The Oxford City Stars have teamed up with Puck Drop to release a limited edition charity jersey with all profits supporting the Ukraine Ambulance Project (UAP). The jerseys are a unique design and are a "supporters' cut" which will be a similar cut to regular shirts. You can add your own name and number to the jersey when ordering, at no extra cost.
The Ukraine Ambulance Project was born out of the Ukrainians need for support (medical vehicles and equipment) and a cross-European group of friends and family's idea and network to source ambulances. Funds raised will help towards purchasing ambulances.
Stars' director Greig Box Turnbull said: “Everyone at the club has been horrified by the invasion of Ukraine and the on-going humanitarian crisis and we’re proud to partner on this project to peacefully show our support and humanity.
"The jersey appeal is a simple way for people to help raise vital funds for a charity that is providing crucial medical support in Ukraine. We’re proud of the way the British ice hockey community has shown support for Ukraine and everyone impacted by the invasion are in our thoughts.”
Puck Drop are designers of hockey and music related clothing and have worked with many clubs on charity projects. It is currently working with many brands to support the UAP. A representative from Puck Drop said: "It's brilliant to collaborate with the Oxford City Stars on such a striking design. It means so much to Puck Drop and UAP to have such a respected club be part of this initiative with us."
You can check out the jersey and order yours here.