Posh Paws Launches NHS Charities Together Bear Collection

To show their support for the fantastic work and ongoing commitment shown by the NHS throughout these difficult times, Posh Paws International has partnered with the NHS Charities Together to launch a beautiful new range of colourful and high quality teddy bears with sound called the ‘Thank You Bears’.

The new collection is available to order now and Posh Paws will be donating a percentage of the profits of each toy sale to the NHS Charites Together.

The Thank You Bear range includes a white, brown and multicoloured 6.5” and 11” bears; each featuring the signature NHS rainbow coloured emblem that we have become accustomed to and a sound chip that claps and cheers when you press its tummy.

The NHS Charites together logo will feature on the packaging plus the Bear’s hang-tag is printed with a ‘To and From’ message so that customers can personalise the gift to show thanks to friends, family and loved ones.

Lauren Shipman, Posh Paws’ Brand and Marketing Director said “We are extremely proud to partner with the NHS Charities Together to create this lovely collection of ‘Thank You Bears’. For every bear that is sold, a donation of the profits will be made to help fund critical care, medical equipment and pioneering research.”

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