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Henrik Vibskov and iconic ELKA Rainwear join forces to save the children
Their sustainable rain jacket is made of 100% recycled polyester.
For the fourth time, Vibskov has chosen to support Danish organisation Red Barnet (Save the Children). This year with a sustainable rain jacket made of 100% recycled polyester together with ELKA Rainwear. It has a phthalate free coating and the Every Child logo on, just like the last 4 years. All proceeds from the sale will go to Save the Children’s work, including children on the run, and for Vibskov it is no doubt to continue to support the cause:
— In 2015, we all became very aware of the fact that children arrived at the Danish border all by themselves without companions and without parents, which is why we started the project EVERY CHILD. There are still humanitarian disasters in various countries with children involved in war with terrible experiences. I, as a person, cannot stop war, but through this project I will try to make just a small humble difference. It is important that we help people who are fleeing war and chaos — especially children. Regardless of the political point of view, we should all agree that children must have safe conditions. Every Child is now initiated for the fourth time, and we are very grateful for the support the project has given us, which has so far allowed us to donate more than DKK 200,000 to Save the Children’s work.Henrik VibskovELKA RainwearSave the childrenEvery ChildRed Barnet