Louise Norbury and Greer Cripps as they completed the run!
An extra Sweetener for Tommy’s
Published: 20 July, 2012
The whole team at Sugarjack, the luxury baby brand, are extremely proud of two of its colleagues for taking part and successfully completing The Tommy’s Windsor 8km Baby race. The event, which took place on the 8th July, saw more than 50 mums and dads race their babies in buggies in aid of the baby charity Tommy’s. Having raised more than £600 the two mums that took part did a great job.
Sugarjack, the designers of the baby changing bag that has been spotted on many a celebrity in recent months, have already committed 5% profits of its profits to Tommy’s but felt they wanted to do more to help. Having learnt about the Baby Race both Louise Norbury and Greer Cripps thought this sounded like a great idea.
Louise Norbury; Head of Operations commented: ‘We are so delighted to be involved with supporting Tommy’s, the work they do is so important and worthwhile that we really wanted to help them continue supporting families across the UK. We are pleased to provide long term support with the sale of our bags but we were keen to do a little more. Little did I know this would mean running in the rain on a Sunday! But it felt great to be involved in the event and part of a team of Tommy’s supporters.
The race was organised in partnership with the pre and post-natal fitness experts, Buggyfit, and raised a grand total of £9,200 for Tommy’s, the UK’s only charity dedicated to funding research into miscarriage, premature and still births.