JoJo Maman Bébé is launching an embroidered rainbow sleepsuit, and all proceeds from sales of the sleepsuit will go to NHS charities in the Manchester and Trafford area. Their work supports continuing excellence in treatment, research and care throughout its family of hospitals, including Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital – the largest and busiest children’s hospital in the UK, and Saint Mary’s Hospital for women and babies. Rachel Laycock, Senior Corporate Fundraising Manager at Manchester Foundation Trust Charity, said, “We’re delighted that JoJo Maman Bébé have chosen to fundraise for us in this way. On behalf of everyone at the Charity, I’d like to thank the team at JoJo Maman Bébé for their incredible support.”
The design is one of JoJo’s bestselling sleepsuits from their archive which, after months of deliberation, they have decided to bring back following numerous requests from customers. Rachel went on to say, “We love the rainbow embroidery and it seems poignant at this time – a symbol of hope. It has become synonymous with the NHS and feels very fitting for the design.”
Laura Tenison, founder of JoJo, said, “During the height of the pandemic we were approached by the volunteer trustees of this great little charity and have been brainstorming various ideas to help raise funds ever since. Bringing this gorgeous sleepsuit design back from the archives is a great start.”
Find out more about the JoJo rainbow sleepsuit
The sleepsuit is available at all JoJo Maman Bébé stores and online, priced at £18 and available in sizes Newborn – 18 months.
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