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Kidswear apparel company MINIATURE sponsors orphanage
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Dec '08
Children's Wear company MINI A TURE, who are represented at CIFFKIDS in Bella Center in February, sponsors an orphanage in India. The support comes from the sale of PEACE T-shirts, where the profit in full goes to the children in India

Contribution for charity is a permanent part of the business plan at MINI A TURE (a part of HTM GROUP) and since 2007, they have been sponsoring Sunway Children's Home – a small orphanage with casteless children in Bodh Gaya, India.

The orphanage is run by Yrsa Grüning from Denmark. The support comes from the sale of printed T-shirts, the PEACE T-shirt, where the profit in full goes to the children at Sunway Children's Home.

MINI A TURE is represented at the CIFFKIDS fashion fair in Bella Center from 5th –to 8th of February 2009.

The attention for the PEACE T-shirt is growing each season and the Autumn/Winter collection fetched €11,000 that could be send out to the orphanage in the North East of India.

The donations from MINI A TURE made it possible, among other things, to build a new house for the children, electricity and not at least school attendance for around 20 children on a local school. Ordinarily, most casteless children do not have a realistic opportunity to get an education.

We also hope to give some of the children the opportunity to attend a boarding school, where they can improve their skills and chances to study medicine or law, says owner of HTM Group Signe Tholstrup.

About MINI A TURE:
MINIATURE started back in 2001 and is a successful part of HTM Group together with the luxury women's wear label WHITE. All collections from MINI A TURE are created with a sense of humour and playfulness and are exclusively made of high quality materials.

Often is the clothes embellished with quirky prints, unique colour combination and not at least an overall theme. For example, will the Spring/Summer collection be Gustavian – build up on 'Swedish archipelago' theme. The inspiration for the theme is taken from the popular work of Astrid Lindegren, including 'Emil from Lønneberg'


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