Frank Carter, Lacuna Coil and more join Merch For Good fundraising campaign

The latest drop for Trekstock’s Merch For Good fundraising campaign has arrived – and it features exclusive tees by Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes, Lacuna Coil and more.

Frank Carter, Lacuna Coil and more join Merch For Good fundraising campaign
Emily Carter
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New T-shirts by Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes, Jamie Campbell Bower, Lacuna Coil and more have been released for the second wave of the Merch For Good fundraising campaign.

The initiative by charity Trekstock has so far raised £30,000 for young adults living with cancer, with 100 per cent of the profits from each sale going towards the cause. "As a small charity, we are always completely blown away by the level of support the music industry gives Trekstock," says Sophie Epstone, CEO and founder. "This collection is our biggest one to date and has the power to change lives. We could not be more grateful to all the artists and their teams who have donated their time and creativity to make a difference to the lives of those in their 20s or30s affected by cancer. We hope you love the designs as much as we do."

"I’ve supported Trekstock for a number of years and am so proud of the work they do," enthuses Jamie Campbell Bower. "It is my pleasure to be working with them on the Merch For Good campaign and do what I can to support this wonderful charity."

The Rattlesnakes' Dean Richardson continues: "Merch For Good is an amazing campaign from Trekstock, raising money to support people through what is one of the most difficult things you can face in life. We’ll all be impacted by cancer at some point, directly or indirectly, so if you’re reading this, pick up a T-shirt knowing your money will make a difference to those young people who are being impacted by it right now."

Grab a tee from the collection here, and check them out below:

Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes:

Lacuna Coil:

Jamie Campbell Bower:

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