As many should know by now, I’m pretty big on helping raise awareness for worthy campaigns that’s why I’m taking a minute to share this with everyone and anyone!
The NSPCC is a charity who campaign for UK children, ensuring they can help children who are subjected to cases of neglect, mistreatment and abuse . Without this fantastic charity the UK would likely be a much darker place, with high numbers of children not being protected as they should be. Everyone deserves a full and happy life, where they can live without fear of another and children are amongst the most vulnerable groups of people subjected to such crawl and evil ways.
One of the NSPCC latest campaigns launched, is the All Babies Count campaign which aims to reduce the number of cases of neglect, mistreatment and abuse inflicted upon children under the age of one! The NSPCC have stated that “One baby is killed every two weeks here in the UK” The NSPCC is working hard to end this shocking statistic.
Stepping in to support the charities campaign is the well-known baby brand Sudocrem who have pledged to donate a total of £25,000.
However, Sudocrem need our help to reach this target!
No… Sudocrem are not asking you to donate any money, they understand that despite how passionate many of us are to support such worthy courses we just can’t afford to give because we simply do not have the additional resources, what with many of us donating through direct debit to an array of charities on a monthly basis. All Sudocrem are asking for is a simple like and a tweet!
Let me explain: For every “Like” Sudocrem receive on their Facebook page they will donate 50p to the campaign and for every tweet/Re-Tweet using the#allbabiescount hashtag they will donate 25p to the charity!
You can visit the NSPCC website and use the tweet button which kindly asks that your follows give your tweet a RT and Sudocrem will therefore donate 25p to the charities campaign.
A few minutes if that, is what such a task would take! If you want to go that extra mile why not spread the word and get your friends and family to do the same, after all it could make the difference of life and death to a baby!
Like the Sudocrem facebook by clicking HERE
For the NSPCC Facebook Campaign page click Here
If you’re worried about a child then please visit the NSPCC website for advice. Please Click Here
For the Sudocrem website please Click Here
For the Sudocrem blog please visit: http://www.sudocrem.co.uk/blog/
Thank you to Blog Match for helping bring awareness to the campaign by sharing it with us Blog Match members
- Charity warns of babies at risk (bbc.co.uk)
- 20 years of babies’ rights (slideshare.net)
- Babies are 12 times more likely to be killed than older children – Scotsman (scotsman.com)
- Newborns at risk in families beset by abuse and mental distress, says NSPCC (alisonsgypt.wordpress.com)
- SudoCrem – Baby Bum cream turned pimple cure (completedisbelief.com)