2019 has been another busy year for Slumbersac. We introduced some fantastic designs, along with some innovative new features to our sleeping bags, not to mention our continued work with charity partner B1G1. We have also improved our website and expanded the Slumbersac family by selling to Japan and Canada!

Here’s just a few of the highlights of 2019…

NEW DESIGNS

We launched some gorgeous new designs for girls and boys in 2019 – Unicorn, Nautical, Transport and Butterfly, which have been a hit with our customers! 

Watch this space, as we have some exciting new designs coming in 2020!

NEW FEATURES

In 2019 we also introduced some fantastic new features to our sleeping bags. Some of our sleeping bag with feet designs now come with non-slip soles, fantastic for babies who are crawling or starting to find their feet! They also keep their toes nice and cosy at bedtime! We also launched our popular reversible sleeping bags, offering two bags for the price of one! Available with or without feet, in four gorgeous designs, they also feature detachable sleeves. You can now remove the sleeves on a number of our sleeping bags – simply attach if your little one is too cold and remove when warm.

DELIVERING ONE MILLION DREAMS

At Slumbersac, we believe in caring for those around us, especially the young, so for every product we sell, we give back to those less fortunate through our charity partner B1G1. So every time you buy from us, you’re automatically making giving a part of what you do too. Thanks to your support, in 2019 Slumbersac created over 960,000 impacts, with donations to charitable projects around the world. Here are just a few examples of the projects we donated to last year:

460,955 days of access to clean water
368,000 days worth of grain seeds to nourish impoverished children
78,281 days of education support for children
40,875 days of medical support for children and families
550 trees planted to support reforestation
2,769 days of support for families to generate income
6,540 days of anti-trafficking training for women
840 healthy meals given to malnourished children

Here’s to another great year and new decade!