Support eight-year-old Lower Wortley Primary School pupil Kiki in her message to Stay Home

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It’s the last day to support a Lower Wortley Primary School pupil by buying her T-shirt to raise funds for Leeds hospitals through Leeds Cares, writes Josie Armitage

Kiki’s T-shirt design

You can buy it here.

Kiki Consiglio, aged eight, drew a picture to remind people to stay at home as part of a homework project during the lockdown. 

Her mum and dad arranged for her design to be made into a T-shirt by Awesome Merchandise, a Leeds-based design brand which has a platform called Mercht.

Kiki said:

“I wanted to see if I could help raise money to help people with coronavirus. Lots of people are working very hard in hospitals. I want people to stay at home and do the right thing.  I drew a rainbow over our house and wanted to remind people to stay home.”

Proceeds from sales of her ‘Kiki says stay at home’ T-shirts will go to www.leeds-cares.org, the official charity which covers eight hospitals within the Leeds Teaching Hospital Trust.

Sasha, Kiki’s Mum said she was very proud of her daughter’s efforts, and added:

“So far we have raised £320 for Leeds Hospitals and hopefully can push it a bit more today on the last day.”

If you can spare £20 to support Leeds hospitals and buy a t shirt for keeps, please do so here.

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