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For the first time ever, the UK has launched a clothing sale to raise money for the victims of the Westminster terror attack.
The proceeds of the sales will be donated to the Womens Charities Foundation (WCF) in the form of hats, shirts and scarves.
The WCF is one of the UK’s largest women’s charities and has helped over 2,000 women from all backgrounds and ethnicities.
The charity has a long history of work in the area of women’s health, providing counselling, support and legal advice to victims of domestic abuse.
Womenswear sales are a great way for women to show support and support women’s causes, and support for women’s rights, according to a WCF statement.
“We’ve heard that some of our most dedicated volunteers work on a day-to-day basis and that’s great.
However, our focus is on helping women and girls through this traumatic time, and we want to help them be resilient and be resilient in the future,” said WCF Charity Director of Marketing and Communications, Lauren Wills.”
Our support will be extended to our most vulnerable members, such as the women who are experiencing domestic abuse and have no place to turn to for support.”
Women’s clothing is so much more than just clothing, and this is an opportunity to show our support to those who are struggling and who have lost so much in the last 24 hours.
“The sales are due to begin on Tuesday, September 21 at 9am and run until September 23 at 10am.
The sale will be priced at £5.50 for a size 3, £6.50 with size 4 and £8.50 plus for a large.
Women’s fashion and beauty will be sold from September 19-23 at a reduced price, from September 24-27 at a discounted price.