The Sunday Post star joins the initiative to raise money for Scottish charity, The Kiltwalk

T-Shirt Booth signs Scotland’s Oor Wullie

Digital Giving’s charity fund raising app T-Shirt Booth has signed its 20th licensed character, as Oor Wullie joins the initiative.

Created by DC Thomson, Oor Wullie and The Broons is a weekly cartoon strip that appears in the Scottish newspaper, The Sunday Post.

Fans and T-Shirt Booth customers can now customise their own t-shirts with Oor Wullie artwork, raising money for its affiliated charity, The Kiltwalk.

Oor Wullie has a rich heritage with the Sunday Post that spans over seven decades.

Scottish charity, The Kiltwalk aims to help scottish children from disadvantaged backgrounds or who suffer form life-threatening illnesses, to get the care and attention they need.

The Broons and Oor Wullie editor, Morris Heggie, said: "We are delighted to be able to support The Kiltwalk through T-Shirt Booth.

"It’s a great opportunity for us to support children’s charities throughout Scotland and, of course, Oor Wullie is chuffed to bits to appear on the t-shirt."

Grant Morgan, co-founder of Digital Giving, added: "We are absolutely delighted to see Oor Wullie joining a host of other children’s favourite characters in the digital fundraising product range."

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