As part of our giving back philosophy, we are very excited to announce that Kelly & Windsor Australia and The Australian Alpaca Bedding Company has partnered with the Lung Foundation Australia in a cause related marketing program.
"The Lung Foundation Australia is the only charity and leading peak body of its kind in Australia that funds life-changing research and delivers support services that give hope to people living with a lung disease or lung cancer.
Since 1990 we (they) have been working to ensure lung health is a priority for all, from promoting lung health and early diagnosis, advocating for policy change and research investment, raising awareness about the symptoms and prevalence of lung disease and championing equitable access to treatment and care" Lung Foundation Australia
Our goal is to contribute to this very worthy cause by donating 20% of sales revenue generated from this program to Lung Foundation Australia research programs.
This partnership was signed recently and we are now busy organizing several sales and marketing programs to raise money.
This post will be updated shortly with details and information, but we are excited to announce our partnership with the Lung Foundation Australia.
In the meantime, please go to the Lung Foundation's website for more information and if you can please join us and make a donation - www.lungfoundation.com.au
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We are donating a day's production to make wool quilts and pillows which we will give to the Father Bob Maguire Foundation so that they can help and support those who are in need in our local community.
We are very proud to support such a great cause.
First launched in 2006, our alpaca underblankets have been very popular but unfortunately in 2015 we encountered some technical manufacturing problems that we just couldn't resolve and we reluctantly had to discontinue their production.
Today we are advising that they are coming back in winter 2021.
Small and family businesses are benefiting from a significant boost in consumer sentitment (in the covid pandemic) with new research revealing 93% of Aussie's prefer to buy products made in Australia.
If it's made in Australia and it is a quality product, why wouldn't you buy it?