Fabulous Fashion with a Heart
Posted on 05 June 2017
Here at Yummy Mummy Maternity all our wonderful customers are right at the centre of everything we do – whether already proud parents or excited mums-to-be.
No matter if we’re adding stunning new maternity or nursing fashion lines, styles or even whole new product sections to the website, researching exciting new designers or style labels to bring into the fold, or writing about the latest trends, we’re always thinking about you!
That’s because we know only too well that if you’re pregnant or a new parent, what you really need when shopping online is a fantastic range of styles, pieces and colours all in one place and at a range of affordable price points combined with great customer service.
So it stands to reason that we’re also big fans and supporters of amazing charity MAMA Academy, because mums and babies are at the heart of everything they do.
MAMA Academy works alongside the Royal College of Midwives to reduce the number of stillbirth and neonatal deaths in the UK, supporting both mums and midwives to promote positive pregnancies and helping babies to arrive safely.
The fantastic work they do helps parents-to-be to make informed medical decisions and have as much control as possible over their pregnancies.
Yummy Mummy’s owner and managing director, Julie Batten, will be running the Bristol Half Marathon in September with her sisters in aid of MAMA Academy, and we are also donating a £100 voucher to an online auction the charity is holding.
Bidding opens at 9am on Monday, May 29th, and ends at 9pm on Sunday, June 4th, and all you have to do to take part is write your chosen bid amount in the comments under the relevant photo on MAMA Academy’s Facebook site.
Good luck! And remember that every penny raised will go directly to the charity and support the amazing work they do.
Click this link to check out the auction: https://www.facebook.com/pg/MAMAAcademy/photos/?tab=album&album_id=1246048135481900
If you want to donate towards the £600 fundraising target that Julie and her sisters have set for their 13 mile running challenge then you can do so here:
Lets do all we can together to ensure babies continue to arrive safely!