Little Troopers Press Release

notonthehighstreet.com team up with Little Troopers for Fathers Day 2016

notonthehighstreet.com joins up with Little Troopers

Little Troopers and curated online marketplace notonthhighstreet.com have teamed up for Father’s day 2016.

Louise Fetigan, Founder and Operations Manager for Little Troopers said,

“We are delighted to be linking up with notonthehighstreet.com for Father’s day this year. Father’s day is poignant for many of the families that we support as they experience long periods of separation from their Daddy’s when they are deployed with the UK Forces. Time together and building special memories is so important, both before they are deployedmand when they return home.”

Notonthehighstreet.com brings together more than 5,000 of the UK’s most creative small businesses, this unique online department store offers original, inspirational lifestyle products, many of which are bespoke and made to order. The online marketplace also offers a wealth of experiences for all the family.

Over the Father’s Day period, from 23rd May until 19th June, notonthehighstreet.com will be donating 10% of sales from selected Father’s Day experiences to the Little Troopers charity. These nine experiences, which range from Sausage making to Chilli tasting, are an ideal gift for creating moments and memories with Dads this Father’s Day. By purchasing an experience the money donated will go towards helping Little Troopers support children with Dad’s in the armed forces.

Notonthehighstreet.com is also working with Little Troopers on an exciting competition, exclusively for UK Forces families. The competition will be launched on the 25th April 2016. Louise adds

“Keep your eyes peeled on our websites and social media for more information – you won’t want to miss it!”


About Little Troopers

Little Troopers is a charity that provides support to children and families who have a serving parent away from the family home. These children will quite often celebrate their birthday or Christmas without one or both of their parents and they count down to the day that they will come home. They can be away for one to nine months and often will be in a combat zone. To find out more visit www.littletroopers.net or see our founder’s blog https://www.littletroopers.net/louises-blog/

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