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Raising funds for the BLF just by wearing a FREE t-shirt

dodgylungrunner
dodgylungrunnerBritish Lung Foundation

How good is the sunshine?

Just wanted to post to let everyone know that one of the charity's corporate partners PARI medical are donating €10 to us for every photo they receive of someone doing something remotely sporty in one of their free 50th anniversary t-shirts.

All you have to do to take part is order one of their t-shirts from their website, take a photo of yourself doing something sporty and send it to their special email address. Alternatively you can post the photo in their Facebook group.

To order you t-shirt and find out more about how it all works visit their website at: pariboy.com/join-us/

I've been doing my post-pneumothorax gym recovery workout sessions in my t-shirt which is surprisingly nice for a freebie! It would be great to see photos of you having done your bit whilst getting out and doing a bit of exercise at the same time.

There appears to be no limit (yet) to the amount of t-shirts and donations that PARI are willing to make so do encourage friends and family to do get involved to :)

Good luck and here's to us all raising a little bit of money to help support the charity in all their efforts to support us.

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There are a limited number (available while stocks last) - so get in NOW! :)

dodgylungrunner
dodgylungrunnerBritish Lung Foundation in reply to mrsmummy

Oh goodness they've changed their tune since I was on the website - the campaign must be getting popular!

dodgylungrunner
dodgylungrunnerBritish Lung Foundation in reply to mrsmummy

Apparently new stocks are due at the end of May just in time for the Big Steps 100. Did you order a T-shirt Mrsmummy? I've managed to convince a few and they've had more than 80 orders so far so that's a minimum of $80 to the cause

I got one, which my youngest appropriated so I will replace. Thanks.

Just had a look at this and the sizing is confusing. It is small, large, extra large etc. I haven't a clue but do know my UK size. It would be very helpful if they could clarify this. x

dodgylungrunner
dodgylungrunnerBritish Lung Foundation in reply to hypercat54

What size are you in the UK hypercat54? I got a S for my wife who is a size 12 if that helps?

It does thank you. x

dodgylungrunner
dodgylungrunnerBritish Lung Foundation in reply to hypercat54

You're welcome hypercat54! Hope your wife got the size that she wanted :)

Did she send in a photo?

Hello dodgylungrunner, good to hear from you, your looking well I must say. I hope you are keeping yourself well and not over doing things? 🤞😉xx

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