News and events News 'Mommy's Tiny Helper' donates $5 from every sale in August to PBI In partnership with the Perth Blood Institute, 'Mommy's Tiny Helper' kindly donated $5 from every sale in August to raise funds for vital research. Mommy's Tiny Helper™ is the world's first patented ride-on toy fitted with a removable sweeping mechanism that collects household dirt and debris - perfect for parents to keep their house clean whilst their kids have fun! Samantha, a 34-year-old Perth mum, is the driver behind this amazing product and kindly donated $5 from every sale in August to PBI. In 2016, Samantha was diagnosed with TTP (Thrombotic Thrombocytopenic Purpura), an extremely rare blood disorder occurring in about three people per one million. Understanding how rare this condition introduced Samantha to the importance of research. As there are limited cases of TTP (especially in Western Australia), Samantha contributed to PBI’s research division by donating her blood to the bio bank study. Samantha continues to raise awareness through Facebook and her fundraising activities for TTP research. ORDER NOW for only $49.99 (RRP $99.99) and help us make a difference to people's lives; just like Samantha's.