Mud Pie Donates $100K to March of Dimes

STONE MOUNTAIN, GA—Mud Pie presented a check of $100,000 to the March of Dimes. The company partnered with the organization to help raise funds for its imbornto campaign through the sale of Mud Pie baby socks.

The partnership has been so well received that beginning in April, the company will launch a new campaign for 2014-Happy and Healthy, from Head to Toe-adding soft headbands to the program. In addition, Mud Pie will increase the minimum donation to $112,500 for the socks and soft headbands sold from April 1-December 31, 2014.

Furthermore, Mud Pie associates participated in the Atlanta March for Babies and donated 100 percent of the proceeds from their annual charity warehouse sale to the March of Dimes.

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