Australian Childhood Foundation and Target
Partnering to support the Bringing Up Great Kids program
By partnering with Australian Childhood Foundation’s Bringing Up Great Kids program, Target is helping to make a real difference to the lives of vulnerable parents and children.
Bringing Up Great Kids is a program run by Australian Childhood Foundation that aims to support parents and families. It focuses on building positive and nurturing relationships between parents and their children.
Together, Target Australia and Australian Childhood Foundation will reach at-risk parents to support them in developing mindful and reflective approaches with the children in their care.
Every child has the right to sleep safely at night. So this festive season, Target are selling matching Christmas Gingerbread Pyjamas for the whole family with $2 from the sale of each set being donated to support our Bringing up Great Kids program. Stock is limited, click the link below to purchase for the whole family or visit your local Target.
Sleep tight knowing you are making a real difference
Every child has the right to sleep safely at night. Our incredible friends at Target agree. This festive season they are selling matching Christmas Gingerbread Pyjamas for the whole family! $2 from the sale of each set with be donated to support our Bringing Up Great Kids program.
That means you can sleep easy knowing that your purchase is making a real difference in the lives of vulnerable parents and children.
Stock is incredibly limited, visit your local Target or shop their online store to purchase a set for the whole family!
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What is Bringing Up Great Kids?
Being a parent is the most important job you can do. It can last a lifetime. You don’t have to know everything all the time. In fact, children and parents learn from each other. The more we can understand children, the more we can help them grow and develop.
Our Bringing Up Great Kids program supports parents and carers to build loving and nurturing connections with their children.