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CAMPING AWNING MANUFACTURER Isabella has come up with a new way to help disadvantaged children.

CAMPING AWNING MANUFACTURER Isabella has come up with a new way to help disadvantaged children.


A spokeswoman explained: "For more than half a century Isabella has been a leading manufacturer of awnings within the camping industry. In 2013, we decided to start a new project called ‘Time for Life’ to assist disadvantaged families with children, to have the opportunity to experience the joy of a holiday – and naturally for us camping equals a vacation and relaxation.


"We have made a bracelet from quality materials used in our awnings.  The cord is specially developed for Isabella and used for guy ropes.  The bead in hardwood is made of the same material as our Typhoon storm sash. Give time. Give hope. Experience the Spirit."





These charity-fundraising bracelets are available from Isabella Awnings' retailers at £3.50 each.


Isabella wants to "help those who do not have the same opportunities as others, to have a break from everyday pressure and dreariness. To give them the opportunity to spend time together as a family - give children the environment to just be kids and to allow parents to be present in the moment."

The firm promises to donate the entire profit from the Time for Life bracelets to provide families living in difficult conditions to get a breather.

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