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Kidly celebrates its fifth birthday

The online retailer marks its fifth anniversary with a charity donation and offers for customers.

To mark the milestone, Kidly has pledged to donate 5% of sales from its birthday week to Family Action’s Creating Happy Memories campaign, which inspires families to develop new skills and interests together to strengthen family bonds after the challenging year last year.

Alongside the donation, Kidly is offering deals on six of their most popular brands throughout the week, including Little Dutch, Liewood, Kidly Label and Kids Depot. Customers can also enjoy giveaways and interactive social media games.

James Hart, Kidly founder, commented: “Celebrating a fifth birthday is a fantastic milestone for any business, especially after such a turbulent year. The last 12 months have been tough for many of us and our birthday felt like a great time to give something extra to customers and our charity partner, Family Action.

“We’re proud to be supporting their amazing Creating Happy Memories campaign, which will make a huge difference to so many families this summer.”

The donation is part of a wider initiative from Kidly’s Family Fund. Find out more here –

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