blink-182 Are Selling A Shirt With All Proceeds Going To California Wildfire Relief
blink-182 have unveiled a new T‑shirt, with 100 per cent of proceeds going towards the Red Cross Disaster Relief Fund for the California Wildfires.
The deadly fires – which have already claimed 42 lives and countless homes – have been blazing through the pop-punks’ home state. To help with the efforts, the trio are selling a limited-edition shirt until November 19, and donating every penny made to those affected.
“We’re raising money to help those affected by the wildfires in California,” tweeted Mark Hoppus. “All proceeds go to the Red Cross Disaster Relief Fund – California Wildfires.”
Check it out below, and buy yours now at this link.
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