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December 19, 2013

Are you wearing underpants?

Pants

Chances are, you probably are wearing a pair of underpants right now. Comfortable, much?

One of our good, good friends is supporting a really great cause in West London called The Shelter Project. Here, they run a shelter for the homeless gentlemen - which is especially needed during these cold winter months.

It is great when people donate clothes - they can wash and recycle and use this and there are a lot of people on the streets who needs warm clothes in the cold months. One thing, however, is that people - for quite obvious reasons - don't tend to donate [worn] underpants.

This means that The Shelter Project has a shortage of underpants. The most important garment, we'd quite agree. 

So, we want to help The Shelter Project get hold of men's underpants. Can you help? Did you get some underpants in your Secret Santa that didn't quite fit your style? Are you passing by Primark or H&M and fancy donating a pair of men's underpants or two?

Ever pair of underpants count. They don't have to be fancy, they just have to be new and unworn. 

You can drop your pants (see what we did there?) by POST to The Shelter Project (c/o Helle Kaiser-Nielsen 11 Geraldine Road, London W4 3PA) - or at ScandiKitchen Cafe on Great Titchfield Street and we'll pass on the pants.  Please make sure you wrap and label your pants before dropping them off at the cafe.

What a great excuse to say to your colleagues: "I'm just nipping out for a coffee and to drop off my underpants". Not many chances in life to use that sentence.

Thanks for your support.

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