Sudocrem, the leading treatment for nappy rash in the UK, has just announced that they have made a donation to the NSPCC to the tune of £25,000. Sudocrem are great supporters of ‘All Babies Count’, which is an online campaign aimed at supporting the NSPCC in their work to prevent babies being abused and neglected.
This is how everyone can support ‘All babies count’; either tweet about the campaign or visit Facebook.com/Sudocrem . For every like on the Sudocrem Facebook page they will donate 50p to the campaign, and will donate 25p for every tweet that uses the hashtag #allbabiescount. Leave a comment on the NSPCC Facebook campaign page at NSPCC.org.uk/allbabiescount and a further 50p will be donated by Sudocrem for every comment.
In addition to this support, Sudocrem is also raising funds for the NSPCC by auctioning a jewel encrusted charm bracelet on eBay, designed by world famous jewellery designer Theo Fennell. Created from white gold and 24 rubies, the auction will open in the first week of December.
Ray Stafford CEO of Forest Europe said:
“Sudocrem has been helping to soothe sore skin for almost 80 years. The market leader in the treatment of nappy rash, it’s used by mums, dads and healthcare professionals everywhere. We are proud to support the NSPCC and their work with vulnerable babies and children”.
Svetlana Kirov, NSPCC Head of Corporate Partnerships, said:
“Sudocrem has pledged to donate £25,000 to the NSPCC. We’re urging bloggers to support the All babies count campaign; Sudocrem will make a donation to the NSPCC for every tweet using the #allbabiescount hashtag and for every blogger who ‘likes’ their Facebook page and posts a comment on the NSPCC Facebook Campaign page.”
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