Baby Fair was established with the aim to create more than just another ecommerce business. In fact, we use the word ‘business’ lightly, as we differ from other companies significantly.

Baby Fair is not set out to exploit every penny for personal gain. We recognize the journey we have embarked on, and that there are many less fortunate babies and kids out there, who lack a lot of what many of us take for granted.

With that in mind, our profits are distributed to various charities around the world starting with our homeland Britain, to help the less fortunate children and babies and those who are most in need. Children are angels and deserve a fair chance in the world.

We are constantly adding new charities and invite new opportunities to partner with those who are committed to the same core values as Babyfair. Each charity will get a percentage of our annual profits.

Baby Fair is much more than just a business. Our CEO has developed a successful reputation in the commercial field, and we felt it is our duty to create this platform to make the world a better place. Join us on the journey.


“After a lot of thought, I have come to the decision that Baby Fair’s profits go to the less fortunate children around the world.

Baby Fair is a baby and children's brand; hence, it is only right for the profits to go to the less fortunate babies and children around the world. The profits will be distributed to all charities including to those individuals with illnesses who are struggling with health-related expenses.

All charities are urged to sign up with Baby Fair so they can benefit and take a percentage of the annual profits.

I generate profit from other businesses and I want Baby Fair to be the platform which provides a stepping stone to the younger generation of the world.

Children are angels and deserve the best possible chance in this world to do something great. This company is very personal to me and something that is very close to my heart. The children of this world deserve more and deserve better, especially those who are less fortunate”.