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Total raised from Wemoto's charity t-shirts now £65,000

 On Tuesday 19th March, at the official launch of the 2019 Isle of Man TT, Wemoto handed over a £16,590 cheque to the Manx Grand Prix Supporters Club.

The cheque was a result of the company's fundraising efforts in 2018. The money will help fund the MGPSC's life-saving helicopter ambulance, used during the Manx Grand Prix. It is also used to support injured riders and their families.

Wemoto began raising money for the club in 2015, through the sale of its exclusive Festival of Jurby T-shirts. A new t-shirt is designed in-house each year celebrating the late-August festival.

Now that its fourth fundraising year is complete, Wemoto is happy to announce that it has surpassed the £50,000 mark and has now raised £65,000 for the charity in total. It is grateful to everyone who has bought a t-shirt over the years and to those in the industry who’ve helped support the cause.

Wemoto’s 2019 T-shirt has recently been released. Complete with a print of a vintage racer at the famous Kate's Cottage - an iconic part of the Isle of Man Snaefell Mountain Course.

The T-shirts are available to buy at or in limited numbers at this year's Festival of Jurby. They are just £10 and all the profits raised go towards supporting racers on the Isle of Man.

2019 Festival of Jurby T-shirts now available at Wemoto