The campaign aims to inform people around the world that they can “give a spit sample to join the stem cell register and be in with a chance of saving someone’s life”.
So far, Rose Leslie from Game of Thrones and the latest Spider-Man Tom Holland have shown their support, as well as numerous reality TV stars, musicians and more .
You can join the fashion campaign by sporting one of the charity’s customisable Ashish T-shirts, which are available at the Anthony Nolan eBay store, or you can visit YRSTORE at Topshop, Oxford Circus, to create your own. You will receive £5 off the usual price (and 10% of the profits will go straight to Anthony Nolan) when you design a shirt in store . You can find out more here.
The charity is encouraging people to share their support on Twitter and Instagram with the hashtag #IGiveASpit, and mentioning @AnthonyNolan.
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