These amazing kids brands are supporting Ukraine by raising funds and sending donations. Shop with them now to help the families affected…
Throughout March, Kidswear Collective will be donating 5% of sales to the Voices of Children Foundation who are offering non-stop assistance to affected children and families all over Ukraine, providing emergency psychological assistance and aiding in the evacuation process. The brand are is also donating any clothes they can’t sell to help the children of Ukraine.
To help the people and children in Ukraine, BIBS has created two unique pacifiers in the colours of the Ukrainian flag, with all proceeds from sales being donated to UNICEF directly. Available online, £4.50.
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Too Many PJs
Too Many PJs will donate £20 from the sale of all Linen Peace Play Mats and £2 from the sale of all Wooden Peace Teething Rings this weekend (5th / 6th March 2022) to Save the Children for their Ukraine Crisis Relief Fund.
Willa and the bear
100% of all profits of the sales of yellow and blue items at Willa and the Bear will go to support Ukraine. The brand is also sending a contribution of muslins, sleeping bags, pyjamas, hooded towels, via Nanny Louenna who is taking a truck over. Further baby items from Willa and the Bear will also be donated through Birdie Fortescue who are collecting donations locally.
The Little Worne Store
Little Butterfly London
Little Butterfly London are donating 50% of all online sales throughout March to MSF. In the lead up to Mother’s Day, they’ll also be offering 20% off gifts and bundles in the hope that they’ll be able to up their donations to the charity.
Liewood donated a day’s turnover from their webshop this week to Save the Children who are providing critical support to children and families fleeing the war. Save The Children supports children and families with immediate aid, such as food, water, hygiene kits, psychosocial support, and cash assistance. They also set up spaces where children can play, learn, and cope with grief and loss safely.