21 Nov Dubble Trubble supporting P.C.A through cause marketing
Dubble Trubble is a natural hair care and body wash collection created for kids by UK celebrity hair colourist Daniel Galvin Jr. The products landed in Woolworths stores across Australia this month with Daniel generously donating a portion of proceeds from Dubble Trubble sales to supporting the charitable work of The Prince’s Charities Australia
Creator Daniel Galvin Jr, had a dual purpose for creating the brand. First, as a means of helping disadvantaged youth, and secondly, as a response to the growing demand for a natural and organic children’s hair care and body range without the price tag.
Launched in the UK in 2012, Dubble Trubble is free from any parabens, SLS, mineral oils or animal ingredients and the collection to date has raised £50,000 for The Prince’s Trust in the UK.
“I’ve always been a big believer in using great products for your body and hair,free from any nasty chemicals. Dubble Trubble is a natural extension of my adult hair care line, created specifically for kids and to support the charitable work of His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales,” said Daniel.
“I’ve been working with His Royal Highness for the past 16 years, and his charitable work is something I really admire.”
“As with The Prince’s Trust in the UK, I am delighted to be able to support the work of The Prince’s Charities in Australia. Their work supporting local Australian communities changes many lives, and I am honoured to have the opportunity to raise money for the great work they do,” said Daniel.
“The response to Dubble Trubble in the UK and the US has been overwhelming, and the fact that we can raise money to better the future of others is an absolute bonus.”
Chief Executive of The Prince’s Charities Australia, Janine Kirk AM, is grateful for Daniel’s contribution to the organisation.
“Daniel has been a long-time friend of The Prince’s Charities in the UK, and we are delighted to see Daniel share his passion with Australia whilst being able to assist our organisation to deliver impactful projects for Australian communities,” said Janine.
The range is available now across Australia exclusively in 600 Woolworths stores.