Wrap up to raise funds for newborns

Wrap up for newborns this Smalls Woolly Vest Week vest-week-280NEW

At one of the UK's coldest times of year, Smalls, the British designed merino vest brand for kids, is launching Smalls Woolly Vest Week this week (26th to 30th January 2015).

The event is calling for the UK's children to be properly dressed for the cold, including a vest under their clothes.

A total of 15% of sales from this week is going directly to Borne to help mothers and newborns.

Borne is a charity focused on preventing death and disability in childbirth and creating lifelong health for mothers and babies.

Smalls will specifically support the research project of Dr Enitam Ogundipe into newborn health.

Find out more about Smalls Vest Week here.


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