USB2U are Pleased to Announce a Partnership with Remember My Baby

USB2U are Pleased to Announce a Partnership with Remember My Baby

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Here at USB2U HQ, we are pleased to be able to announce a partnership with the wonderful organisation Remember My Baby.

This year we won’t be exhibiting at The Photography Show but we wanted to support the industry in some way that we can during our absence.

The costs saved from exhibiting at the show will not only be passed straight onto our customers who can order their USB sticks for a heavily discounted rate during this time, but they will also go towards helping a very worthy cause.

During the 2020 Photography Show days (14th – 17th March), USB2U will be donating £5 from every order placed either online or via phone/email to a much loved UK based baby remembrance photography charity.

Remember My Baby is a cause very close to our hearts, whose kind volunteers enable parents experiencing the loss of their baby before, during or shortly after birth to have images of their baby or babies to treasure forever.

£5 from each order placed with USB2U during The Photography Show 2020 will be donated straight to RMB, which funds one family to be gifted with a USB stick pre-loaded with the images taken by a volunteer professional photographer, with full rights to share and print from the USB for personal use.

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Natalie Sharpe, Head of Sales at USB2U says ‘The work carried out by Remember My Baby volunteers is invaluable to those going through the most unimaginable grief, and the images captured by the kind-hearted photographers will be treasured forever. Funding a USB stick for each family to receive their images on felt like the right thing for us to do to support the photography industry, and I’m so pleased we are able to offer this.

USB2U are due to launch their Photography Show offer for orders placed next Friday 13th March and more details are to follow.

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