Together you raised $43,000 towards the purchase of a new incubator for the babies cared for in BC Women's Newborn ICU!
Pictured left is Sip and Savour founder Sarah Robbins with BC Women's Newborn ICU Campaign Chair, Tamara Taggart. Photos by Allison Kuhl
Here's Tamara Taggart on CTV showing highlights from this beautiful event.
Here's Sarah on CTV telling why she's supporting the NICU.
Thank you to our incredible sponsors!
About Sip and Savour
The inception of Sip and Savour arose from Numpfer founder Sarah Robbin’s desire to give back to the BC Women’s Newborn ICU. Sarah’s own baby daughter, Charlotte, spent her first three days of life here – the longest three days of Sarah’s life.
Sarah’s experience at BC Women’s Newborn ICU led to another gift. Sarah observed that the design of the absorbent washcloths the nurses used as bibs could be improved to enhance babies’ comfort. “The market did not supply bibs that provided full coverage, resulting in a very wet outfit. Once home I couldn’t find the functional, absorbent, soft yet stylish bib I was searching for – and so I created multi use super soft bibs to enhance the babies comfort - and Numpfer™ was born.”
For more information about this incredible event, please visit the Sip and Savour website or email Sarah Robbins.
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