Wear dots…raise lots
Dotty Fish are helping to raise money for Royal National Institute of Blind People through the Wear dots…raise lots campaign this October.
This October the Royal National Institute of Blind People are encouraging people to help raise money for the blind adults and children through their Wear dots…raise lots campaign.
Dotty Fish who specialise in soft leather shoes for babies and toddlers have pledged to donate £1 for every pair of their ‘Spotty Dotty’, ‘Navy Spotty’ and ‘Dotty Fish shoes sold between October 2016 and September 2017
All of their shoes are made from soft leather and have a non-slip suede sole which allows little ones to walk on wooden and laminated floors without slipping and sliding. The elasticated ankle keeps the shoe snug on the foot and stops them from falling off!
Priced at just £7.99 each pair comes presented in an organza drawstring gift bag.
View the full collection at www.dottyfish.com
Find out more about the campaign and ways to raise money yourself or to donate visit the RNIB Wear dots…raise lots campaign page.