Ice hockey star Henrik Lundqvist is an ambassador for the Ronald McDonald Children's Fund in Sweden. The Henrik Lundqvist Foundation announces he now has a hockey-inspired clothing line for children, Make A Save Collection, along with The FIRE. The profit from the sale is donated to the benefit of the expansion of the Ronald McDonald House. The collection is available for purchase at Babyshop.se from 1 December.
Through his charity, the Henrik Lundqvist Foundation continues to contribute to the important work of Ronald McDonald Children's Fund, so that more families with seriously ill children should have the opportunity to stay close to specialist hospitals. To support the collection is Therese and Henrik Lundqvist with a child fashion company The brand created a clothing line where the excess of the proceeds going to Ronald McDonald Children's Fund.
- It is fantastic to be able to help build the Ronald McDonald houses so they can accommodate more families. The houses will all be together in a situation where your whole family to the test. Therese and I have developed a unique children's collection, inspired by the hockey world. We hope that many people appreciate the collection and want to contribute to the important collection, says Henrik Lundqvist.
Henrik Lundqvist through the Foundation also donated SEK 800 000 to the expansion of the Ronald McDonald House in Gothenburg. There are a total of five Ronald McDonald Houses in Sweden that provides families with seriously ill children a home-like living environment close to a specialist hospital during the treatment period. Today, the houses do not have enough room, and every year is almost 1000 families without a place.
- Now you can make a difference by purchasing any of the fancy clothes that Therese and Henrik designed for the benefit of Ronald McDonald Children's Fund. We are very happy that they want to get involved and together with The FIRE-developed collection. Initiatives like this make a big difference in our work if we are able to help even more families in a difficult time in life, says Hanna Sandel, Secretary General Ronald McDonald Children's Fund.
From 1 December is the collection which consists of 20 garments to buy online at www.babyshop.se and Baby Shop store in Sturegallerian in central Stockholm. Between 50-200 per garment sold will be donated to the Ronald McDonald Children's Fund. The sale lasts as long as stocks last.