Fashion and charity collide as Debenhams and BBC Children In Need join forces.
It’s always great when you can do your bit for charity and look good at the same time and that’s exactly what you can do this week in the run up to the BBC Children In Need appeal.
For the fifth year running, high street favourite Debenhams is aiming to raise £100,000 for BBC Children in Need with their exclusive kids collection.
The BBC Children in Need appeal will be on our TV screens this Friday (13th November) and works throughout the year, supporting projects across the UK to help make a difference to young lives.
The childrenswear collection features the instantly recognisable Pudsey Bear design with bold prints across fun onesies, printed layered t-shirts and diamante leggings. We especially love the Pineapple tee; which sees Pudsey getting to dance with Blush! And the bright yellow wellies- perfect for splashing around puddles in.
Shani Delargy, head of childrenswear buying at Debenhams said “We are excited to continue our partnership with BBC Children in Need and support its vital work through the launch of this fabulous range of designer childrenswear. We are sure that Mums, Dads and most importantly kids will love the fun styles and snap them straight up, raising lots of money at the same time!”
Whilst Carrie Green, Head of Commercial at BBC Children in Need, says: “The support we get from Debenhams, their staff and customers every year is fantastic, and without it we wouldn’t be able to make a difference to the lives of so many thousands of disadvantaged children and young people across the UK.”
The collection consists of 13 pieces for boys and girls, starting at just £7 and is available to buy now at www.debenhams.com