Amy Huberman's #breadgate Twitter wit turned into t-shirts to raise money for charity
Actress Amy Huberman is known for her witty tweet social media posts, but she's been on fire this week whilst cooped up at home due to Storm Emma.
There was the one about going for a 'leek' in the snow.
There was the one about not looking back in 'hanger'.
Don’t look back in hanger. pic.twitter.com/3Zyd8GfKSj— Amy Huberman (@amyhuberman) March 3, 2018
There was the magical Christmas tree moment:
Chuffed that my procrastination skills and general lack of organization have resulted in the capturing of this magical Christmassy moment. pic.twitter.com/yUTYIUp8OL— Amy Huberman (@amyhuberman) February 28, 2018
But the best was easily her reference to #breadgate:
Can someone please start making “Irish Born and Bread” t-shirts for Paddy’s Day please?— Amy Huberman (@amyhuberman) March 3, 2018
Irish t-shirt company Hairy Baby heard her call and stepped up with a proposition. They are now making #stormemma and #breadgate t-shirts for Paddy's Day with all profits going to Focus Ireland.
Pls RT. So after my tweet earlier re #stormemma & #breadgate about the T-shirts myself & @HairyBabyTees quickly came together & we now have this just in time for Paddy’s Day with ALL PROFITS going to @FocusIreland ☘️Help us raise money for the homeless💚 https://t.co/GAgCI9Bjw7 pic.twitter.com/uIcew3G6P7— Amy Huberman (@amyhuberman) March 3, 2018
Amy had joked about wanting 80% of the cut, but no, ALL PROFITS will go to the charity to help the homeless. You can buy one HERE