All the brands releasing charitable T-shirts in aid of coronavirus

Anya Meyerowitz
·5-min read
The charitable tees to have been created to help aid the coronavirus. (ASOS)
The charitable tees to have been created to help aid the coronavirus. (ASOS)

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I think we can safely say that slogan tees are no longer having a moment but are rather just a fashion-fave that’s here to stay.

And they have long-since been commandeered as a way of getting across political, environmental or minorities’ messages in a way that offers the wearer a piece of fashion history.

Which is why it’s understandable that during this unprecedented pandemic, celebrities and brands alike are using these message-sending garments to spread awareness, raise money and rally people in the fight against coronavirus.

From Harry Styles’ ‘Stay Home’ tee to designer, Rixo’s vibrant t-shirt to raise money for Age UK and NHS Charities, the movers and shakers of the fashion world - and the red carpet - have waded in to do their bit.

So, want to help out some worthy causes while securing yourself a little piece of history? Here are the all the brands releasing charitable t-shirts in aid of coronavirus.

Do good, feel good, look good.

All the brands releasing charitable T-shirts in aid of coronavirus

Stay At Home T-shirt | £55 from Rixo

Co-founders of influencer-favourite RIXO, Henrietta Rix and Orlagh McCloskey have released a special, 'Stay Home' shirt with 10% of all profits from online sales going to the charity Age UK and 50% of profits going to NHS Charities.

Stay Home, Stay Safe Tee | £21 from hstyles.co.uk

Singer and songwriter, Harry Styles is well-known for his generous charitable endeavours, and now the star has released his own ‘Stay Home’ tee in support of the WHO efforts to fight COVID-19.

100% of profits will be donated to the COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund for the World Health Organisation, powered by the UN Foundation.

Love Wins T-Shirt | £15 from Comic Relief

This exclusive ‘Love Wins’ t-shirt was designed by Charlie Mackesy for Comic Relief as a symbol of hope. Charlie hopes this collection will be cherished, and that we are inspired to take care of one another.

By purchasing this t-shirt, you are helping Comic Relief provide more support for people who find themselves in lockdown with an abuser, people with mental health problems, and the very poorest families who now face an even greater struggle to cover the cost of essentials.

Unisex NHS Charity T-Shirt with Heroes Print | £20 from ASOS

Though it sold out within 30-minutes, the NHS Hero tee’s from shopping giant, ASOS will be back in stock soon.

Not only will 100% of sales will be going directly to the NHS, but ASOS have vowed to match all profits made from each sale to donate to UK hospitals.

National Heroes T-Shirt | £50 from Bella Freud

Reimagining the NHS’ iconic visual identity as meaning ‘National Heroes Solidarity’, the tee is on sale now, with 100 percent of the profits going towards charities helping the healthcare system.

Bella Freud explained: “In celebration of our fantastic National Health Service and all the staff working tirelessly around the clock, it’s an honour to donate every penny of profit from this t-shirt to support the NHS.”

Stay Together T-Shirt | £69 from Sandro

Chic, Parisian brand, Sando enlisted their followers help in creating their charity t-shirt, asking fans on Instagram which design they liked most.

‘We will be designing a shirt in which 100% of benefits will be donated to Red Cross to support them during the Covid-19 crisis,’ they told followers.


’In the spirit of being together, we invite our community to be a part of this initiative by choosing the design.’

Protect and Survive Tee | £55 from Katherine Hamnett

Katharine says "Slogan t-shirts are designed to put ideas in your brain. You can't not read them. They make you think, and hopefully do the right thing."

Her new slogan, Protect and Survive, is a message of solidarity with our NHS. It distills their message that to protect ourselves, each other and our incredible key workers we must stay at home and be conscientious.

Clap For Our Carers T-shirt | £20 from Kindred

Every Thursday evening at 8pm the country applauds all those who care for us and are ensuring our world can keep on turning. So, Kindred - the fashion sharing app - has created a Clap for Our Carers t-shirt.

Proceeds from the t-shirt will be donated to NHS Charities Together.