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Here's what our partners say...

We’re thrilled to work with Kindred to share our exciting range of t-shirts, mugs and travel mugs. What better way to show your support for HIV rights by raising vital funds to help us end HIV stigma and discrimination. Every purchase really makes a difference!
Sharon Coleman
Director of Fundraising at National AIDS Trust
We are delighted that Kindred has chosen us as their charity partner for this fantastic campaign, we are so grateful to them. There has never been a better time to support our Foundation as we work tirelessly to help nurses and midwives working during this pandemic. Your purchase will allow us to provide much needed emotional and wellbeing support to them. Please buy a product today and help a nurse or a midwife on the frontline.
Greta Westwood
CEO, Florence Nightingale Foundation
It’s fantastic to see how #clapforourcarers and Kindred.co are collaborating to raise much needed funds for frontline staff in the NHS. The t-shirts look amazing and it feels great that every time someone buys one, they’ll be helping NHS staff, volunteers and patients dealing with Covid crisis. I’m looking forward to wearing one myself!
Ellie Orton
CEO, NHS Charities Together
It’s not often that you can say your shopping saves lives, but with 100% of profits from every item funding our international rescue projects, you can shop to your heart’s content knowing that you’re helping change lives everywhere. We can’t thank @kindred_social enough for being the inspiration and masterminds behind this fabulous platform - and with the season of giving just around the corner, now’s the time to treat yourself and your loved ones 🐾
Elizabeth Davenport
Digital Marketing Manager, Wild at Heart Foundation
It is a fantastic way to support Embrace financially but also raise awareness of the charity when wearing your purchase. The profits from the sale of this range will go to Alfie’s Hardship Fund, which will help us to continue to fund the invaluable services that we provide to children and young people harmed by crime. We would like to thank C G Michaels for his time that he has kindly donated to the charity in creating all of the designs. These were inspired by our mascot Alfie Bear and the term Embrace, which during these social distancing times is something many of us look forward to being able to do in the future!
Anne Campbell
CEO, Embrace Child Victims of Crime