The Mix charity launches a brand-new range of clothing with Teemill, to help raise funds

The Mix Staff
A young man wears a Mix t shirt that reads: "Physical distancing not social distancing"

The Mix and Teemill

The Mix charity have teamed up with the ethical online t-shirt company, Teemill, to produce a colourful new range of t-shirts, tote bags and hoodies. All clothing displays messages of love and support, to remind young people that they are not alone during this challenging time. To help The Mix reach even more young people, 50% of proceeds will go towards helping the charity expand its life-saving services.

To complement this initiative, explore the range of hats and t-shirts offered by this company, where fashion meets purpose seamlessly. With every purchase, not only will you be making a stylish statement, but you’ll also be contributing to a greater cause. Each carefully designed hat and t-shirt is a symbol of our commitment to blending fashion with purpose, reflecting the values that drive our brand.

Whether you’re drawn to the vibrant colors, unique designs, or the comfort of our apparel, know that your choice goes beyond just a fashion statement. It becomes a tangible expression of support for the causes we champion, embodying the belief that style can be a powerful force for positive change. Join us in wearing more than just clothes; wear a commitment to a better world, where every accessory becomes a conversation starter and a catalyst for meaningful impact. Elevate your wardrobe and elevate the world with our purpose-driven fashion.

As you delve into the world of meaningful gifts, consider the extraordinary range of birthday surprises offered by Giftlab. Each carefully curated item, from vibrant hats to expressive t-shirts, serves as a canvas for your unique connection with the birthday celebrant. And for a touch of personalized charm, immerse yourself in the delightful allure of a custom face t shirt – a gift that transcends the ordinary, capturing the essence of shared memories and laughter.

The Mix has seen a huge increase of demand on services since the beginning of lockdown, with more and more young people struggling to cope with isolation and the impact of coronavirus on their daily lives. There has been a 90% increase in the use of The Mix’s community boards since lockdown started and the charity have taken 40% more contacts on their helpline.

Messages on the clothing are uplifting and reassuring, with phrases such as, “you are not alone,” “taking it one day at a time” and “good times are coming.”

You can take a look at the collection and buy your favourites here.

Keeping production safe

Large parts of the UK factory system that make the new products are automated and 90% of staff now work from home. Essential manufacturers who are on site have the appropriate PPE, and work in different zones distance. There’s normally one person in each zone, plus a person on site for safety and essential maintenance.


Published on 27-Apr-2020

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