St David’s Hospice in Llandudno, North Wales, has partnered with printing and embroidery company Jami Q’s to create its bespoke Great Orme Goat T-shirts to help raise funds for the charity and its frontline workers.
Head of fundraising, marketing and communications at St David’s, Margaret Hollings, said: “Following the worldwide news about the Great Orme Goats taking over the town of Llandudno, we came up with the concept of a bespoke T-shirt as it seemed like a fitting tribute to our lovely goat friends, which are regular visitors to the hospice.
“By purchasing a T-shirt, it’s also a great way for people to support us to ensure that we can keep our wonderful clinical colleagues on the front line during Covid-19”.
All funds raised go directly to the Hospice to support its work throughout the coronavirus crisis, providing respite and end-of-life care to adult patients living with life-limiting illnesses.
Marie Lidgett, marketing and communications manager at St David’s, added: “The T-shirts have been a great hit!
“The response has been huge – we’ve had over 750 orders, which equates to over 1000 T-shirts sold and already it has raised £15,000 for the hospice.”
Jami Q’s printed the design onto Fruit of the Loom’s Valueweight T-shirt (61036) on an MHM E Series Automatic screen printing machine, using a six-colour process with Wilflex Epic Rio inks.
The Great Orme Goats took over the town of Llandudno