Sink The Pink has teamed up with HIV charity The Terrence Higgins Trust to release a collection of amazing stickers for World Aids Day.
The London club night has released the collection exclusively to Apple’s app store, and there’s a brilliant mixture of killer heels and on-fleek eyebrows to bring a bit of much needed colour to your messages.
You can buy them here, with all profits going straight to the Terrence Higgins trust.
“We’re thrilled that Sink The Pink are fundraising for Terrence Higgins Trust at their 2017 New Year’s Eve event and really appreciate their ongoing support”, said the Terrence Higgins trust.
This Worlds aids day we are working alongside our friends at @THTorguk to raise money & awareness, creating a selection of fabulously camp stickers available to buy from the app store NOW, donating ALL proceeds to THT! Get texting! https://t.co/EsVJr6F5mi pic.twitter.com/OPASfDc7eV
— Sink The Pink? (@SinkThePinkLDN) November 30, 2017
“Their commitment to standing by the side of organisations like ours and continuing to create safe and inclusive spaces is admirable. We look forward to working closely together in the future!”
Earlier this year, Sink The Pink also launched their first ever festival, Mighty Hoopla, which was held in London’s Victoria Park and boasted a line-up including the likes of Years & Years, All Saints, Charlotte Church, Alma, and Will Young.
It’s been announced that the festival will now return on June 3 next year, but it is expected to relocate to south London’s Brockwell Park as part of a festival shake-up that has seen Field Day and Lovebox also moving to the other side of the capital.