LGBTcute T shirts and bags
Charity launches cute LGBTcute T-shirts and bags
After Adoption, a charity based in Manchester supporting everyone affected by adoption, has launched a new line of t-shirts and bags to raise vital funds.
Using a play on words and celebrating the diversity of the adoptive families that they work with, the LGBTcute designs depict LGBTQi families, as well a text-only version which is just plain cute and would look great worn on a Friday night in the Village!
The LGBTcute designs are now available at www.afteradoption.teemill.co.uk (link below) and 50% of the profits will go towards supporting After Adoption’s valuable work. The charity particularly wanted to celebrate the contribution made by LGBTQi families to adoption, as one in four of their adopters identifies as LGBTQi, compared to a national average of 1 in 10.
If the LGBTcute design isn’t for you, have a look at the hopeful ‘Treeshirts’, with a much needed blast of optimisim. The “Hope for the future” design features a tree full of hearts and comes in different colours and fits.
Throughout February and March, you can support the invaluable work After Adoption does with LGBT adoptive families in Manchester by buying one of the unique T-shirts currently on sale.Read More at www.afteradoption.teemill.co.uk
story published on Tue, 14 Feb 2017
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