Cycle clothing company starts #DoGoodFriday

Written by on November 24, 2015 in charity, News, Sport - Comments Off on Cycle clothing company starts #DoGoodFriday

 

Vulpine clothing company teamWheels for Wellbeing, a Brixton based charity, has been chosen by cycle clothing company, Vulpine to receive 20 per cent of their online sales this Friday 27 November. ‘Black Friday’, the day when retailers discount,  becomes #DoGoodFriday for Vulpine founder, Nick Husey, who decided to buck the ‘Black Friday’ trend and get people looking outwards instead of inwards.

“I wanted to do something that made me and our customers feel good, and not guilty – as I do, about Black Friday.” says founder, Nick Hussey.

Wheels for Wellbeing have been a chosen charity since the company launched. Hussey said: “They are an award-winning charity helping people to enjoy the benefits of cycling regardless of age or health condition.”

The charity’s Nat Cato added: “Vulpine’s generous support helps us to continue to share the joy and the benefits of inclusive cycling and to allow people to cycle, who previously wouldn’t have considered the possibility, because of age, health condition or disability.”

Wheels for Wellbeing is an award-winning charity supporting people of all ages in south London to enjoy the benefits of cycling, regardless of any physical, intellectual or psychological barriers they may experience.

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