New Irish clothing brand will be donating 50% of profits to cancer charities

By Lynda Keogh

June 20, 2021 at 9:01am

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We've all been touched by cancer in some shape or form... This new Irish clothing company wants to give cancer the two fingers!

The concept behind Take Two is aptly twofold; one capturing the anger that many people feel when it comes to a cancer diagnosis as depicted in their artwork. Secondly, Take Two also links nicely to the idea of having your second 'take' at life post-diagnosis.
Started by three Waterford women each touched by cancer in their own way, their aim is to turn the anger and heartbreak of cancer "...into power and ammunition to fight against the disease". With this in mind the company will be donating 50% of their profits to Irish cancer charities, as they recognise the services many of these charities offer in support of cancer patients, survivors and their family members.
You can fashionably give cancer the two fingers too with these gorgeous sweatshirts and beanies. A chic and comfy way to support charities and know you're 'doing good' - you can learn more the brand here.

We love supporting small and new Irish businesses, and even more so we love supporting small businesses with a brand ethos like this. We wish the girls the best of luck with their new venture, and we join you in giving cancer the two fingers!

Lead Image via Take Two

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