H&M Home has just launched H&M Home x Save the Children. The new collection has an array of cute circus-themed items for kids' rooms.
A percentage of the sales price will be donated to Save the Children, helping children in crisis-affected countries. Full of fun kids' bedroom ideas and decor for the playroom, this range also raises money for charity.
Just in time for the season of goodwill, H&M Home has curated this collection of funfair-themed kids' decor that both looks good and does good. 10% of the sales go to Save the Children, a UK charity that works to improve the lives of children through health care, education and emergency aid.
The collection launches ahead of Save the Children’s annual Christmas Jumper Day. This takes place on Friday 10th December and is in its tenth year.
Christmas Jumper Day has raised a remarkable £27 million for Save the Children since its launch in 2012. This year, kids are encouraged to upcycle, borrow or buy a second-hand sweater for the occasion, and donate £1.
The lovely H&M Home x Save the Children range includes some at-home staples, such as bedding, plus pajamas and slippers from H&M Kids. That's not all, as there are some more quirky items like a puppet theatre for putting on a show.
All of the items would make great Christmas gift ideas for kids. We love the circus tent for putting on a spectacle and soft toy dumbbells for children to play at being circus strongmen.
The red and white striped circus tent can double up as a calm reading nook with blankets, pillows and cuddly toys.
Kids can bring a spot of magic to the dark evenings at home by putting on a show, thanks to the magician's hat, wand and pajamas. Elsewhere in the collection, you'll find a cute tea set, boxes that make for handy storage ideas for kids' rooms, and a large teddy bear, like one you might win at a fair.
If you're just starting to tick off some of your Christmas shopping or holding out until the Black Friday home sales, this charity collection has some super cute options for little ones.
Not only does it all kids to enjoy the fun of the fair at home, but it will also help children that need it most.