Biking For Bliss For Babies Born Premature Or Sick - Profit Donation From Our Baby Dental Wipes

We want to introduce to you our superhero Accounts Manager Clare - 

Used to cycling to work (Alton to Alresford) every week – Clare decided to challenge herself and put in the practice miles ahead of cycling from Land’s end to John O’Groats throughout August (7th-22nd)

To help support Clare, Brush Baby are also donating profits from the sale of our baby dental wipes. These gum wipes for babies help to remove any milky residue that has been left in their mouth. In addition, our Brush Baby Teething Wipes are available to purchase, which (alongside a baby teether) helps soothe your child's sore gums.

Clare's cycling challenge will see her racking up a daily average of 72 miles, which will total up to an outstanding 1000 miles!

- think she'll be needing some soothing cream for the nether regions.... ouch!

Clare, along with her husband Paul and fellow members of a sponsorship group, are all cycling and raising money for their own special charities.

Bliss is Clare’s chosen charity, as the work that it does with premature babies, is a cause close to Clare’s heart.

Both of her sons, were premature, and born on the other side of the world in Manly, Australia, far away from the support of their family and friendship circle. Clare has never forgotten the professionalism and kindness shown to her when she needed it most, and is happy to ‘pay it forward’ to other families, who may need to avail of Bliss’ services in the months ahead.

Catch up on Clare’s travels on our website, and check out our Instagram channel and join in the fun with our competition!

Every 5 minutes, a baby is admitted to neonatal care in the UK.

Bliss is the leading UK charity for babies born premature or sick. They rely on donations to fund their work, and without our help they won't be able to reach the 100,000 babies needing neonatal care each year.

If you would like to make a donation to Clare's Just Giving Page, you will be helping Bliss to drive improvements in neonatal care, to ensure that the needs of babies are at the heart of policy and planning for the future, and to provide information and support to all families with a baby born premature or sick.

To donate please visit here :