Casetify new collection features original artist prints on iPhone and AirPods Cases, with 100 per cent of the proceeds supporting the ACLU

Casetify, the custom tech accessory brand, has launched its Cases for a Cause series. The debut collection invites three independent lifestyle brands to feature original artwork on CASETiFY’s signature cases, compatible with iPhones, AirPods and AirPods Pro. Upon release, 100 per cent of the collection proceeds will be donated to the American Civil Liberties Union, (ACLU).

Known for the company’s mission “to celebrate self-expression”, Casetify and its partners have curated a collection of designs speaking to the messages of creativity and individuality.

Amongst the artist collective, accessories will explore technology-inspired themes, in addition to bold graphics from Midnight Studios, Sundae School, and Prix. Starting today, cases will be available to shop online, shipping worldwide, and retailing US$35/£27.7 – US$55/£43.6

“I believe change happens together, and anything that I can do to support increasing exposure and education around freedom of expression and civil rights is amazing!” said Esther Ng, Founder and Designer of Prix.

Aligning with the collection’s mission, Cases for a Cause will support the efforts of the ACLU, a non-profit and non-partisan organisation fighting to safeguard people’s rights around the country. Casetify and partners are proud to donate 100 per cent of the collection’s proceeds to the ACLU, whilst the accessories are available to purchase.

“These brands have always celebrated self-expression through music, arts, and culture, so onboarding them for this collection is exciting for all of us,” said Wes Ng, CEO and Co-founder of Casetify. “One of the most powerful ways to express yourself is by sharing and defending your beliefs, and we’re honoured to be a part of this conversation.”

Cases for a Cause will join Casetify’s Co-Lab programme, as a natural partnership between creatives and the brand’s global platform. For more information on the collection, its partners, and its mission, visit their website here.

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