Tobar teams with Great Ormond Street Hospital to launch ‘Hop for GOSH’ space hoppers

Tobar has teamed with children’s charity Great Ormond Street Hospital to launch a range of special edition space hoppers, just in time for the English spring.

‘Hop for GOSH’ space hoppers are now available to retailers across the UK.

Tobar Group Trading has pledged to donate 10 per cent of the sales proceeds of this best-selling line to, with an agreed minimum of £50,000 to be donated to the children’s charity.

“We are thrilled to be able to launch the special edition space hoppers in association with Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity,” said David Mordecai, CEO of Tobar. “Many families know a child who has received incredible care from this amazing organisation.

“Space hoppers are one of our best selling lines every year so we decided to create two new lines to help raise money for this incredible hospital. This is a superb opportunity for our customers to drive sales and give something back.”

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