Philips Consumer lifestyle and Crest Electronics have just announced that it is supporting the Children’s Hospital foundations Australia by donating $5 from every sale of their selected headphones at Big W and Dick Smith stores.

Throughout July Crest and Philips are throwing their support behind the charity by contributing $5 from every sale of its Philips Kids Headphones.

These headphones are designed with parental control locks, which prevent children from listening to dangerously high volume levels.

Philips claims that the products proposition fits perfectly with the company’s ongoing partnership with the CHFA and its pledge to improve the health and lives of children.

The headphones are specifically designed for kids, due to the smaller design and wide range of colours (pink, blue and green).

In a further boost for the charity, Crest Electronics has also pledged that it will donate and additional $500 in the name of the Big W or Dick Smith store that achieves the highest number of sales throughout the promotional period.

Children’s Hospital Foundations Australia is a partnership of five of the major children’s hospital foundations across the country including Royal Children’s Hospital Foundation Queensland, Sydney Children’s Hospital Foundation New South Wales, Royal Children’s Hospital Foundation Victoria, Women’s & Children’s Hospital Foundation South Australia and Princess Margaret Hospital Foundation Western Australia.  Together they are the major, non-government funding bodies for clinical research in the partner hospitals.