Button Baby Giveaway in Support of Miracle Babies Foundation
I was recently approached to work with Button Baby; a boutique online store for babies, toddlers and their mums, who were interested in donating a portion of their sales in October to a charity which supports sick and premature babies.
Milla, born at 32 weeks.
As you know, my daughter Milla was born two months premature, so I suggested supporting the organisation Miracle Babies Foundation.
Miracle Babies Foundation supports premature and sick newborns, their families and the hospitals that care for them. They offer programs and resources to families and healthcare professionals, and provide vital support to parents during what can be a confusing and frightening time. You can find out more about the services Miracle Babies Foundation provide on their website http://www.miraclebabies.org.au/
Button Baby have very generously offered to donate 10% of all sales during the month of October to Miracle Babies Foundation.
The Button Baby website features a beautiful range of quality products for babies and toddlers. They offer free gift wrapping, $8.90 next day delivery anywhere in Australia, and are experts at helping people select the perfect gift for the little ones in their lives. You can see the full range of products they offer on their website http://www.buttonbaby.com.au/
Button Baby have also kindly offered a giveaway to one of The Hesitant Housewife’s lucky readers!
Up for grabs is a gorgeous prize pack, worth $141.70, containing Aden and Anais four muslin swaddle wraps, Sleepy Wings, Hevea Pacifier Round, Alimrose Designs Stick Rattle Coco Bunny, Jellycat Bashful Bunny Cream Small, and a Mizzle Newborn Nightie Cloud.
To enter, all you need to do is follow the prompts below. Competition closes at midnight EDST on Thursday the 17th of October. Good luck!
This is not a sponsored post, I was not paid, nor have I received any products in return for writing this post. I am just happy to promote a company that is supporting a charity that personally means a lot to me.