.
If you are using social media tools to report on the day remember the hashtag is:
Following on from Monday’s event in Paternoster Square, London, the Shelter/TM Lewin house of shirts is today in Spinningfields, Manchester. Thanks to word spreading online, and support on air from Manchester’s Capital Radio, the shirt donations have been coming into the TM Lewin store here before the house even arrived.
Bags of shirts donated for Shelter to sell in their charity stores, with those donating receiving a money off voucher for a new shirt from TM Lewin, who are also donating £2 from each shirt sold to Shelter.
You can donate individually to Shelter via Just Text Giving. It’s FREE to text and you can donate however much you want. Simply text the unique code “SHRT11”, followed by a space, and the amount you want to donate (£1, £2, £3, £4, £5 or £10) to phone number 70070.
September is going to be a very exciting month here at T.M.Lewin as we are working on one of the biggest charity campaigns we have ever run - National Shirt Exchange Week. We are really excited to be working with Shelter, the housing and homelessness charity, to help them raise much needed funds. Click on the title of this post above to read more.
Why not add a Shirts4Shelter twibbon to your avatar and show your support for our campaign. Here’s an example of what it looks like: You can add a Twibbon to your avatar by clicking right here
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With so many causes needing our support, it’s easy for some of the simplest ways to help charities to fall off our radar. There’s certainly no harm in expanding the story, making the action of helping feel like we’re part of some bigger action. This is why shirt manufacturer TM Lewin have teamed up with [...]
Here is the final video in a four part series showing why we have partnered with the homelessness charity Shelter and the people we will be helping with the Shirts4Shelter campaign during National Shirt Exchange Week. read more
Here is the third video in a four part series showing why we have partnered with the homelessness charity Shelter and the people we will be helping with the Shirts4Shelter campaign during National Shirt Exchange Week. read more
Here is the first video in a four part series showing why we have partnered with the homelessness charity Shelter and the people we will be helping with the Shirts4Shelter campaign during National Shirt Exchange Week. read more
Here is the first video in a four part series showing why we have partnered with the homelessness charity Shelter and the people we will be helping with the Shirts4Shelter campaign during National Shirt Exchange Week.
We are using this site to collect content and document activity around Shirts4Shelter – we’re hoping that it will be a valuable resource to support the Shelter/TM Lewin joint project. You can join in by using the hashtag #shirts4shelter on any tweets, audioboos or photos and we will include them in the site.
Shelter is a charity that works to alleviate the distress caused by homelessness and bad housing. We do this by giving advice, information and advocacy to people in housing need, and by campaigning for lasting political change to end the housing crisis for good.
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