Date: 16th June 2009 at 8:59am
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The Owls have announced that they’ll be donating a percentage of money from new shirt sales to sponsors, The Children’s Hospital Charity, as the goodwill gestures from S6 continue.

Wednesday’s new PUMA home kit will go on general sale to fans on Saturday, July 4, with the newly-donated The Children’s Hospital Charity logo on the front – following in the footsteps of clubs such as Spanish giants Barcelona and Premier League Aston Villa.

And as well as free sponsorship, the charity is set to benefit from other ways from the Owls, including donations from shirt sales.

For the first 10,000 shirts sold, the club will donate £1 to the charity, with £2 going to them for the next 10,000, and £3 for all shirts sold over the 30,000 mark.

Owls’ chairman Lee Strafford is hoping the shirts prove to be the most popular ever Owls’ shirts due to the partnership with, and benefits to, The Children’s Hospital Charity.

Season ticket holders can snap up new shirts for the reduced price of £25.