Make a Wish Come True Whilst Shopping

Christmas is about that warm fuzzy feeling we all get about sharing love and experiences with all around us. As we hand around gifts, many try to off-set their consumer guilt by giving to charity. There are ways, however, of shopping and giving guilt free.

Joe Browns has a series of limited edition ‘Wish Come True’ tunics in a gallery of prints (there are 220 of each) and it is luck which one you get. Yet these limited edition pieces will not only make the wearer feel unique but generous too. Joe Browns likes to think it “is all about loving life and getting the most out of every moment” so quite aptly every penny of these tunic sales will go to The Make a Wish Foundation. This wonderful charity grants the wishes f children and young people aged between 3 and 17 living with life threatening illnesses. Make a Wish has a special place in my heart as I had a great friend when I was younger who was diagnosed with a life-threatening brain tumour. His wish to see penguins in the wild was granted when Make a Wish sent him to Cape Town to see the characterful birds at Boulders Beach. I am very glad to say this friend actually survived incredibly complex surgery on his tumour and I still boogie next to him on the dance floor. Last memory or not, Make a Wish changed the life of my friend.

Will you make a wish come true by buying a tunic this Christmas?

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