Dancing Leopard launches a ‘Sisterhood Charity T-Shirt’ to celebrate International Women’s Day.
Dancing Leopard are proud to be supporting Women for Women International through the launch of the new ‘Sisterhood Charity T-Shirt’, an incredible charity that helps women survivors of war and conflict to rebuild their lives. Through their work, Women for Women International have so far reached and supported over half a million women across eight post-conflict countries around the world.
The ‘Sisterhood Charity T-Shirt’ features an original line drawing of a woman to the front, drawn by their in-house designer. Made from 100% organic cotton and printed with eco-friendly ink, it’s Fair Wear Accredited and PETA approved. The ‘Sisterhood Charity T-Shirt’ is available in sizes 6-18 and costs £24. It can be purchased from the Dancing Leopard website from 8th March.
Founder & CEO, Jade Hildreth says, “To mark International Women’s Day, we wanted to do something that would make a difference to the lives of women who are struggling. We’re so grateful for the important work that Women for Women International do and we couldn’t be happier to be supporting them with this t-shirt. We hope it helps to raise awareness while championing the message of sisterhood.”
ABOUT DANCING LEOPARD
Dancing Leopard is a women’s fashion brand with Ibizan roots. Founded in 2009, they now have an international website and concessions in ten countries. They’re best known for the expressive use of colour and our unique, statement prints.
At Dancing Leopard, people are at the heart of everything they do. They stand for supporting others and giving back to communities. As a brand, they will always look for ways that we can improve the lives of people who are struggling and believe that we are all stronger when we empower each other.
Women for Women International invests where inequality is greatest by helping women who are forgotten — the women survivors of war and conflict. In Afghanistan, Bosnia and Herzegovina, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Iraq, Kosovo, Nigeria, Rwanda, and South Sudan, women learn skills to rebuild their families and communities through Women for Women International’s Stronger Women Stronger Nations Programme. They form support networks, learn to earn an income and save, and gain knowledge and resources about health and their rights. Since 1993, the organisation has invested in the power of over 500,000 women to use their voices and create a ripple effect that makes the world more equal, peaceful, and prosperous. To learn more about the power of women, for women, visitwomenforwomen.org.uk or follow@WomenforWomenUK on social media.