Super Mums raise £1700 for the Dream Centre Appeal in first 57 days of online store

Laura and Zoe - mums to Chailey Heritage School pupils William and Wilson have recently launched The DRM Project - a brand new online store selling t-shirts and sweaters to raise funds for The D.R.E.A.M. Centre Appeal

The store has raised an impressive £1700 in its first 57 days!

Self-confessed 'social media addicts' Laura and Zoe said "A lot of our friends also have disabled children and behind closed doors we have always referred to our group as the SuperMums, but we noticed that lots of other groups of friends did the same, whether their children were disabled or not.  So we though this word might resonate with people and be something all Mums would be proud to wear.

We realised that most of us would think nothing of spending £30 on a top on the high street, so we hope that by donating 100% of the profits to charity people will fall in love with the concept as well as our simple designs."

Please take a look at their website HERE where you can order a range of items for delivery straight to your door. 

Once you have received your purchase they would love to see a selfie on social media to encourage others to buy their products so please follow them and tag them on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter @thedrmproject and use #drmtees or email the selfies to


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