Weird Fish reaches £100,000 fundraising milestone for the RSPB

Leading casual clothing brand, Weird Fish, has raised £100,000 for the RSPB, since its partnership began in January 2015.

The money has been raised through Weird Fish’s limited edition T-shirts, designed exclusively for the charity. Over the years, £5 from the sale of each T-shirt (typically on sale for £20) has been donated to the RSPB, the UK’s largest conservation charity.

There have been 10 T-shirts since 2015 in the clothing brand’s RSPB charity range.

John Stockton, managing director at Weird Fish, said: “We are delighted to have helped raise £100,000 for the RSPB. Our partnership has been very successful and we have plans for more exclusively designed T-shirts to continue to be released. We have the utmost respect for the work the RSPB does in securing a healthy environment for wildlife.”

‘Birdvinci’ is the 11th T-shirt designed exclusively for the RSPB. Designed by artist Richard Skipworth, this T-shirt is the latest addition to the range and kick-starts Weird Fish’s continued support of the charity for 2019. The new T-shirt is on sale now for £20, with £5 from each T-shirt donated to the RSPB. The design pays tribute to Leonardo da Vinci’s ‘Vitruvian Man’ and is available in a variety of colours, including Blue Indigo and Khaki Green.

Katy Terry, corporate partnerships manager at the RSPB, commented: “We are really proud of our partnership with Weird Fish. Thanks to their support we have achieved this fantastic milestone and look forward to developing more pun-tastic T-shirts that will raise vital funds for the RSPB; helping us to address the many challenges facing wildlife at this time.”

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