‘Wash your donnies’ – Quirky print being sold in aid of The Haven

Excerpt from birminghammail.co.uk. Written by Kelly Ashmore.

Since the coronavirus crisis hit, it has never been more important to wash your hands – or donnies, as they’re known in the Black Country.

But if you need a friendly reminder, creative designer Emily Benton has created a unique print using a popular regional phrase to raise funds for a good cause.   

Her ‘wash your donnies’ design comes in two sizes – A4 or A5 – and she’s donating 100 per cent of the profits to The Haven, a Wolverhampton charity that supports women and children who are vulnerable to domestic violence, homelessness and abuse.

“Unfortunately, home might not be a safe place for everyone during lockdown,” the 31-year-old said.

“Sadly many women and children across the country live in abusive households. They have no choice but to isolate in high risk, life threatening conditions.”

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