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Buying a T-shirt can bring HOPE

Aug 17, 2023 | Fundraising | 0 comments

Summer seems to be making a resurgence in the UK! After a slightly grey and miserable July, things seem to be brightening up again! We at The Lee Spark NF Foundation HQ are so happy! The sun makes such a difference to our health and mood, is the same true for you?

To celebrate summer we have some lovely navy, 100% cotton T-shirts for sale on our website in a variety of sizes, including children’s sizes (from 0-2 years upwards). They are printed with a message of HOPE (hope for some sun and for the future of NF survivors). They are priced at a super reasonable £7 per t-shirt (INCLUDING P&P!) – so why not check them out and show the world your HOPE.

nfsuk Hope Tshirt front side view. Navy T-shirt with Hope written through a star in yellow on the front left chest.

We’ve had a run on some adult and baby / toddler sizes, so do get them while you can.

As you may or may not know, The Lee Spark NF Foundation is able to do the great work it does due to the kindness and generosity of its supporters who help us raise money, which allows us to keep spreading the awareness of necrotising fasciitis.

Did you know that we sell merchandise to help us to do this? You can check out the full range here.

We hugely appreciate your support.

From everyone at the Lee Spark NF Foundation xxx

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