With Nothing Underneath was created to make the perfect boyfriend shirt, but as a business, we wanted to be more than just a product.

Since we were established in 2017, our values have been rooted in ensuring that we practice as ethically and sustainably as we can, in every aspect of WNU.
 When it comes to our staple shirts, we ensure that these are affordable, sustainably sourced and timeless. But when it comes to us - With Nothing Underneath - our founder wanted to make sure that we used our brand, and our platform, to do good, which is why we made a promise to support charities through the year. 

In 2021, we have had the privilege of supporting and raising awareness for a number of amazing charities and your support, however big or small, means everything.

On behalf of all the charities and us, WNU would like to say thank you to everyone who has made donations throughout this year!

Clockwise: HRUK embroidered shirt shot by Whittle Agency, Smart Works Reading imagery by PixelLit Commercial Photography, WNU campaign shot by James Harvey Kelly, BluePrint For All auction shirt by Rites

The charity taking on heart disease. They inspire and invest in life-saving medical research into the prevention, treatment and cure of heart disease, as well as supporting ground-breaking training and education.

When: January – February 2021 

WNU: For Valentine’s Day, WNU created two bespoke, limited edition, embroidered love notes to go on shirts; either our much-loved initial and love heart or our handwritten phrase. For every embroidered shirt ordered, 15% of profits were donated to Heart Research UK.


A grassroots, community initiative tackling the UK’s hidden hygiene poverty crisis by giving hygiene, personal care and household cleaning products to those who need them across the UK. “Personal hygiene is a basic human right, not a luxury.”

When: June 2021

WNU: Following an initial £500 donation directly to THB Wandsworth branch, over National Hygiene Week (11th June - 11th July) 50% of profits from the sale of Poplin White, Poplin Steel Blue and Poplin Pink shirts was set aside to buy sanitary products from Dame and Grace & Green, which were then donated to THB Wandsworth. These products were then distributed to women’s shelters in the local area.


Named as Social Action Charity of the Year 2017, UK based Smart Works Reading provides high quality interview clothes and interview training to unemployed women in need. They harness the power of clothes and confidence to allow a woman to be her best at a crucial moment in her life, giving her the confidence, the self-belief and the practical tools required to succeed at an interview and transform her life.

When: November 2021

WNU: Our founder, Pip, attended Smart Works Reading’s first in real live event of the year and donated £110 towards the charity. As well as this, she donated 1 week’s worth of work experience at WNU to go into their auction. 

Clockwise: HRUK embroidered shirt shot by Whittle Agency, Smart Works Reading imagery by Stephen Parker Photographer and PixelLit Commercial Photography.

A charity dedicated to supporting serving and ex-serving personnel all year round, every day of the week, through advice, guidance, recovery and rehabilitation. Their support starts after one day of service and continues through life, long after service is over.

When: November 2021

WNU: Similarly to earlier this month, WNU donated another week’s worth of work experience to go towards the RBL charity auction, as well as a brand new Brushed shirt. Separate to the auction, our founder Pip dedicated two hours of her time to sell poppies at Clapham Junction train station.


A grassroots, community initiative tackling the UK’s hidden hygiene poverty crisis by giving hygiene, personal care and household cleaning products to those who need them across the UK. “Personal hygiene is a basic human right, not a luxury.”

December 2021

WNU: To assist THB Wandsworth’s ‘It’s In The Bag’ Christmas Campaign, WNU staff set aside two days to assist with the packing of these parcel, which contained a number of hygiene products and a extra surprise gift too, before dropping them off with the charity to distribute in the local area. 


Previously the Stephen Lawrence Trust, this charity works with young people and communities to create an inclusive society in which everyone, regardless of their race, ethnicity or background can thrive

When: December 2021

WNU: In aid of raising monetary donations for this charity, fashion resale and rental platform Rites hosted an auction with donated clothes from luxury brands - WNU donated five Poplin shirts - with 100% of proceeds going to Blueprint For All.

As 2022 comes around, we look forward to being able to support more charities in more ways, whether that be through donations of time or money, or raising awareness through our platform. To find out more about each charity, or to directly donate money, please visit their websites via the links below:

Heart Research UK

The Hygiene Bank


Royal British Legions

Blue Print For All

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