May 18, 2017 | By Allison Goodfellow-Ash
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As if the sweet ruffled dresses and quirky animal caps weren’t enough to allure us, H&M’s recently launched “All for Children” collection is donating 25 percent of its proceeds to UNICEF. With each purchase from the line, a donation is made to UNICEF to help end child labor and promote education in Bangladesh and India. The collection features cool graphic tees, girly frocks, snazzy patent leather shoes and an array of standout accessories (perfect for last minute Halloween costumes).
Yesterday, the Children’s Team stopped by our local H&M for an event celebrating the collection’s launch. A deejay was on hand, spinning tunes for the little ones, as well as face painting and crafts that included making your very own UNICEF Trick-or-Treat box. Giving back to charity while picking up a pair of bold yellow suspenders for your little one? That’s something we can definitely get behind.
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