This Christmas, The White Company and The Disney Store are donating a percentage of sales from selected products to raise vital funds for Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity.
As part of their ongoing campaign ‘Hearts Helping Save Little Hearts’, The White Company aims to raise £250,000 over two years. They have a selection of gifts ranging from heart shape candles to children’s dressing gowns which will be on sale this Christmas with 10 per cent of the net sales proceeds going to Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity. The money raised will go towards building a suite of rooms in the new Heart and Lung Centre at Great Ormond Street Hospital, including an individual bedroom with an en suite bathroom, a single bed bay and a waiting room.
Whether you are looking to treat yourself, your little ones, or someone close to your heart, the products make ideal gifts and with every purchase you make from the range you will also be helping children at Great Ormond Street Hospital to recover from heart and lung problems.
Chrissie Rucker, founder of The White Company comments: “When I visited the cardiac ward at Great Ormond Street Hospital, it was clear there was a lack of space and the hospital was unable to help as many babies as they wanted to. The work this unit does is outstanding and they save so many lives. We are therefore thrilled to introduce ‘Hearts Helping Save Little Hearts’ to help fund areas in the new Heart and Lung centre and enable this wonderful hospital to help even more children”.
If you’re also looking for the perfect Christmas wrapping paper for children’s presents then The Disney Store has some great designs. For each roll of Christmas wrapping paper and gift tags sold, The Disney Store will donate 25 per cent of the sale price to Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity.