DUC bags pro­vide aid to chil­dren

Bray People - - NEWS -

BRAY woman Anne-Marie Greene has launched a range of bags with a char­i­ta­ble goal.

DUC is a bag prod­uct line based on a one-forone busi­ness model and aims to help im­prove the lives of young chil­dren in part­ner­ship with the Christina No­ble Chil­dren’s Foun­da­tion (CNCF). Ev­ery DU prod­uct has a di­rect link to the cur­rent needs of CNCF and all of the prod­ucts pro­vide ed­u­ca­tional and med­i­cal aid to chil­dren across Viet­nam.

DUC has three col­lec­tions – DUC Bag, DUC Jr and DUC Sport. For ev­ery DUC bag sold a school kit is pur­chased for a vul­ner­a­ble child in Viet­nam.

A school kit con­sists of one back­pack, six copies, three pens, one pen­cil, one sharp­ener and one rub­ber.

For ev­ery DUC Jr bag sold, a life­sav­ing vac­ci­na­tion is pro­vided for a child in Viet­nam. For ev­ery DUC Sport sold, swim­ming lessons are pro­vided for a child in Viet­nam.

The bags launched last month and are avail­able at Uni­form Ware­house in Bray, Mon­trose and Maynooth, and Arnotts Depart­ment store.

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