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Sass & Bide Collaborates With Make-A-Wish-Foundation

Sass & Bide Collaborates With Make-A-Wish-Foundation

MakeAWish, Sass&Bide, WishUponAStar, Charity, Middleton&Clarke, Fashion, Australia

Sass and Bide creators Sarah-Jane Clarke and Heidi Middleton are once again partnering up with Make-a-Wish Foundation in order to raise funds for seriously ill children. The iconic Australian designers are known for their philanthropic nature after collaborating with numerous charities in the past.

In fact, this will be the third year the duo will assist Make-A-Wish Foundation by designing one limited edition lariat style necklace. The piece will be available in Rose Gold, Silver and Gold, and sold at Sass & Bide Boutiques in Myer and via the online store for $35, where all proceeds will go to Make-A-Wish Foundation.

MakeAWish, Sass&Bide, WishUponAStar, Charity, Middleton&Clarke, Fashion, Australia

Since it’s launch in 2012, the Wish Upon A Star Campaign has raised over $160,000. This amazing effort came by inspiration from a tattoo both designers share as a symbol of creativity.

The Sass & Bide say:

“Our star represents enduring friendship & love, and by partnering with Make-A-Wish Australia we hope the proceeds of these necklaces can help make a very real difference to the lives of seriously ill children around the country.”

A social media campaign has also been developed in the hopes of spreading the word by encouraging everyone to take a ‘Star Selfie’. The Selfie should be innovative and fun with the necklace in clear sight.

“What could be more important than helping to bring hope, strength and joy to unwell children and their families. We encourage everyone to use the power of social media to spread the message and work towards building awareness around this important campaign.”

Get on board today, be sure to add the hashtag #wishuponastar and #SBMakeAWish to the photo on the social media platform of your choice, Facebook, Twitter or Instagram and be a part of this important conversation.

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By Amy Miller

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