Sipcam’s ‘Floral Thursday’ charity auction for Greenfingers Charity

Company: Sipcam Home & Garden

Sipcam Home & Garden are once again raising money for Greenfingers charity, this time by auctioning off the last remaining Sipcam Floral Thursday shirt. The shirt itself is special, not just because it’s a limited edition but also because it won an industry recognised award. Wearing the shirt at Glee 2023, Sipcam were awarded the Greatest Floral Team Award in association with Greenfingers charity, which capped off a fantastic show in June.

Now a Floral Thursday fan could be a proud owner of an award-winning floral t-shirt! The bright floral design will make you stand out in the crowd, whilst the short sleeves and soft material provide optimal comfort. The t-shirt is particularly good for ecofective® fans as it sports a ‘Happy Plant, Happy Planet’ message on the back, one of the brands straplines.

The t-shirt has never been worn and is the perfect attire for a warm summer’s day, ideal for gardening or even floral camouflage and fancy dress. Due to its comfort, it could also be used as sleeping attire. Retailing at £21.30 the XXL shirt features a trendy purple, pink, green and white flower design.

Whether you use it or not, purchasing the Sipcam Floral Thursday shirt will give money to a worthy cause.

Greenfingers is a national charity that creates beautiful, well-designed outdoor spaces for children to enjoy with their family, friends, and siblings, whether through play and fun, or therapeutic rest and relaxation. The charity is driven by the belief that time spent outdoors, away from the bedside, can offer children and families under considerable stress a vital opportunity to embrace the benefits of being in the fresh air and engaging with the natural environment.

Do your bit for charity today and place a bid on the Sipcam Floral Thursday shirt. Head over to our eBay page and get involved in the auction now by clicking here!

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