Kit

Kit's Good Goods Shop

£53
53 %
£100

£53 raised of £100 target

£47 more could provide early years books for 4 children affected by the Syrian crisis.

I’ve got two tiny human girls who don’t know anything about anything. I just take it for granted that they’ll go to school and learn stuff, and make their lives brilliant. Most kids just don’t have that - so I’ve set up my very own Good Goods shop in aid of Save the Children. Support my fundraising and buy a notebook - you get the notebook, children get the education. Help me hit my target, get a stylish notebook and together we can make a big difference.

You buy the notebook. Kids get the education – and other life-saving essentials.

Black Luxury Good Goods Notebook

Kit has sold 2 of these!

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£15

Luxury Soft Feel notebook, slightly smaller than A5 size. With a page marker ribbon and an elasticated colour co-ordinated nylon strap to hold it securely closed when not in use. With 96 cream 70gsm lined pages.

Red Luxury Good Goods Notebook

Kit has sold 1 of these!

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£15

Luxury Soft Feel notebook, slightly smaller than A5 size. With a page marker ribbon and an elasticated colour co-ordinated nylon strap to hold it securely closed when not in use. With 96 cream 70gsm lined pages.

Black 'Impossible' Good Goods Notebook

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£10

An A5 wirebound notebook with laminated cover. Made with paper sourced from sustainably managed forests. 80 sheets of white 80gsm lined paper.

White 'Impossible' Good Goods Notebook

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£10

An A5 hardcover wirebound notebook. 80 sheets of white 80gsm recycled paper (lined).

Kids’ Hardcover Good Goods Notebook

Kit has sold 1 of these!

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£8

An A5 hardcover wirebound notebook. 80 sheets of white 80gsm recycled paper (lined).

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