Online retailer Kidly celebrates fifth anniversary with Family Action donation

The online children’s retailer, Kidly is celebrating half a decade this week with an anniversary donation of five per cent of sales to Family Action’s Creating Happy Memories campaign.
The platform – a retailer of toys, games, educational items, and a range of clothing for children aged from birth to five years old – is also offering deals on six of its best-selling brands throughout its anniversary week, including Little Dutch, Liewood, Kidly Label, and Kids Depot.
Family Action’s Creating Happy Memories campaign aims to inspire families to develop new skills and interests together in order to strengthen family bonds after the challenges of last year. Kidly will be donating five per cent from sales made during its birthday week this week.
The retailer is also offering customers a series of giveaways and interactive social media games, all with the aim of creating an online party feel. 
Kidly founder, James Hart, said: “Celebrating a fifth birthday is a fantastic milestone for any business, especially after such a turbulent year. The last 12 months have been tough for many of us and our birthday felt like a great time to give something extra to customers and our charity partner, Family Action.
“We’re proud to be supporting their amazing Creating Happy Memories campaign, which will make a huge difference to so many families this summer.” 
This donation is part of a wider initiative from KIDLY’s Family Fund. Find out more at the Kidly website.

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