Hey! Holla Charities supported by our charity sweatshirts and tees
The Hey! Holla charity collection of slogan sweatshirts and slogan t-shirts supports charities that help those affected by the Coronavirus pandemic.
£10 from every sweatshirt and £5 from every t-shirt in the Hey! Homies Charity range will go to our chosen charities.
Staying in is the new going out. We stay in for our elderly relatives, for those that are vulnerable, for NHS staff , careworkers, keyworkers and for our friends and family, to stop the spread of Covid-19.
2020 is about being at home. Working from home...home schooling, home workouts, slowing down, banana bread, booze, board games and puzzles, clapping for the NHS on Thursday nights, crafts with the kids, happy hour, date night in the kitchen, rainbows, TikToks, zoom calls and new rules, quizzes and Netflix. We're in this together.
We have chosen the following charities as beneficiaries thanks to your purchases from the Hey! Homies Charity range. We have selected organisations which support those that are in need of food, the lonely elderly, victims of domestic violence (women and children) and those who's mental health is suffering and may be at risk of suicide.
FareShare Help us get food to vulnerable people. We need you more than ever.
At FareShare we will do everything we can to continue delivering food to vulnerable people. During this time of crisis, help us deliver more food to the frontline organisations providing a lifeline to those most at risk.
The food we redistribute is nutritious, in-date and good to eat. It reaches charities across the UK, including school breakfast clubs, older people’s lunch clubs, homeless shelters, and community cafes. Every week we provide enough food to create almost a million meals for vulnerable people. Donate to FareShare.
Age UK The coronavirus pandemic has changed life for everyone, but some older people are among the hardest hit. We’re working hard to ensure our vital information, advice and befriending services can continue to safely help the older people who are reaching out to us during these deeply worrying times.
The Age UK Advice Line has seen an unprecedented number of calls since the crisis hit, peaking at an 88% increase in demand. Our telephone befriending services support over 3,500 older people weekly, and we've recently seen demand for this service increase by 290%.
The Silver Line 24/7 Helpline 0800 4 70 80 90, our partner charity, which helps to tackle loneliness and isolation and receives 500,000 calls per year, has seen demand increase up to 31% since the outbreak of coronavirus.
In communities across the UK, older people are relying on their local Age UK to provide practical support with food supplies and much more.Demand for our vital services is increasing rapidly. Please help us be there for older people who desperately need us during this crisis. Donate to AgeUK.
Refuge Two women per week are killed by a current or former partner in England and Wales, help us support women and children affected by domestic abuse.
We run the Freephone 24 hour National Domestic Abuse Helpline: 0808 2000 247. The number of calls logged to the helpline have increased by 120% during this crises and we urgently need your support to keep our life-saving services, helpline and refuges open for women and children during this crisis. Donate to Refuge.
CALM (Campaign Against Living Miserably). Leading a movement against suicide, the single biggest killer of men under 45 in the UK and the cause of 18 deaths every day. Join the campaign to take a stand against suicide.
We’ve experienced a record surge in demand for our helpline recently… 37% more daily calls in the first week of lockdown, to be precise.
Please help us meet this unprecedented demand and save more lives. Donate to CALM.