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Design to End Factory Farming

A UK animal welfare group has launched a T-shirt design competition to help end factory farming.

Compassionate Dorset, an animal welfare group based in Dorchester, UK, has launched a T-shirt design contest to support Compassion in World Farming (CIWF), a farm-animal welfare charity. Designers and artists can submit farm-animal themed
T-shirts and Compassionate Dorset will choose four winning designs to be sold in its online shop. One hundred percent of the profits will be donated to CIWF. “Our aim is to encourage people from all ages, but particularly young people, to have compassion and respect for animals, and what better medium than through fashion,” says Anna Celeste Watson, co-coordinator of Compassionate Dorset in Creative Boom.

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