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Hobbycraft Introduces New Product to Raise Funds for Together for Short Lives

By Emily Peagram 04 May 2021

Hobbycraft is pleased to announce the launch of a new product – a Colour In Cardboard Wigwam – which is being introduced to help raise funds for its charity partner, Together for Short Lives, the UK charity for seriously ill children and their families.

All profits from the sales of the Cardboard Wigwam will be donated to the charity which aims to help every child and family living with a life-limiting or life-threatening condition get the very best care and support.

The new charity product is available in-store and online now for £17.00 and promises to keep kids entertained for hours with the 5-sided construction having a different design on each side.

Heather Robbins, Trading Director at Hobbycraft comments, “Our customers love our Colour In Cardboard range and we’re incredibly excited to be able to launch a brand new line that will raise vital funds for our charity partner. Together for Short Lives does amazing and important work that resonates with our colleagues and customers, and this new product is set to raise thousands of pounds for them which will help them continue making a difference for seriously ill children and their families”.

Hobbycraft has worked with Together for Short Lives for nine years and to-date has raised more than £1.8 million for the charity. Together for Short Lives supports 54 children’s hospice services caring for seriously ill children and their families across the UK. Children’s hospices are a lifeline for families supporting them every step of the way – from the point of diagnosis and at every stage of a child’s life, through to the child’s end of life and bereavement.

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