My name is Crysta Burridge and I am the owner of Bunny Bumpkin Maternity, Nursing & Baby. I decided to support Pregnancy Sickness Support because it is a charity very close to my heart as I experienced Hyperemesis in both of my pregnancies. I spent much of both those pregnancies in and out of hospital, severely dehydrated and wondering how on earth I would ever make it through those two periods of my life. The battle to get the right medication only added to the challenge of getting through those very dark months. Education and awareness is needed to improve the care for women who suffer this awful condition at a time that should be one of the most wonderful experiences in a woman’s life. This is why I am a volunteer with Pregnancy Sickness Support who do a fantastic job in supporting women who need help. PSS give Hyperemesis sufferers someone to talk to who truly understands what they are going through.
|My HG babies - Jake & Millie|
How I will raise money for Pregnancy Sickness Support
At the moment my business already donates 10% of the sale price for three items in our web store and Ebay shop to PSS. During the nine months of the campaign, we will launch nine additional products to the web store: www.bunnybumpkin.com. We will consecutively launch the same products on our Ebay shop and donate 10% of the sale price for each sale through these outlets to Pregnancy Sickness Support.
Bunny Bumpkin is the one stop online shop for everything a mum needs from the time she is pregnant until her child goes to nursery. We sell maternity and nursing clothes, baby clothes, breastfeeding accessories, potty training products, bibs and feeding accessories, teethers, reins and much more.
How you can help Pregnancy Sickness Support
If you are pregnant, nursing or have a baby or toddler, Bunny Bumpkin is sure to have something you will need. Save yourself a trip into town and buy what you need from Bunny Bumpkin. Our prices are competitive, delivery is free within the UK and 10% of what you pay will be donated to PSS.
The products that contribute to PSS can be found here.