Moms to be…and More supports SickKids!
Moms to be…and More is Toronto’s largest baby boutique and when choosing a cause to support there was no easier choice than The Hospital For Sick Children (SickKids). We are joined by four of our top selling brands in our efforts to raise money for this worthy cause. From March 31st, 2012 to March 31st, 2013 a percentage of retail sales from the following companies will be donated to The SickKids Foundation.
This collaborative donation will benefit SickKids. “The Sick Kids foundation supports children across Ontario and their research benefits people beyond our borders. We are proud to be a supporter.” says Karen Judd, owner of moms to be…and More. " Sick Kids is the perfect charity for Moms to be…and More to support, because they touch the lives of our clients, and their families."
“We are pleased to welcome Moms to Be and More as one of our new corporate partners,” says Adrian Horwood, Vice President, Corporate Partnerships, SickKids Foundation. “We are excited to begin this new partnership and are grateful for the support of our corporate partners who make a big difference to the families who rely on SickKids.”
The collaborative donation will go towards the development of the new Research & Learning Tower currently being built in downtown Toronto.
To quicked the pace of discovery and launch the next generation of child health care, the Hospital for Sick Children (SickKids) is establishing a tower dedicated to research and learning. The Research & Learning Tower at SickKids will improve health outcomes around the world by transforming the way we approach child health research and knowledge transfer.
Through an integrated program of research, education, and exceptional clinical care, more children around the world will have access to the diagnoses, treatments, and therapies that can help them prevent, manage, and survive critical illness.
The new Tower will provide an exceptonal facility for new ideas to grow, for partnersip to evole, and for science to flourish.
For more information on the Research & Learning Tower click here.