Register at Giggle and You'll Help a Child In Need... Now That's Registry Done Right!

June 28, 2012 by Mom Jeanine
shefinds | Kids

Listen up expectant moms! If you’ve been going back and forth about where you’re going to register, here’s yet another reason to choose Giggle. Not only do they offer the best in modern baby gear and decor for new parents, but they’ve also teamed up with WWO, the Worldwide Orphan Foundation, so that your registry will help children in need. Here’s how it works:

A portion of all qualifying Giggle registry purchases will automatically be donated to the WWO to fund programs for ophans in developing countries. Registries automatically qualify for the donation program once they’ve reached a purchase total of $500 or more. Once a registry qualifies, giggle will then proudly donate 1% of all purchases made on or after March 28, 2012 to the WWO on behalf of the registrant.

Pretty awesome, right? Once someone picks up a Bugabooo for you or that same Nurseryworks crib Blue Ivy sleeps in, your registry starts helping children in need around the world.

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