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

Kiki lower wortley picture

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, 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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