Jenna Dewan-Tatum Partners With Bravado and Donates to Jessica Seinfeld’s Charity

Celebrity Moms Giving BackJenna Dewan-Tatum, actress and wife to some guy named Channing, is going to have a baby. Like most new moms to be she dove into the research and planning stage of motherhood trying to figure out what equipment and gear she and her husband will need once their baby has arrived.

While researching Jenna was introduced to Bravado! Designs, a nursing bra company that has products that are worn and loved by moms worldwide. This research led to a partnership. That partnership led to Jenna Dewan-Tatum donating $214,000 worth of Bravado! nursing bras to Baby Buggy, Jessica Seinfeld’s nonprofit.

About her donation Jenna says, “I am lucky to have the essential gear, not to mention the support of my husband, family and friends as I begin my motherhood and breastfeeding journey, I realize not all new moms are as fortunate. Without proper resources, tools and the support of a strong community, breastfeeding and the whole of parenting an infant can seem impossible to many women. It is a privilege to make this donation and help new mothers on their way.”

Baby Buggy, founded by Jessica Seinfeld in 2001, is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing families in need with essential equipment, products, clothing, and services for their infants and children up to age 12.

“Baby Buggy is extremely thankful to Jenna and Bravado! Designs for this generous donation,” Seinfeld said. “The bras will help provide the mothers we serve with a comfortable nursing experience.”

What we love about this is the chain of celebrity moms involved in this donation. Bravado! has a fantastic history of community involvement and it is always wonderful to see celebrity moms helping to spotlight these great causes.

Image Credit: Pacific Coast News & PR Photos

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