On 2nd August the Tree of Hope children’s charity is launching an exciting new sister website, BlossomforChildren.co.uk.
The Tree of Hope aims to help as many sick and disabled children as it can. CEO Jeremy Marris says, “We are regularly in contact with families and are aware of how frustrating it can be to find affordable, colourful stuff for kids with additional needs. With the help of parents and experts, BlossomforChildren has searched the world to discover an exciting and exclusive range of awesome children’s toys, clothes, accessories and aids. We will stock velcro belts, wheelchair gloves with polka dots, a wide range of unusual clothes from the UK and much, much more.”
Every penny of profit goes straight into the Tree of Hope charity fund to help more sick children get the support they need. Blossom is a “win-win” for all. Children get fun stuff. Parents save money. And the profits go straight to other children who really need our help. How great is that?
The Blossom website isn’t quite ready, but do mention Blossom to friends and family who might benefit from its funky stuff, and who would like to help make sick children’s lives that little bit better. Plus, please “like” the Facebook page in the meantime – there will be a launch competition coming soon: www.facebook.com/blossomforchildren