H&M Launches “All for Children” Collection to Benefit UNICEF
In 2009, H&M launched the “All for Children” initiative with UNICEF with a $4.5 million donation to help children in some of the world’s poorest communities. This fall, the company continues in its support of UNICEF through the 2013 “All for Children” collection. This unique collection, which includes unique dress-up pieces for boys and girls, is available online in the U.S. beginning October 3rd, and online and in 250 select stores worldwide beginning October 10th.
For each “All for Children” collection item purchased in any of than 250+ H&M stores worldwide or online, H&M will donate 25% of the retail sales price to help UNICEF provide 40,000 children living in Dhaka, Bangladesh, with improved access to education and protection of their basic rights including prevention of child labor.
H&M launched the “All for Children” initiative with UNICEF in 2009 with a $4.5 million donation to help children in some of the world’s poorest communities. Initially concentrating on southern India, All for Children has positively impacted the lives of one million children to date. For U.S. H&M store locations and the collection, please visit http://www.hm.com/us/all-for-children. For more information on the collaboration with H&M, please visit: http://about.hm.com/AboutSection/en/About/Sustainability/Commitments/Communities/Community-Projects/All-for-Children.html.
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