Charities We Support
At Maclaren, we firmly believe in supporting organisations that share our same desire to nurture children and ensure a better tomorrow for future generations. As such, Maclaren supports the following charities:
Baby Buggy works with a network of more than 50 community-based organisations to distribute new and gently used baby essentials to New York City's families in need. From cribs and buggies to clothing and bottles, every item is closely evaluated for safety prior to dispersal. Baby Buggy’s product distributions are combined with wide-ranging social service assistance, as well as parenting support and education.
Brain Trauma Foundation
The mission of The Brain Trauma Foundation (BTF) is to translate neuroscience into effective solutions by increasing awareness and understanding of symptoms associated with head injuries. With a focus on educating healthcare professionals on the immediate care for patients, the organisation estimates that thousands of lives can be saved each year in the U.S., millions worldwide thus reducing the number of life-long disabilities.
The mission for Charley’s Fund is to raise money to find a cure or treatment for Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy (DMD), a globally devastating muscle disease, affecting 1 in every 3,500 male births. Charley’s Fund is dedicated to investing in translational research that focuses on moving science from lab experimentation to human clinical trials to help save lives.
Hole in the Wall Gang Camps
Founded by Paul Newman and named for the hiding place from Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, The Hole in the Wall Gang Camp has served critically ill children with an empowering camp experience for more than 20 years. The Camp offers free summer sessions and family weekend programs that provide an array of all-inclusive activities to children and their families coping with cancer, HIV, and other serious illnesses.
Room to Grow Foundation
Room to Grow Foundation is dedicated to alleviating poverty among children and unaccompanied minors from Burma who have sought refuge in Thailand. The foundation assists in the acquisition of food, shelter, education, and other basic needs. The Foundation allows children to focus on being children; starting and ending each day well nourished, attending school and having a roof above their heads.
The Soil Association is the UK's leading charity campaigning for humane and sustainable food, as well as farming and land use. The Soil Association pioneered the first organic standards in 1967, which remain among the highest in the world. Wherever you see the Soil Association symbol, you can trust the product has been produced sustainably and in harmony with nature without the use of chemical pesticides and fertilisers.