WavHello Gives Back to Children’s Hospital Los Angeles

WavHello Gives Back to Children’s Hospital Los Angeles

We pride ourselves on making baby products that give back to children in need.

When WavHello was founded, our goal wasn’t just to make products designed to help families connect through technology; we also wanted to be an organization that had giving back at the heart of our DNA. That’s why we made sure that by nurturing your family with our products, you’re helping a family in need, too.   

Since 2014, we have partnered with Children’s Hospital Los Angeles (CHLA) to benefit the hospitals’ Mark Taper-Johnny Mercer Artists Program. By donating one percent of our sales of BellyBuds each year, we are helping increase the number of music therapists in the CHLA’s acclaimed Newborn and Infant Critical Care Unit (NICCU).

This year we wanted to take our support one step further. For the month of March, we are honored to stand with and support CHLA for their Make March Matter campaign. The goal: to raise $1 million to support the programs and services at CHLA that build healthier futures for children.

But, why should you Make March Matter?

If curing childhood cancer matters to you, then you should Make March Matter. CHLA treats more than 111,000 children every year (that’s 1 in 25 families in Los Angeles!), many of them diagnosed with a terminal illness. Not only does CHLA treat kids better, they also donate $3.2 million in charity care each year. That’s enough children to fill a small country, impacted through this amazing organization! 

How can you help?

It’s simple. You can buy a gift that gives back. For the entire month of March, WavHello is offereing $5 off our BellyBuds speakers that safely play music and sound to the womb, and we will donate $5 to Make March Matter for every purchase.  Whether it’s for you, your wife or your newly expecting bestie, when you buy BellyBuds you are also helping another family. That’s our promise.

Simply enter code CHLA16 at checkout by 3/31/16 to apply this discount!

To learn more about Make March Matter, visit makemarchmatter.org. Help spread the word and get others involved by using #MakeMarchMatter on social media! 

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