CALM spell: charity makes its point with T-shirts

The Campaign Against Living Miserably, a charity that works to prevent suicide in young men, suspended a giant washing line on the South Bank in London this week.

CALM washing line: picture by Pejman Faratin
CALM washing line: picture by Pejman Faratin

The stunt was to urge businesses and individuals to buy a T-shirt for £100 to help raise funds. The T-shirts will be worn in a world record attempt for the most number of T-shirts to be worn at once.

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