Marks and Spencer’s sell out ‘All in this together’ charity t-shirt is back in stock

We are all loving the amount of support brands have been showing for the NHS during these challenging times.

It feels like everyday there is a new charity tee, and last week Marks and Spencer joined in by creating their own t-shirts in aid of NHS charities Together.

The high street retailer launched their ‘All in this Together’ T-shirt last week Thursday at midday, to show their support and solidarity for our NHS during this uncertain time of COVID-19.

A roaring success, the t-shirt sold out within the first 24hours, with one t-shirt selling every second. This was Marks and Spencer's fastest selling t-shirt ever!

The t-shirt which was created in response to an overwhelming influx of many customers and colleagues requesting a charity tee to buy has now been restocked, but best be quick as this mega hit is sure to sell out again.

It might feel like Marks and Spencer are late to the charity t-shirt party, but the retailer has been working hard and doing their bit in the recent weeks by providing thousands of bespoke t-shirts for the NHS Nightingale frontline team to wear as part of their uniform.

Men's NHS Charities Together T-shirt, £9.50

Women's Charities Together T-shirt, £9.50

Kid's Charities Together T-shirt, £8

From just £8 the t-shirt features a colourful rainbow or the ‘All in this Together’ slogan, made from soft breathable cotton and are available in men’s, women’s and kid's sizes, so there is one for the whole family.

Every pound raised for the tee will be donated to NHS Charities Together, supporting the NHS staff and volunteers caring for Covid-19 patients.

Holly Willoughby who works with Marks and Spencer of course showed her full support, by posting a picture of her and her son Chester wearing their matching t-shirts.

As a proud ambassador of Marks and Spencer she is urging people to also buy the charity tee, and show their appreciation for the amazing NHS staff and volunteers who are working non stop in this crisis.

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The Marks and Spencer design and buying team did an amazing job pulling together to create this rainbow inspired t-shirt, by repurposing existing stock and printing the t-shirt in the UK, so it could be made available within two weeks.

Director of Womenswear and Kidswear at Marks and Spencer Jill Stanton has said:

“Taking part in the ‘thank you’ clap every Thursday has become a moving weekly milestone for millions of us around the country."

"In this uncertain time, it’s a moment where we come together, even though we may be apart, and we wanted to capture this" "moment and celebrate it within the design of our T-shirt.”

Promoting such a worthy cause and a strong message this t-shirt will help in both bringing people together, and supporting our NHS.

But be quick these t-shirts are bound to sell out again.

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