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Roll top backpack

Regular price £34.95

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The roll-top backpack is designed and finished in Belfast. It's styled to meet your travel needs along with really helping you stand out as someone who cares.  This makes it your perfect backpack for shopping, travel, school, college, university and commuting every day to the office.

Versatile, vibrant and comfortable, our Belfast designed original backpacks are one of a kind. Be empowered by extending the hand of kindness to those who need it most with our ‘Buy one Give one’ approach. Every purchase allowing you to give children in care validation and purpose as valued human beings, rather than making them feel just as disposable as the black bin bags or plastic shopping bags they are often given to carry their precious belongings from one location to the next.  

We're a certified social enterprise registered as a "Community Interest Company". This means that you can be assured that 100% of our profits and assets are locked to benefit children in care.

Unisex
One size fits all.
28x38x12cm. 
Capacity: 16 litres.

300D Durable fabric. 


Roll Top & Clip Closure
Padded Back Panel
Padded Adjustable shoulder straps
Carry Handles
Zippered front pocket with organiser section
Internal zipped pocket 
Iconic printed logo 

 

How many bags have been donated?

To date 25000 bags have been donated with a further 20,000 in production and they will be fully distributed over the summer of 2021.

What bag do the children get?

The bag itself is unbranded to avoid stigma. It folds away to fit neatly into a sock drawer or a Social Worker’s car boot without wasting storage space. And each bag has a label that says “You are incredible” to remind every child that they have value, worth and dignity. 

How do you give the donated bags?

In 2020 alone, we donated over 11,000 pack away bags across the UK and Ireland. These go to social workers in local authorities and foster carers, as well as directly to young people and their families.