Matilda Jane Clothing Holds Online Auction

June 22, 2016

Matilda Jane Clothing julietta casino online Co.®, Fort Wayne, has donated more than $8,000 in proceeds from a May 18-20, 2016, online clothing auction to Forgotten Children Worldwide™ (FCW), Inc., Bluffton, Ind. FCW will use the funds to combat poverty and human trafficking through clothing distribution, self-sustainability projects, orphan home construction, anti-trafficking initiatives and holistic care. FCW serves children through on-the-ground indigenous, faith-based agencies in Nepal, India, Uganda, Kenya, Malawi and Zimbabwe.

_0GP5438“We were honored to have the opportunity to host this auction to raise money for Forgotten Children and to help create awar
eness about the need that exists around the world. We hope that the money raised can help further the mission of giving children in need hope,” said Kayla Henderson, senior manager of production and product development, Matilda Jane Clothing.

The auction featured one-of-kind Hobo Bags designed by MJC team members, paintings, clothing and more. Matilda Jane teamed up with brands such as Livie & Luca, Maya’s Curls, Patchwork Bear and Bamboletta to make the auction a success.

“We are extremely grateful for the business partner leadership exemplified by Matilda Jane Clothing Co.,” said Aaron Brown, chief development officer, FCW. “The Matilda Jane team, as an organization but also as individuals with compassionate, caring hearts, is committed to improving the lives of children in poverty around the world.”

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