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Drop Dead Clothing, owned by Bring Me The Horizon's Oli Sykes, is helping raise funds to purchase school uniforms for children in Costa Rica—and it's pretty incredible.

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Sykes shared the news this morning, with some background explaining that 67 million children are not able to attend school because their families cannot afford uniforms and basic school supplies.

“Most developing countries make it a legal requirement for children to wear a uniform to school, therefore families living on just a few dollars a day something as simple as a uniform can make receiving an education almost impossible,” he writes.

And he's out to make a difference. If you want to get involved, you can donate £15 and send the brand a “current or old school jumper.” Drop Dead will then customize the inside with a randomly selected Drop Dead print and return it to you, so you can rock the brand and still stay in dresscode.

Plus, every donation will provide one child with a school uniform—and a chance for education.

Follow the link here to see how you can get involved, and see how easy it is to be a part of the movement below:

 

@dropdeadofficial have teamed up with Akin to raise funds for school uniforms for children in Costa Rica. ______________________________________________________ CUSTOM DROP DEAD SCHOOL UNIFORM Send us your current or old school jumper/top (or any printable garment) and our in house print team will print a randomly selected Drop Dead design onto the inside of the jumper and return it to you, creating your very own reversible Drop Dead school jumper, that you can sneakily rock at school with teachers none the wiser, ready to flip round when ever you want. 100% of the profits will be donated to akin. ______________________________________________________ Approximately 67 million children are not attending school because their families cannot afford a school uniform and basic school supplies. Most developing countries make it a legal requirement for children to wear a uniform to school, therefore families living on just a few dollars a day something as simple as a uniform can make receiving an education almost impossible. You can also donate to the cause. Link in bio! Available worldwide.

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