Ergobaby Ribbons Carrier
If you click & buy, I receive a small commission. Thank you. The brand new Ergobaby Ribbons Carrier and their Carry for a Cure Initiative were just announced, in honor of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. $5 per Ribbons Carrier will be donated to Susan G. Komen in 2016-2017, with a guaranteed minimum donation of $25,000.
Ergobaby collaborated with breast cancer survivor Nikki Weiss-Goldstein and her wife Jill Goldstein to share the inspiring story of diagnosis, surgery and finally being able to wear her baby. The video will premier in October for National Breast Cancer Awareness Month and Ergobaby will also share stories of parents who are breast cancer survivors, through their Carry for a Cure initiative. Stories will be featured on product packaging, their website and social media channels.
“At Ergobaby, we seek to find new ways to support families through every phase of life. Breast cancer has impacted many of the families we serve, as well as those of us at Ergobaby. Everyone has a friend, family member or co-worker affected by this disease. Recently, one of our own team members, Cynthia Neiman, battled breast cancer. We were truly inspired by Cynthia’s strength and designed this carrier to honor her and demonstrate our support in the quest for a cure,” says Margaret Hardin, CEO of Ergobaby. “We want to take this opportunity to help spread the message of education and prevention among our parenting community and beyond in support of all the parents who fight this battle every day.”
The Ergobaby Ribbons carrier is warm gray with the Ribbon logo embroidered on the front zippered pocket and printed on the inner lining. It has the same great features of the Original Carrier.
Ergobaby will also be supporting Susan G. Komen by participating in the Susan G. Komen Orange County Race for the Cure®, and encouraging retailers and the parenting community to join the event.
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