Well known for their well priced, fashionable offerings, H&M is also working to support children in developing countries. On October 23rd it was announced that the company would be joining forces with UNICEF again for their popular ‘All for Children’ collection.
Through their relationship with UNICEF, H&M has been able to establish effective programs in areas that their business relies on – like the cotton producing region in Tamil Nadu, India, and the garment manufacturing region in Dhaka, Bangladesh.
This gives them the opportunity to help 40,000 children living in the Dhaka garment region by creating play groups and providing them access to education.
The 2014 line features a diverse collection of pieces for both boys and girls. Items like puffy vests, a bird poncho and cowl neck sweaters are included for girls, while superhero sweaters, metallics and graphic tees are offered for boys.
But if you want something from this line you need to be quick. It sells out every year.
Twenty-five percent of sales from the “All for Children’s” collection, ranging in price from $5.95 to $49.95, will support UNICEF.