Feed The Birds is pleased to announce that THTC t-shirts are now available in children’s sizes.
Last year Feed The Birds in collaboration with the UK’s most respected ethical clothing THTC launched its own t-shirt range available for men and women, with our logo on the front, which have proven to be popular sellers.
THTC Feed The Birds kids t-shirt.
The t-shirts from the award-winning eco-fashion designer are made from 55% Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS) certified hemp and 45% GOTS certified organic cotton.
The range has been launched to raise awareness of the medicinal benefits of cannabis for children, which can treat a range of ailments better than or in conjunction with more traditional allopathic medicines.
Thousands of children are still being denied effective cannabis-based treatments, despite much hyped-up recent changes in the law, which in reality give very little increased access to cannabis as a medicine and then at then only to line the greedy pockets of the hubby’s of Theresa May and her drug’s Minister, Victoria Atkins.
Sizes for this design are based on boys’ size charts, due to the cut of the colour fabric. All THTC print designs are unisex – for girls, boys everything in between. A percentage of the sales will be going to Bud Buddies UK, a non-profit organisation that helps seriously ill people obtain cannabis oil. They are made from 100% organic cotton.
Gav Lawson, founder and owner of THTC said: “THTC is very proud to partner with Feed The Birds and Bud Buddies. There are few causes more worthy and in need of support than the work that these great organisations are doing and we feel honoured to be able to contribute, in a small part, to their movement”
If you are in the London area then you can visit the THTC Christmas social in the East End Club XXXIII on Saturday 15th December for some last minute Christmas shopping and some of the finest entertainment in the land.
Jungle don and sub-culture legend, Micky Finn, will be headlining the annual THTC Xmas party.
The headlining act is jungle don and sub-culture legend, Micky Finn, supported by festival lovechild Danny Wav, The Beatbox Collective, and beatbox due Kimmy & Beatfox (aka Breathless). More artists TBC
THTC will also be hosting presentations and talks from the hemp and psychedelic medicine communities, celebrating ‘divine revelation’, ‘anointed oils’, and spreading knowledge and education about hemp from some of the finest minds on the UK scene. Speakers include Stephen Reid – Co-Director The Psychedelic Society, and Jason Reed, Director of Law Enforcement Against Prohibition (LEAP UK).
Club XXXIII is a private-members club – all guests must be registered or vouched for. For more information and tickets you can visit Event Bright for more information. Book fast, there is a limit of 100 tickets, mince pie and festive spirit on arrival.
Ashwin Bolar is a director of digital marketing for THTC.
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Feed the bird is a collective of like-minded individuals who encourage raising awareness of cannabis and hemp seeds by feeding them to birds. The hemp seed is the most useful seed in the world, as well as being the most useful plant. We encourage the legal spreading of hemp seeds for bird feeding purposes.