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eBay to celebrate Pride with The Albert Kennedy Trust
Fans of Henry Holland will be thrilled to hear that they’ll be able to buy a limited-edition t-shirt or hoodie exclusively designed by Henry with 100% of the proceeds going to the Albert Kennedy Trust charity.
For the second year running, eBay.co.uk is supporting The Albert Kennedy Trust, a UK LGBT youth homelessness charity, in celebration of Pride. This time, with exclusive merchandise designed by Henry Holland and young beneficiaries of The Trust’s work, as well as two specially designed pins by PINTRILL featured on dedicated hub.
The Henry Holland hoodie will be priced at £40, while the t-shirt is £20 and the limited-edition pins can be bought for £5 each.
The online marketplace will also offer shoppers across the world the ability to bid on over 30 pairs of adidas Samba trainers customised by the likes of David Beckham, Edward Enninful, Kate Moss, Elton John, Marc Jacobs and Liam Payne for the adidas ‘Prouder’ campaign – with all proceeds going to The Albert Kennedy Trust.
This will be the second year that eBay UK has supported the charity, which provides safe homes, mentoring, training and support to young people 16-25 who are homeless or at risk of homelessness following coming out.
“I feel passionate about the Albert Kennedy Trust and their amazing work and the team that make it all happen. I have worked with some of the young people who have benefited from their amazing support on this design and it really was a collaboration between us all. I hope everyone loves wearing it and promoting the message behind it as much as we enjoyed designing it.”
– Henry Holland
“We are thrilled to be supporting the great work of The Albert Kennedy Trust and using the people power of our marketplace to make a difference to these communities. In 2017 eBay for Charity raised over £27M for thousands of UK charities, from small local organisations to big national charities.”
– Murray Lambell, eBay spokesperson and VP, UK Trading