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UNIQLO Collaborate With Local NPO To Provides Clothing For Newborn Baby In Bali

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One of leading international outfit brands, UNIQLO, just recently collaborate with Yayasan Bumi Sehat to provide clothing for newborn babies in Bali.

Held at Yayasan Bumi Sehat’s headquarter in Ubud, UNIQLO giving back to the local community by providing quality clothing for several newborn babies. Established back in 1995, Yayasan Bumi Sehat  is a Non-Profit Organization (NPO) which give health service access to local family; especially those who are looking for childbirth treatment with professional clinic standard. This organization also actively encourage individuals and other organization to help the community by donating clothes for babies. The latter part is what draws UNIQLO to collaborate.

Held on Saturday, December 21st, the social responsibility program was attended by Yugo Shima as Chief Operating Officer of Fast Retailing Indonesia Company, and also the founder of Yayasan Bumi Sehat herself, Ms. Robin Lim. “We understand the importance of comfortable wear for newborn babies, especially because they have such sensitive skin” explains Yugo-San. “UNIQLO brought LifeWear for our customers in Indonesia–an approach of Japanese cultural value; simplicity, quality and durability to make better life-to give better clothing for newborn babies” he added.

“We are so happy because UNIQLO Indonesia cares about the welfare of newborn babies” said Ms. Robin Lim. “We are greateful to UNIQLO for their incredible support and we hope the outfits are not only used by the babies, but can help their families as well”

Currently, UNIQLO has a total of 32 outlets all across Indonesia, and committed to make their ‘LifeWear’ products easier to access with new stores in the future; as well as expanding their influence in South East Asia. Through the ‘power of clothing’, UNIQLO will continue to give the benefit of clothing and dream to make better life where everyone would grow, including in the island of Bali.

Keep up the great work, UNIQLO!

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