British Taekwondo has raised £215 ($268/€238) for the National Health Service (NHS) through the sales of limited edition hoodies and T-shirts emblazoned with the message "stay strong."
The jumper, emblazoned with a rainbow and the words "stay strong", went on sale in April priced at £5 ($6.24/€5.54).
The governing body said that the proceeds raised from the sales of the hoodies and T-shirts, had all been donated to the NHS, via the health's service Just Giving Page.
At the time that British Taekwondo issued an update on the money raised a limited number of hoodies and T-shirts were still in stock, and their availability can be checked here
For every purchase of an item of clothing that is made, £5 will be donated to the NHS.
We are delighted to announce that we have raised £215 for our NHS, through the sales of our limited-edition Stay Strong Hoodies, all of which has been donated via their Just Giving Page! 🙌— British Taekwondo (@BritTaekwondo) June 30, 2020
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British Taekwondo said they were grateful to everyone who had bought a stay strong item of clothing.
In a message they said: "We would like to say a huge thank you to everybody who has purchased one of our ‘stay strong’ T-shirts and hoodies, your support means a lot.
"We hope you liked them!"
In the United Kingdom there have been more than 284,000 cases of coronavirus, resulting in more than 44,000 deaths.