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Save the Children Fiji gets boost from Bulalicious

Bulalicious active wear creates clothing with a conscience whereby sales from each purchase help causes and charities in Fiji. “We were recently able to donate $4880 worth of active wear
02 Feb 2018 11:00
Save the Children Fiji gets boost from Bulalicious
Save the Children Fiji Chief executive officer Iris Low-McKenzie with the apparel received from Bulalicious active wear. Photo: Lauren Jagger

Bulalicious active wear creates clothing with a conscience whereby sales from each purchase help causes and charities in Fiji.

“We were recently able to donate $4880 worth of active wear to children on the island of Koro through Save the Children Fiji as part of a giving back promise,” said Executive Lauren Jagger.

“Bulalicious Active wear aims to create clothing with a conscience whereby their customers not only look good in the active wear that they have purchased but they also feel good knowing their purchase has made a contribution to a worthy cause here in Fiji.”

Save the Children Fiji Chief executive officer Iris Low-McKenzie was on hand to receive the donation along with Communications and Marketing Manager Vijay Krishna.

Mrs Low-McKenzie said she was excited for her team to deliver the active wear to the children on Koro Island who she believes will value the branded active wear.

“Save the Children is implementing a five-year food security and livelihood project and a focus is nutrition in schools,” she added.

“The active wear is a bonus to the targeted schools as they promote healthy living.”

Edited by Mohammed Zulfikar

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