Friday, 17 February 2012
Help raise £25,000 for the NSPCC
This is really quite an easy one, and it just requires a few clicks, doesn't cost you a single penny but could help children a lot less fortunate than mine or yours.
Sudocrem’s pledge to help raise money in support of the NSPCC's 'All Babies Count' campaign finishes on the 29th February 2012. They are now hoping to achieve one final flourish of support to hit their donation target of £25,000.
For every 'Like' on the Sudocrem Facebook page www.facebook.com/sudocrem
Sudocrem will donate 50p to the NSPCC.
Sudocrem have pledged to donate £25,000 in total to the NSPCC's 'All Babies Count' campaign which supports work to prevent the abuse and neglect of babies.
Its only 50.000 people, and considering Facebook has millions of people surely it should not be difficult? but so far there are less than 13.000 likes - so come on spread the word and help them out! Please help by sharing this on your blog, social networks and telling your friends and family.
Sudocrem is the nation’s favourite nappy rash cream. Sudocrem Antiseptic Healing Cream was created almost 80 years ago and has been used by millions of mums, dads and healthcare professionals ever since to treat the sore skin caused by nappy rash.
Sudocrem is clinically proven to help by soothing, healing and protecting your baby’s delicate skin. Browse our site to find out more.
Did you know that Sudocrem is not just a nappy rash cream? It can also be used to treat cuts and grazes, sunburn, minor burns, acne and bedsores. It’s a very useful pot to have around!
This is not a sponsored post but is done in conjunction with Blog match