Hammett Shirts is supporting UK men’s cancer charity Orchid this festive season by donating two per cent of all our shirt sales to the charity.
From 1 to 25 December, we will donate two per cent of each shirt sale to the charity in our ‘Nuts for Christmas’ campaign. Simply order your purchases as normal and we will make a donation on your behalf.
Orchid is the UK’s leading charity working on behalf of anyone affected by or interested in male cancer – prostate, testicular and penile cancer.
Established in 1996 by testicular cancer patient, Colin Osborne MBE and the oncologist who saved his life, Professor Tim Oliver, Orchid exists to save men’s lives from male cancer through a range of support services, education and awareness campaigns and a pioneering research programme.
Will Conway at Hammett Shirts said: “We’re thrilled to help fundraise for Orchid in the run up to Christmas; an important charity that saves men's lives through pioneering research and promoting awareness of three types of cancer.”
Lindsey Kell, Events & Community Fundraising Manager at Orchid, said: “We are delighted that Hammett Shirts has chosen Orchid as a charity to raise funds for."
“As a very small charity, the money raised will ensure that we can continue our life-saving work, such as providing a range of support services including our renowned Specialist Nurse Helpline, education and awareness campaigns, in addition to our pioneering research programme.”
For more information, visit the Orchid website.