Lilladu Exchange Gives Personal Stylist Approach for Busy Parents to Find Adorable Children's Clothes for Less

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As part of their corporate social responsibility, the new online quality children’s clothing exchange will donate a portion of each clothing box sold to UCPLA to support programs and services for individuals with developmental disabilities in Southern California.

United Cerebral Palsy of Los Angeles, Ventura and Santa Barbara Counties (UCPLA) is delighted to officially announce an alliance with rising online children’s clothing exchange experts Lilladu Exchange. Focusing on ease and affordability in children’s clothing, Lilladu’s personal stylists enable parents to update their children’s wardrobes while passing their “preloved” pieces on to another family.

Founded by four moms – Lindsey, Abbie, Kyla and Sarah – who understand that children grow out of clothing quickly, Lilladu Exchange seeks to help parents declutter and save time on shopping while ensuring that the pieces that no longer fit their children are put to good use by other families in the Lilladu community.

Lilladu Exchange has expanded this focus on community by aligning with UCPLA and other nonprofits across the country for a corporate social responsibility initiative through which Lilladu will donate a portion of the purchase price of each clothing box of 12 preloved pieces. “Lilladu Exchange is extremely proud and excited to form this partnership with such an incredible organization as the United Cerebral Palsy of Los Angeles is. Our company, similar to theirs, is founded in the belief of helping others and we could not be happier to be able to give back in this manner.”

“We are grateful to Lilladu Exchange for their support of the individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities UCPLA serves,” says Ronald S. Cohen, President and CEO of UCPLA. “Much like the Lilladu Exchange community, the UCPLA community is made up of dedicated families who are devoted to working together to create a more inclusive, sustainable society for the next generation.”

With the launch of this alliance, Lilladu Exchange will donate a minimum $2.50 to UCPLA for each box of clothing sold using the code UCPLA10OFF, plus customers will receive 10% off their purchase. For more information or to purchase, customers can visit lilladuexchange.com.

United Cerebral Palsy of Los Angeles, Ventura and Santa Barbara Counties (UCPLA) operates over 40 program sites throughout four counties in Southern California and has extended its mission to serve all people with developmental disabilities. These programs include adult day activity centers, community living support services, group homes and independent living apartments as well as parent support and advocacy groups. UCPLA provides services to over 1,000 children and adults with developmental disabilities daily. For more information on UCPLA visit our website at: http://www.ucpla.org or Facebook page at facebook.com/ucpla.

About Lilladu
Lilladu Exchange is an online secondhand children's clothing exchange that focuses on quality, ease and affordability. Lilladu provides pre-loved, brand-named clothing pieces that are professionally inspected and cleaned to ensure the highest quality. In addition, each package includes a personal stylist who does the shopping for you, sending 12 secondhand clothing pieces, perfect for your child’s needs and wants. Send back 12 of your children's favorite clothing pieces that no longer fit to receive additional savings on the overall purchase. Sizes currently involved in the exchange are 18 months to 5T and each package can be mixed and matched to accommodate different sizes, genders, etc. There is also a Retail Collection option which included the 12 preloved pieces chosen by a personal stylist but without the customer’s exchange of clothing. This is still an incredible option as the prices are still unmatchable and the quality is top notch.To learn more, please visit their website at lilladuexchange.com or their Facebook page at facebook.com/LilladuExchange/.

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