When was the last time you bought yourself something that not only looked good, but did good too? Well, we know you're the sort of person who likes to do the right thing, so it's probably not been that long. But we're going to be straight with you - this World Cancer Day, you won't be able to get your hands on anything cooler than our brand new Merch for Good t-shirts.

Merch for Good is a line of exclusive t-shirts designed and donated by some of the world’s best artists and musicians. 100% of the profits from each sale will help us keep providing tailored social and practical support to young adults in their 20s or 30s across the country as they live with and beyond cancer. And let us tell you - the artists and the designs combine fashion, music and art in a way that's so unique, we reckon the pulse of anyone who loves any of those three categories will be racing as soon as they hit the Merch for Good storefront. 

T-shirts by Glass Animals, The Cure, The Snuts, Bullet For My Valentine, Nothing But Thieves, The Damned & Simple Minds are available now. Throughout February, we'll be dropping designs from Yungblud, Ellie Goulding, The Chemical Brothers, Mel C, Razorlight, You Me At Six, Blossoms, Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes, Pale Waves, Cat Stevens/Yusuf, Jamie Campbell Bower, Keane, KT Tunstall, Jack Savoretti, DJ Shadow & Don Broco.

"Many of the people I love most in the world have suffered from cancer. Physical problems aside, I have seen the psychological and social side effects surrounding it overwhelm them. If each t-shirt goes a little way towards helping someone find their footing, it’s a huge win." Dave Bayley, Glass Animals 

Previous supporters of Merch for Good include alt-J, Bastille, Birdy, Bon Iver, CHVRCHES, Foals, Idles, Jimmy Eat World, John Grant, Royal Blood, The Libertines, The National, Editors, TV on The Radio, Twin Atlantic, Warpaint and Wolf Alice - and too many more to mention.

These t-shirts, designed so generously by world famous artists and musicians, allow us to keep doing our game-changing work. Every penny donated means that we can keep offering support to people in their 20s or 30s who've heard the words "it's cancer".

That's pretty rock and roll to us.

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Thank you to DawBell for their support on the campaign.