In the third year of their partnership, Pampers has created fundraising packs to help support children’s charity UNICEF in its campaign to protect mothers and babies around the world against maternal and newborn tetanus.
This year Pampers’ campaign will go one step further and support UNICEF in its work to help countries achieve the goal of eliminating maternal and newborn tetanus by 2012. To achieve this the campaign involves a regional fundraising drive to encourage people to host events all across the UK like bring and buy sales, fun runs or coffee mornings, with proceeds going towards tetanus vaccines.
The company is offering a free fundraising pack with ideas for and advice on these fundraising activities to help people take part.
Supporters are also encouraged to upload a video of themselves singing ‘happy birthday’ to the Pampers campaign website.
During November and December, sales of special packs of Pampers nappies will raise funds for UNICEF with the company’s "1 pack = 1 vaccine" campaign.
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