TORONTO, Ontario, September 13, 2016 – On the eve of cuddle+kind’s (www.cuddleandkind.com) one-year anniversary, cuddle+kind is announcing the addition of two new dolls to their collection. The dolls are hand-knit foxes named Sadie and Wyatt. Each fox doll provides 10 meals to children in need and will help cuddle+kind in their mission to provide one million meals to hungry children each year.
cuddle+kind’s new additions will join the brand’s original nine dolls. The hand knit foxes are dressed for fall in stylish matching buffaloplaid outfits and adorable hats. Each fox will be 20” in size and is handcrafted with premium cotton yarn by talented artisans in Peru.The dolls come with their own personality, favourite quote and birthday, as well as cuddle+kind’s signature 10-meal wristband. Each doll will also have their own inspirational prints, which provide five meals.
“The cuddle+kind team has been working hard to bring new and exciting characters to our doll family,” says Jennifer Woodgate, co-founder of cuddle+kind. “Sadie and Wyatt are inspired by the outdoors and the adventurous nature of our children.”
cuddle+kind is driven by their commitment to help fight childhood hunger.Through their giving partners, World Food Program USA and Children’s Hunger Fund, cuddle+kind has been able to donate422,373 meals to children in need during their first year and provide over 100 fair trade jobs to artisans in Peru. Next year, cuddle+kind hopes to hit their goal of providing one million meals to children in need annually.
cuddle+kind was founded in 2015 and is based in Toronto, Ontario. Started by Jennifer and Derek Woodgate, cuddle+kind was an idea that came to life after the Woodgates learned how many children suffer daily from hunger around the world. cuddle+kind’s “1 doll = 10 meals” philosophy lets them work with their customers to establish truly sustainable giving rather than depending on fundraising for support. It is cuddle+kind’s mission to give one million meals to children in need annually. To learn more about cuddle+kind, visit their website at www.cuddleandkind.com and connect with cuddle+kind on Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest and Twitter.
Jim Chiang, email@example.com