Charities we Support

Here at Quack Quack Moo we hold three charities very close to our hearts and throughout the year we donate a proportion of our sales to each of them. You can even help by donating a small amount at checkout when purchasing your Quack Quack Moo goods. It really does make a difference to so many lives.


The Burgess Autistic Trust has been there for Leanne's family since her eldest son Josh was diagnosed with Autism. The trust is a group of fantastic individuals who are there day and night providing community activities, 24-7 support and courses to help parents and carers.

It's a fantastic support network for anyone affected by Autistic Spectrum Disorder and could not continue the excellent work they do without the help from people like you.

Thank you for purchasing Quack Quack Moo products. Thank you for making a difference to peoples lives affected by Autism.

If you would like to make a one off donation, direct to the trust, please click here...


Asthma UK supports families, children and adults across the UK who have asthma. Asthma is an ailment every household knows but what a lot of us do not realise is that Asthma kills 3 people every day, and every 10 seconds someone has a life threatening attack that could tear a family apart. Asthma UK campaigns to change the research and treatment of Asthma, but to ultimately find a cure.

In March 2013, a family friend lost their beautiful daughter Olivia, aged just 10 and it's torn the family and the community apart.
Lisa & Lee (Olivia's dedicated parents) campaign to raise awareness of how devastating Asthma can be if not diagnosed and treated properly, please click here to see a video of Olivia's story

Thank you for being a Quack Quack Moo customer. Thank you for for making a difference to families affected by Asthma. Thank you for making Olivia's Story a legacy.

If you would like to make a one off donation, direct to the trust, please click here...


Cancer Research and Macmillan, as well as lots of other charities, do fantastic work in raising money to find a cure to beat Cancer. Children with Cancer UK are the leading campaigners who are dedicated to the fight against all childhood cancers, providing donations for research and support for families.

Leanne's family sadly lost 12 year old Julie, after she was diagnosed with Spinal Cancer in 1977 age just 9 years old. The Cancer had sadly spread and Julie lost her battle in 1980. Since then Cancer treatments and research have come on dramatically and we can continue to support the work they do to avoid children like Julie losing their battle.

For just £1 per week you can enter the lottery here to support Children with Cancer UK and be in with a chance to win £10,000. You can also make a one off donation, direct to the charity by clicking here...

Washing & Size Guide

Washing Guide
We recommend washing all of our garments at 40 degree's for environmental reasons, however items can be washed up to 60 degree's should you wish
Wash bright colours separate to light colours and whites. Do not bleach
All items are suitable for tumble drying however always bear in mind line drying where possible
When ironing our items, iron on a medium heat to preserve the fabric quality, alternatively dry flat
Our prints are designed to be easy iron however please test on an inconspicuous area incase your iron is extremely hot

Size Guide
Newborn - Height 56cm and weight 4.5kg/10lb 
0-3 months - Height 62cm and weight 6.5kg/14.5lb 
3-6 months - Height 68cm and weight 8.0kg/17.5lb
6-9 months - Height 74cm and weight 9.0kg/20lb |
9-12 months - Height 80cm
12-18 months - Height 86cm
18 months-2 years - Height 92cm
2-3 years - Height 98cm
3-4 years - Height 104cm