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Menswear brand donates to Clean Clothes Campaign

Eco-friendly menswear brand Arthur & Henry is donating £15 from every shirt sale to charity in the wake of the factory disasters in Bangladesh.

The label is donating the funds to the Clean Clothes Campaign, an organisation which works to improve the conditions in the global garment industry.

The organisation was one of the groups behind the Bangladesh Fire and Building Safety Agreement that a host of retailers have signed up to following the collapse of a clothing factory, killing more than 1000.

On its blog the brand said: “Arthur & Henry shirts are made in decent conditions. We think all workers deserve the same.”

The donation scheme will run from May 17 to 24.

This donation will be on top of its commitment to give 1% of its turnover to charity each year.

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