- 12 Dec 2011
Australian manufacturer and purveyor of child sleeping products, Chibebe, is excited to announce several new charitable initiatives, both in the local community and in communities beyond. As a company dedicated to the health and well-being of infants and young children, Chibebe's goal is to work with agencies and other recognised groups who work tirelessly to help babies thrive and grow, and it has begun to expand its community and charitable outreach. One such recent initiative was Chibebe's recent decision to support Victoria's Lighthouse Foundation, an organization dedicated to caring for the homeless in Victoria. In support of the Lighthouse Foundation's important work, Chibebe has donated several slumber pods to help mothers in times of need who have no comfortable resting product for their small children. Additional initiatives include assisting clinical centres requiring a comfortable seating product for their baby patients, and a recent alliance with Coping with Laryngomalacia, a nonprofit organization with a mission to provide support, strength and education for parents, families and patients coping with LM. Having heard of CWL's crucial work in raising awareness and providing solutions for infants suffering from this condition,Chibebe was eager to ally itself with this important non-profit, as Chibebe's own Slumber Pods provide a sleeping and resting solution for infants that are reported to make a significant difference to the symptoms that accompany LM, including respiratory difficulties and gastroesophageal reflux. Moving forward, Chibebe is looking forward to expanding on these initiatives and exploring new ones, enhancing its already profound involvement in the community and continually rededicating its commitment to the health and safety of children and infants.