Punky Princess has partnered with T-Shirt Booth to support the anti-bullying charity Kidscape.
The T-Shirt Booth app is a new tool for fundraisers from Digital Giving.
It is free to download and allows users to create personalised t-shirts printed with a brand’s images, the logo of an affiliated charity and also a photo of the user’s choosing.
Punky Princess has created a range of specially designed t-shirts for ‘tween’ girls aged 10 to 14 to personalise.
It will be donating £2 from the sale of each t-shirt to Kidscape, its chosen charity partner since launch.
“We are excited to join forces with T-Shirt Booth as we know our girls love apps, especially those that give them the option to be creative. T-Shirt Booth does this and also gives the girls the chance to be kind and support our chosen charity Kidscape too," said Laura Unsworth, Punky Princess brand manager.
“We know this app is going to be really popular within our expanding online community and we also expect it to reach even wider than the Punky Princess community.”
Punky Princess t-shirts are available in a range of Punky and Princess colours including black, two shades of pink and light grey.
Once the girls have chosen a design that suits their personality they can personalise their t-shirt with a picture or image to go with their chosen image.
“Kidscape is delighted to be supported by Punky Princess in this new initiative with T-Shirt Booth," added Nikki Kerr from Kidscape.
We hope that our anti-bullying message will reach more young people and their families, and that we will be able to increase the number of children we can help.”
The T-Shirt Booth App is available via the Apple App Store, via Google Play for Android – and can be downloaded directly from the T-Shirt Booth website – www.t-booth.net.