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Supporting Save the Children® Just Got Easier

This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Johnson & Johnson and Latina Bloggers Connect. The opinions and text are all mine.

If you follow along, you know that nothing fills my heart more than giving back. That’s why I continuously share various ways you can easily give back, that fit nicely into your lifestyle and budget.  This year’s no different.  After all the spending frenzy of Black Friday and Cyber Monday, comes Giving Tuesday – a day to celebrate generosity and give to your favorite charity and/or cause.  And this year JOHNSON’S® has made it easier.  Anytime you donate a photo and select Save the Children® as the beneficiary, using the Donate a Photo app, JOHNSON’S® will triple its donation in support of their early childhood education programs through the Holiday Season.  Yes, if you have time to share a photo on social media, then you have everything you need to give back and make a difference.  How cool is that?

Supporting Save the Children - yoursassyself.com

Why early childhood education?  Because every day millions of babies miss opportunities critical to growth and development due to poverty, lack of early stimulation, poor health/nutrition, and lack of early education.  This often leads children from low-income families to be 18 months developmentally behind their peers and ups their risk of falling so far behind that they can never catch up.  Through its programs however, Save the Children® provides support to 300,000 U.S children in need, and JOHNSON’S® shares in this mission to make a positive impact on baby’s cognitive, social, and emotional development.  In fact, in collaboration with JOHNSON’S® scientists, Save the Children® educational experts are utilizing their input and advice to create a holistic approach, integrating health and science, to create an evidence-based toolkit that can be adaptable to local settings and help support the happy, healthy development of babies.  See for yourself and hear more about Save the Children’s early childhood development programs and the families who are benefitting from them. 

As you can see, JOHNSON’S® and Save the Children® are mutually committed to igniting a social movement and bringing awareness to the importance of early childhood development (ECD) programs. And you and your family can join in and show how you stand up for children who need access to critical education programs, by sharing this video, which showcases the stories of families whose lives were changed forever when their children were given an equal start in life.  Then head over to the Donate a Photo app, select Save the Children® like we did, donate a photo, and JOHNSON’S® will triple its donation in support of early childhood education programs.

Super easy right? I told you it would be and it’s definitely a great way to kick off this year’s #GivingTuesday don’t you think?

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What are your favorite ways of giving back and/or supporting early childhood development?

This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Johnson & Johnson and Latina Bloggers Connect. The opinions and text are all mine.Comments submitted may be displayed on other websites owned by the sponsoring brand.

Rocio Chavez
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Rocio Chavez

Digital Content Creator & Multimedia Designer at Your Sassy Self
I'm a Mexican-American, Sassy, Bilingual, Professional Woman with a passion for life long learning, sharing, and living my best life. I'm the founder and digital content creator for Your Sassy Self and work full time as a Multimedia Designer. Let's connect and see how we can change the world...or at least change our perspective of it. 😉
Rocio Chavez
Lets Connect

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I'm a Mexican-American, Sassy, Bilingual, Professional Woman with a passion for life long learning, sharing, and living my best life. I'm the founder and digital content creator for Your Sassy Self and work full time as a Multimedia Designer. Let's connect and see how we can change the world...or at least change our perspective of it. ;)

(12) Comments

  1. This is such an important cause and I’m glad to see Johnson & Johnson supporting it. Thank you for sharing this info!

    1. Totally Ari and so am I. Big companies can do so much good and happy they are 😀

  2. I had no clue about giving Tuesday! Now I am sorry that I missed it but I had planned on giving this season anyways. What a good campaign J&J created!

    1. I know right Christine and Giving Tuesday is just a reminder. We can give anytime. Even a simple smile can do wonders 😉 Happy giving!

  3. Giving Tuesday should be giving every week. All children deserve a great start in life and its so good what these organisations are doing towards that cause.

    1. Isn’t it! And I totally agree Julie, we should always find a way to give back everyday, which is why I always suggest that we at least make it a practice to give back a smile, a compliment, or a hug to those we love or to complete strangers. It does so much to change and cost so little 😉

  4. This cause gets such a boost when you see the name of Johnson and Johnson along with it. We all should make an effort to give back too.

    1. I agree Priya, thanks so much!

  5. This is such a great cause and I really liked this post. I hadn’t heard of giving Tuesday before. Great to see Johnson and Johnson supporting this!

    1. Thanks Jonathan, I agree and happy to introduce you to Giving Tuesday 😉 Have a great one!

  6. Love reading about new ways to give back. I’ve had my qualms with J&J in the past regarding some of their products, but great to see them participating in the good cause. Thanks for sharing!

    1. Right Jennifer, any way we can give back makes a difference and glad to hear you think this put J&J in a better light 😉

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