Hilary Duff Helps Families in Need: New mama Hilary Duff was recently on-hand to help with a new charitable platform called Johnson's Baby Cares. This program supports the healthy development of moms and babies while also addressing the basic care needs of families during crisis situations in the form of educational initiatives, product donations and financial assistance.
This also included a partnership with Save the Children where Hilary Duff helped assemble Care Kits' that will be distributed to families in times of natural disasters.
"As a new mom, I am inspired by this worthy cause, which aims to give all moms a chance to not only experience the joy of a healthy baby, but also an opportunity to be together and have moments of normalcy during crisis situations," said Hilary Duff. "I appreciate the opportunity to join JOHNSON'S Baby and Save the Children to offer a helping hand and make a difference."
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You can also show your support by purchasing any Johnson's Baby product between April 15 and June 10, 2012 and redeeming a $0.50 cent coupon at retail stores, in which $0.25 cents will be donated to Save the Children.
Also, check out the JOHNSON'S Baby YouTube page and view the 'Mom You're Doing OK' video where they will donate an additional $50,000 to Save the Children after 500,000 views. You can also visit the JOHNSON'S Baby CARES tabon their Facebook page to make a donation online and learn more about the program.
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