If you’re looking for a challenge with a difference, then One Shirt One Month is just for you
Aberlour challenges you to choose one shirt, wear this same shirt every day for one month and raise vital funds to help vulnerable children across Scotland.
You can choose a shirt of your own or you can buy a limited edition One Shirt One Month t-shirt, as modelled by our lovely friend and International Supermodel, Connor Newall.
It’s as simple as 1, 2, 3. So, are you ready to get shirty for thirty?
- Register to take part
- Ask friends and family to sponsor you
- Choose your shirt and get shirty for thirty, sharing on social media using the hashtag #AberlourOSOM
We’ve developed a handy online magazine for you offering hints and tips on style inspiration, garment care, and how to kick start your fundraising. Click below to download.
How You're Helping
At Aberlour we work with vulnerable children and young people across Scotland every day. We help families facing poverty, disadvantage and discrimination.
1 in 4 children in Scotland are living in poverty and that figure is increasing. This past year in particular has seen many families plunged into unforeseen hardship due to COVID-19. And it’s impacting their education.
“If it’s wet, the children still go out and eat and we still do PE outside. However, parents can’t afford to properly equip their children. There’s still summer shoes, there’s no waterproofs; there’s not appropriate clothing to keep them warm and dry.
This is having a knock-on impact with parents reluctant to send their children to school on wet days because they can’t afford to provide a change of clothing. So, now we’re seeing absence.”
At Aberlour, we make it our priority to respond to the worst effects of poverty on children and families.
Your support means Aberlour can be there for vulnerable children, like Ben, when they need us most.
Need more info?
Don’t hesitate to get in touch.
Your One Shirt One Month Challenge
We’ll be with you every style of your challenge, offering support and ideas throughout the month of November and access to an online community using the hashtag #AberlourOSOM on social media.