100 per cent of profits from the sale of the Beanantees shirts will go to Safe Ireland - the national social change agency working to end domestic abuse and coercive control in Ireland.
Donegal-run company Beanantees has announced a new collaboration with the ladies behind the Irish Women in Harmony initiative. Teaming up with 40 odd incredible female artists and musicians, it follows on from the roaring success of their cover of the popular Cranberries song Dreams.
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Don't mess with Mná round ✌️ After selling out in 18 minutes there will be one more round of 100 'Don't mess with Mná' @irishwomeninharmony X Beanantees charity tees going on sale on August 7. All items from the first round will be shipped in early August and second round shipping late August. Shout out to @unahealy for this ? snap ?
Inspired by their fundraising efforts - which has racked up over 3.5million views and over €215k - Beanantees have joined the fight, releasing a limited run of T-shirts bearing the words "don't mess with mná".
Saying that they are "honoured to be a tiny part of this amazing project", the first run of shirts sold out in a record 18 minutes... prompting them to announce a second run which will be available to buy on August 7th. Crediting Bono for the catchphrase, 100 per cent of profits from the sales of the shirts will go to safe Ireland.
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