Amber Gill Is Donating Her Miss Pap Profits To A Mental Health Charity

The profits are going to Mind charity.

 

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Amber Gill was one of the queens of Love Island 2019, and she literally took home the crown when she won the series along with Greg O’Shea. Now, Amber has decided to donate 100% of the profits from her newest edit with Miss Pap to a mental health charity.

The donations will be given to Mind charity to honour former Love Island host Caroline Flack. Mind, founded back in 1946, offer information and advice to people with mental health problem and campaign with governments and local authorities on their behalf.

Posting the news on her IG feed, Amber said “The kindness I’ve seen on the TL has just been so inspiring I had a break from social media but really wanted to do something to make a difference following the tragic news of my friend Caroline.”

 

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“My newest @misspap ‘Must Haves’ edit launches today and we have joined forces with Mind charity so people don’t have to suffer in the same way. Caroline is greatly missed by myself and everyone else but I wanted to take some positive action from it.”

Amber then continued, “Myself and Misspap will be donating 100% of retail price to Mind (registered charity number 219830) from selected lines from my new edit until 1.03.20.”

Amber isn’t the only one who is donating profits from a fashion collab to mental health charities, as Molly- Mae also announced recently that the profits from her collab with PrettyLittleThing will also be going to Mind charity.


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