Williams-Sonoma, Inc. has been a shining Starlight Partner since 2018.
During this time, teams from across Williams-Sonoma, Pottery Barn, Pottery Barn Kids and West Elm have together raised over $128,000 to help seriously ill children.
"I am so proud of our partnership with Starlight. The relationship was born from a great initiative of our Perth team, who wanted to create a local give-back opportunity, and our commitment as a company to have a positive impact on the communities we call home," Evan Hutton, Managing Director, Australia said.
For more than 60 years, Williams-Sonoma has inspired and nourished people's lives with an ongoing commitment to the wellbeing of the communities which they work alongside.
Through a combination of in-store events and Cause Related Marketing, their enthusiastic teams have lent their support to major annual fundraising campaigns to ensure Starlight can continue to brighten the lives of seriously ill and hospitalised children.
This Christmas they are helping bring that happiness to sick kids through a range of in-store initiatives and promotions across the country.
Their popular Christmas wrapping will be given to customers for a gold coin donation to Starlight and their 'round up' at the checkout is popular with customers generously making additional donations at point of sale.
This year, all Williams-Sonoma brands will offer Gifts that Give Back with a nominated dollar value donated to Starlight. Staff also run their own behind the scenes fundraisers to help make the Christmas campaign such a success!
While 2021 has been a challenging year, thanks to the generous support of Williams-Sonoma, sick kids and their families can look forward to much-needed joy and happiness this Christmas.
"Like Starlight, we have a critical focus on family, so it is the perfect partnership. It brings me such pleasure to have our teams play a part in helping children and their families find joy and support in a very challenging and painful time in their lives," Evan said.
Our warmest thanks to our partners in happiness at Williams-Sonoma for shining brightly for sick kids.