Charity Auction of Solnce Slings prototype woven wrap size 6 (4.6m) tetraweave 300gsm
Our Campaign Storyends 05 Aug 2016, 11:59 PM
** Open to SG & M'sia residents only ***
After completing testing rounds in Singapore & Malaysia, Solnce Slings has graciously donated this beautifully soft prototype baby wrap woven in 100% Egyptian cotton, size 6 (4.6m) tetraweave 300g/m2 for a charity auction in support of Club Rainbow, a charity organization in Singapore dedicated to helping chronically ill children and their families.
For a minimum of SGD 10 per donation, you will be added to a spreadsheet of raffle numbers maintained by Club Rainbow. If you donate SGD 100, you will have 10 raffle numbers in sequential order. You are welcome to donate in multiples of SGD 10 for tickets in non-succession numbers.
To make things sweeter, Solnce Slings will add a Stalk Free Pass (SFP) for every SGD 250 raised. A SFP entitles the holder the right to purchase any Solnce Slings woven wrap at preview prior to public release. Solnce wraps are made in the Netherlands of the premium yarns from the best and trusted manufacturers. To know more about Solnce Slings, please visit their website at http://www.solnce.com or their Facebook page at http://www.fb.com/solnceslings.
Details of your donation is sent only to Club Rainbow. At the end of the campaign period (2 weeks), Club Rainbow will conduct the draws using their internal Lucky Draw random system. Winners will be notified by Club Rainbow with my contact details. I will bear postage to the winner of the woven wrap.
Photo Credit: Kristi Ligaya
Club Rainbow (Singapore) was set up in 1992 to provide a range of comprehensive support services for the families of children who suffer from major chronic and potentially life threatening illnesses. By working closely with KKH, NUH and SGH, Club Rainbow presently helps more than 800 children and their families.
Children in Club Rainbow range from newborn babies and youths up to the age of 21 years. They require frequent visits to hospitals for treatment, complicated therapy and long-term medication. On the recommendation of their respective doctors, these children are referred to Club Rainbow for follow up support.