10% of our profits go to Operation Smile Australia

Our Mission - #bebetteratbuying


Welcome to Raven Krow.

Where your dreams are not the only dreams made sweeter with your purchase. Our mission is to donate 10% of all profits of our products to charity. With every new collection release a new deserving charity will be chosen. Our 100% French Linen Sheets are designed with comfort and sustainability in mind. With a wide range of set styles available we will have something for everyone. Our Prints will inspire and brighten every home and we are introducing new products soon! Every time you sleep on your linen or admire your art, stop and realise that you have done something more than just purchasing amazing goods. You have given back to the world. And the world thanks you. x

10% of all purchases of our first range 'The Parcs Collection' will be donated to Operation Smile Australia. 

Operation Smile Australia is a medical charity that provides free surgeries for children and young adults in developing countries who are born with cleft lip, cleft palate or other facial deformities. My son Parcs was born with a cleft lip in Australia. We received the best medical care from the moment we found out there was a problem, in utero. As a parent I can't even imagine the pain and heartache of not receiving any care or information when your child is born with a facial deformity, let alone the torment of children who have to suffer for sometimes their whole childhood without adequate medical attention. 

Every 3 minutes a child is born somewhere in the world with a cleft lip or palate and only 7% of children living with unrepaired cleft conditions survive to reach late adolescence (ages 15-19)** 

In 2018 Operation Smile completed 27 mission in 13 countries. Repairing 2672 smiles. Help be a part of something amazing. Buy The Parcs Collection now!

 

*PETERSON-FALZONE SJ, HARDIN-JONES MA, KARNELL MP. CLEFT PALATE SPEEACH. 3RD ED. ST. LOUIS, MO:MOSBY;2001

*MOSSEY PA, MODELL B. EPIDEMOLOGY OF ORAL CLEFTS 2012: ANINTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVE. FRONTIERS OF ORAL BIOLOGY. 2012;16:1-18.