Deer Little Forest supports eco charities with new licensing deals

Robert Hutchins

By Robert Hutchins

July 25th 2014 at 10:33AM
Deer Little Forest supports eco charities with new licensing deals

Characters join Digital Giving's T-Shirt Booth to support The Woodland Trust and Timbergram for Tree Aid.

Deer Little Forest has signed a host of new deals aimed at supporting ecologically oriented charities.

The firm has joined Digital Giving’s T-Shirt Booth in support of The Woodland Trust and Timbergram for a range of greeting cards to champion Tree Aid.

T-Shirt Booth will now feature a selection of four Deer Little forest designs, available to consumers via its free app. Fans can personlaise their t-shirts and brand them with their chosen character.

Every purchased t-short contributes £2 to its character’s connected charity. Deer Little Forest has teamed with The Woodland Trust, which aims to protect ancient woods, restore damaged ones and create new native woodlands in the UK.

“We are absolutely delighted to see the Deer Little Forest joining a host of other children’s favourite characters in this digital fundraising product range,” said Grant Morgan, co-founder of Digital Giving.

Meanwhile, wooden greeting card and art print company, Timbergram supports the Tree Aid organisation, planting a tree for every ten postcards it sells.

“We loved Deer Little Forest as soon as we saw the images,” said Jack Tattersall, founder and president of Timbergram. “There’s a great depth to the characters they create and also a lot of fun involved.”