- The Washington Times - Sunday, June 14, 2009

Looking for that special tie for dad on Father’s Day? Save the Children, a global humanitarian aid organization, is offering a fresh, contemporary look and feel for its long-standing tie program featuring original children’s artwork.

For years, the agency has benefited from the sales of ties to support its U.S. and international programs for children. VIPs who have worn Save the Children ties include former Presidents Bill Clinton and George H.W. Bush as well as celebrities such as “Mad Men” star Jon Hamm during his recent guest appearance on the NBC prime-time television show “30 Rock.”

Randa Accessories and Save the Children have partnered for 10 years on the exclusive tie program.

In addition, Randa Accessories, in partnership with the agency, has produced a new tie collection that blends current fashion trends with designs indigenous to regions where Save the Children works, including Africa, Asia, Indonesia, Latin America and the Middle East. The new World line of ties, along with the classic collection featuring children’s artwork, is available at https://shop.savethechildren.org/savechild/.

Mike Kiernan is senior director of communications at Save the Children.

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