TEMPERANCE, MI, November 09, 2012 /24-7PressRelease/
-- Since the onslaught of Hurricane Sandy and the number of victims that have been left homeless, the need for help is on the rise. Stork Baby Gift Baskets.com
, a small privately owned company, wants to help by donating partial proceeds of sales to a children's charity that caters to babies and small children living in shelters.
Stork Baby Gift Baskets has recently added a new line of Cuddler Baby Security Blankets. Each blanket features a plush animal in either pink, blue or minky zebra print with silk linings and can be purchased online for $14.95 plus $5.95 shipping. One dollar of each sale will be donated directly through the Project Night Night website from now through the end of December, 2012.
The owner, Victoria Jimenez, has stated that she was in the process of researching children's charities for an article when she came across Project Night Night and was immediately touched by the organization and it's goals in helping the smallest and most innocent victims of homelessness. When Huricane Sandy hit she was inpired to help and Project Night Night seemed like the perfect fit. "They donate security blankets along with a book and plush animal in a tote bag to kids in need of comfort and we had just introduced our new line of baby security blankets
which are meant to comfort kids as well". Since they are not an expensive baby gift most people would be able to afford to purchase one for their own baby or as baby gifts
for friends and family and help out a children's charity at the same time". "If we receive a significant response, we would like to continue our efforts throughout 2013."
For more information on Stork Baby Gift Baskets, contact Victoria at (866)383-3330. She can also be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org