The Love Nepal t-shirt

The Love Nepal t-shirt

An outdoor footwear brand is hoping to raise thousands of pounds for victims of the Nepal earthquakes through sales of a new t-shirt.

Anatom has created a Love Nepal organic cotton t-shirt, with all profits from sales going to help relief work in the Himalayan country hit by a 7.8 magnitude earthquake.

Thousands of people died when the quake struck, including mountaineers at Everest Base Camp, and second major tremor a few days later caused further deaths and injuries.

Profits from sales of the Anatom t-shirt, which costs £20, will go to the Disasters Emergency Committee’s Nepal earthquake appeal.

Gordon Fraser, owner of Anatom, said: “We are happy to help raise money for the people of Nepal who have been so affected by this tragedy, which has happened on their doorstep and changed their lives irrevocably.

“We will promote this message through the sale of these t-shirts and hopefully raise thousands of pounds for the disaster fund.”

The Disasters Emergency Committee is working urgently to provide emergency aid via its member UK aid charities.

The Love Nepal t-shirts can be ordered through the Anatom and Teko websites.

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