RSBC teams up with fashion brand Scamp & Dude
Royal Society for Blind Children (RSBC) is excited to announce a new initiative with award winning fashion brand Scamp and Dude. RSBC is one of a handful of charities to benefit from the profits generated by the brand’s Swag Bags with Purpose, which went on sale in August.
The partnership was made possible by RSBC ambassador, Natalie Lee, who is part of an impressive collective to launch the brand’s Swag Bags with Purpose campaign for 2019. All the profits generated by the sale of the new collection, will go to a range of good causes, with RSBC featuring as Natalie’s chosen charity.
Natalie, who joined RSBC as an ambassador earlier this year, is a style influencer and mum to Alexa, who is visually impaired and has been supported by RSBC.
Among the other well-known faces to front the limited edition collection, are Dame Jessica Ennis-Hill, Stacey Solomon, and Lauren Laverne.
Natalie said of her involvement in the Swag Bags with Purpose campaign, “I've always loved Scamp & Dude and knowing the story behind the brand makes it even more special. The charity I chose was the RSBC who have helped us ever since our eldest daughter got diagnosed with a rare genetic condition and began losing her sight. I’m now an ambassador of this wonderful charity and our whole family fundraise for them whenever we can. “
Tim Todhunter, Head of Fundraising at RSBC, said of the partnership, “We’re thrilled to be among the beneficiaries of this year’s campaign. The swag bags have proven a huge hit with sell outs last year, so we’re hugely grateful to both Natalie and Scamp & Dude for taking this opportunity to raise funds for blind children.”
The over-sized bags feature the brand’s iconic leopard and lightning bolt print in limited edition colourways. The brand describes the collection as stylishly practical and have a myriad of different uses. They are great for cosmetics, used as a beach bag, for all handbag essentials, for travel, children’s toys/treats or as a compact change bag.
100% of the profit from the sale of Natalie’s swag bag will go to RSBC. It costs £28 and can be purchased on the Scamp & Dude website.