The Slumberland Team Go Pink

Slumberland Helps Fight Breast Cancer With Its Pink Strategy

Slumberland has concluded their 2010 Pink strategy with the presentation of £7,775 to the Pink Ribbon Foundation (Reg. Charity No. 1080839), a grant making trust with a mission to fund projects and provide financial support to UK breast cancer charities.

Slumberland has spent much of 2010 working with the charity to raise funds with activities including the launch of a limited edition Pink Slumberland Bed with a contribution from each sale, a Pink Day in their Huntingdon factory where staff donated to wear pink and selling limited edition Pink T-shirts to staff. Additionally, instead of sending Christmas cards the company made an additional contribution to the charity.

Breast cancer is now the most common cancer worldwide and in the UK. Every week in the UK approximately 750 women will be diagnosed with Breast Cancer totalling over 41,000 new cases each year. For women, the lifetime risk of being diagnosed is about 1 in 9. It is believed that Britain now has the highest breast cancer mortality rate in the world and every week approximately 250 women in the UK die of Breast Cancer according to the Pink Ribbon Foundation.

Jonathan Prince, Chairman of the Pink Ribbon Foundation, says: ‘Slumberland was an obvious partner for the production of the ‘Pink Bed’. Their strategy not only supports the fight against cancer, but helps generally raise awareness of the Pink Ribbon Foundation. Consumers across the UK loved the bed in particular, not only for its look, but exceptional comfort. Slumberland have been committed to the cause developing world-class technology to provide a bed that can support all areas of a person’s wellbeing.’

Gordon Mitchell & Jonathan Prince With The Slumberland Cheque For £7775

Gordon Mitchell, Managing Director of Slumberland, said: “We are very proud to have partnered with the Pink Ribbon Foundation to help the fight against breast cancer. The reaction from our customers has been extremely positive as they understand the value and purpose of this initiative. I would like to thank the staff of Slumberland, our customers and Pink Ribbon Foundation on their support throughout.”

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