This post was sponsored by Huggies as part of an Influencer Activation for Influence Central and all opinions expressed in my post are my own.
Year round, I like to show my girls how important it is to give back to others. We like to donate toys and clothes when we can, pack up pantry goods for food drives and donate toiletries to women’s shelters. I like to show that every little bit helps.
Now that the girls have a little brother around, they see first hand how many diapers and baby items he needs daily. They are really realizing even more how essential donating to diaper drives can be. When Liam grew out of size 1 diapers, the first thing Olivia thought about was donating to a local drive. It made my heart smile!
When I’m shopping, I seek out brands and stores that are charitable, especially around the holidays. I am more likely to frequent that brand or store much more year-round when I know they give back to others. This year, Dollar General and Huggies have teamed up to help families in need. For each pack of Huggies Snug & Dry Diapers purchased at Dollar General stores until December 31, Huggies will donate a day’s worth of diapers (up to 500,000) and Dollar General will donate $1 (up to $5,000) to the National Diaper Bank Network! How amazing is that?
We’ve been Huggies shoppers for almost a decade now for all 4 kids and we turn to the Snug & Dry Diapers for Liam. They’re affordable, fit well and he can move and groove without leaks. Now that he’s getting older he needs all the coverage he can get! I stocked up at Dollar General once I found out about the extra charitable incentive!
Have you heard of the Huggies No Baby Unhugged program? Many families suffer from diaper need, which is the struggle to provide enough diapers to keep a baby or toddler clean, dry and healthy. As many as 1-in-3 struggle with this issue according to a recent study. With the help of the National Diaper Bank Network and Huggies No Baby Unhugged program, there is ongoing support to help babies thrive, plus over 200 million diapers and wipes donated. Hearing about programs like this makes me want to do even more to help out families in need.
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How do you give back? Have you heard of the No Baby Unhugged program?