Cookies for Kids’ Cancer Blog

Perfectly Sweet Support – Petit Confection

Filed under: Uncategorized — The Good Cookies @ 9:14 am April 13, 2010

Cookies for Kids’ Cancer is excited to announce the support of a brand new line of children’s clothing. . .Petit Confection.

Petit Confection is the creation of fashion designer Olivia Anh-Chi Huynh, who has been designing and serving as creative director in the children’s market for the past four years. She helped her family-owned business Fantaisie Kids become a leader in special occasions wear for infants and girls, and it’s now sold at Lord & Taylor stores and better boutiques. With her newest venture, Olivia is utilizing both her design talents and passion for customer relations, as the line will be sold online and via trunk show parties, a new and fresh concept that she hopes will involve moms nationwide. In her ongoing efforts to make Petit Confection truly a lifestyle company, she will also introduce an online magazine that celebrates beautiful style, life, and love…

But Olivia wants to do more than simply design and sell beautiful clothing, she wants to sweeten Petit Confection’s nationwide trunk shows with Cookies for Kids’ Cancer bake sales to raise both awareness and funds for pediatric cancer research. Olivia’s vision is simple – blend her passion for beautiful children’s clothing with her desire to support Cookies for Kids’ Cancer. And we couldn’t be more delighted to spread the word.

Starting TODAY, you can support Petit Confection’s first partnership goal – to raise $10,000 online from now through May 1st. With the simple donation of just $5, supporters of Cookies for Kids’ Cancer can raise funds and awareness while helping to make this May the biggest month ever for Cookies for Kids’ Cancer. To learn more and to donate $5 to the cause, link here.

To learn more about Petit Confection’s exciting launch coming up in NYC on May 4th, link here.

Be sure to become a fan of both Cookies for Kids’ Cancer and Petit Confection on Facebook! We’re aiming for 10,000 fans by Mother’s Day. . . remember, if we all do a little, together it adds up to a lot!

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