The iconic photograph of the girl group on the front includes the members with red noses. On the back “Posh,” “Scary,” “Sporty,” “Baby” and “Ginger” appears in large, black font accentuated with red noses. $13 USD of the proceeds will go to the Red Nose Day Fund which directly benefits children in need in countries like Africa, Asia and Latin America. According to an official statement, the fund supports programs that ensures that children in need are safe, healthy and educated.
Beckham shares her thoughts on her T-shirt:
“I’ve seen firsthand how Red Nose Day USA has touched the lives of millions of children — it’s been a true inspiration for me. I was honored to design this shirt and promote the message of Girl Power to young women and children around the world. Every t-shirt sold helps this incredible cause continue to ensure all children receive the love, care and support they need.”
Lastly, Beckham has shared three short films that show a firsthand account of how the funds raised for Red Nose Day are put to use in Nairobi, Kenya at BoxGirls. In one of the films, she is shown alongside organizers and students showcasing how the program uses sport and boxing to teach young girls self-defense while empowering them to shape their own futures.
Red Nose Day falls on May 24 this year. Purchase the exclusive tee over at Omaze where it retails for $35 USD. Head to rednoseday.org for more information on the yearly campaign. Check out the short films below.