This item was designed exclusively for the #HelloToKindness campaign and each t-shirt is made to order in the UK. As such your item may take up to 14 days to be produced and delivered.
Hand & Lock have partnered with HELLO! to produce a limited edition embroidered t-shirt to support their new #HelloToKindness campaign. The campaign was conceived to promote positivity online. Social media should be a safe fun place where we and our children can roam freely - sadly this is often not the case. We are asking everyone to get behind the campaign and say #HelloToKindness and turn the internet into a more positive space.
By buying the t-shirt you will be supporting The Diana Award and their range of programmes, including their anti-bullying initiative. Funds raised go toward the training and development of an anti-bullying task-force with the team offering help and advice to young adults facing abuse. Help Hand & Lock and HELLO! support this worthy cause by wearing your #HelloToKindness t-shirt with pride.
All profits go to support the cause.
Embroidery produced in the UK.
100% cotton t-shirt produced in Morocco
T-shirt is machine washable at 60 degrees.
HELLO's Editor-in-chief Rosie Nixon said: "Comments left under our posts – particularly any to do with Kate or Meghan – have become increasingly hostile – either towards the Duchesses or other users. So we’re asking people to think before they post and say #HelloToKindness. We want to make social media a more positive space for everyone to enjoy.”
HELLO's Head of Digital Sophie Vokes-Dudgeon said: "Issues of low self esteem are rife among young people these days and we feel, as a responsible publication with high values, we need to lead the way. It's a big concern for our readers too; in a recent survey we discovered how important these issues are to the people we write for, which is exactly why they read our publications. Being healthy in mind as much as in body is important to our audience. They are acutely aware of mental health and self esteem issues experienced by themselves, friends and family and also celebrities.
"They are realistic that celebrities and royals are not immune from life’s ups and downs and they admire those who have spoken out about mental health and image issues."
Celebrities including Andrea McLean, Bros, Blue, Natalie Pinkham, Gaby Roslin and James McVey have already backed the #HelloToKindness campaign, but anyone can get involved and spread the word by posting their own kind message on Instagram today.
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