Celebs Show Their Support For Liberty and MTV Staying Alive’s New Charity T-Shirt
Do good and look good at the same time...
Famous faces including Nadine Coyle, Lisa Snowdon and MTV’s very own Laura Whitmore have teamed up to model a limited edition Liberty London t-shirt.
The design team at the iconic London department store has created an exclusive top for MTV Staying Alive Foundation, with 50% of the profits going to the charity.
In case you didn’t know, MTV Staying Alive trains and funds youth-led initiatives all over the world to help educate local communities about HIV and sexual health.
The gorgeous floral-patterned tee is based on one of Liberty’s archive designs, and at only £20 it’s a total bargain.
Even style goddess Victoria Beckham is a fan, telling her 10 million Twitter followers to go bag themselves a t-shirt ASAP.
So what are you waiting for? Go get your t-shirt and help an amazing cause today!
About MTV Staying Alive Foundation
MTV Staying Alive Foundation provides funding and training to youth-led HIV prevention projects around the world. Their work helps these projects and their young leaders to develop vital skills to build innovative, culturally relevant and sustainable organisations that lead the fight against HIV on the ground.
To date, MTV Staying Alive Foundation programming has reached 100% of the top 50 countries affected by HIV, and has awarded 500 grants in 66 countries around the world, distributing over $5 million to grassroots HIV-prevention projects and directly benefitting 2.6 million young people.
Liberty London And MTV Staying Alive Foundation Launch A Charity T-Shirt
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