All Babies Count – A Campaign by the NSPCC #allbabiescount

At this time of year, we are all unashamedly spoiling our children – and I’m certainly no different. But this Christmas, you can help the NSPCC with their work to help prevent abuse and neglect of babies AT ABSOLUTELY NO COST TO YOU.

Sudocrem – that old favourite nappy cream – is sponsoring the ‘All Babies Count’ campaign and has pledged to donate £25,000 to the NSPCC. All they are asking you to do is ‘Like’ their Facebook page and tweet using the hashtag #allbabiescount on Twitter. For every ‘Like’ they will donate 50p and for every tweet, 25p – and all it takes is less than a minute of your time!

I know we’re all busy at this time of year, but while you’re finalising your Tesco order, or sorting those last few Christmas Presents online, why not just take a moment to help someone else’s children this year? This is my very small way to try and help this campaign, but think of it this way – I have about 100 Facebook friends. If each of them ‘Liked’ the Sudocrem page, then that’s £50 (unless my maths is crap, yet again) and that could be a really big deal to a child this year.

Thanks for letting me preach to you – here’s hoping you all have a very Merry Christmas and a wonderful New Year.

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2 Responses to All Babies Count – A Campaign by the NSPCC #allbabiescount

  1. Cath says:

    What a fantastic idea, I’m on it!

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