DaisyTrail, the online social crafting network, has launched a scrumptious digital craft kit to raise money for its partner Tommy’s – a charity that funds medical research into preventing miscarriage, stillbirth and premature birth. All proceeds* will be donated to Tommy’s, and you can download the digikit now.
Tommy’s Baking Day is perfect for anyone wanting a hand-painted digikit to make personalised print projects using free crafting software CraftArtist Compact or the full edition CraftArtist Professional. The cute characters and delicious-looking cakes make the kit perfect for scrapping old family recipes, making tea party recipes or simply creating a scrapbook for everyday occasions. The digikit – available for £2/$3 as a download from DaisyTrail.com – contains: 38 embellishments, 10 background papers, four photo frames, 10 materials, two brushes, one alphabet, and 16 project templates.
“Our partnership with Tommy’s has raised vital funds and awareness of this worthy charity,” says Ashley Hewson, Sales & Marketing Director at DaisyTrail. “We are confident our members will continue to support Tommy’s and the new baking kit will help boost sponsorship further, contributing towards the charity’s aim to halve the number of babies that die during pregnancy or birth by 2030.”
Serif has raised an impressive £3,671.50 for Tommy’s since the partnership was announced in January this year. Over 2,000 DaisyTrail members have downloaded the Snugs & Hugs and Countryways kits, which were created solely for the charity, and some members across the UK and America have also organised their own bake sales to donate further funds.
“We are delighted to be working with DaisyTrail,” says Charlotte Taylor, Fundraising Account Manager at Tommy’s. “The money raised will help us achieve our aim of saving more babies lives. In the UK alone, 1 in 4 women will lose a baby during pregnancy or birth. Losing a baby at any stage is a devastating experience for the whole family and we are working hard to change this sad reality. Through our medical research, we are already making a huge difference to thousands of parents and their babies’ lives.”