Collect our Care Bear badges in store to raise money for Young Lives vs Cancer!
We’re raising money for the charity Young Lives vs Cancer, supporting the great work that they do. The campaign launches in July, where you’ll be able to purchase four different Care Bear badge designs in store. All of the proceeds will be donated to Young Lives vs Cancer!
Young Lives vs Cancer helps children and young people (aged 0-25 years old) as well as their families find the strength to face whatever cancer throws at them. The charity’s social workers offer specialist, empowering support. It’s Homes from Home program, offers families a free place to stay, nearby to the child’s hospital. With grants helping families to navigate the costs of cancer. The charity offers invaluable experience and believes that by facing the challenge together with the families, they can provide the best support.
Julie Millar, Partnership and Philanthropy Manager at Young Lives vs Cancer, revealed a shocking statistic showing how impactful and necessary the work of the charity is, “every day, 12 more children and young people hear the devastating news they have cancer, and each badge sold is going to help us raise vital funds for children and young people with cancer across the UK.”
Julie told of the simple but poignant inspiration behind the campaign, “We know that children and adults alike love Care Bears and these badges are going to put a smile on everyone’s faces. The theme of Care Bears has so much synergy with us as a charity and truly represents what we do. A huge thank you to everyone at One Stop, it’s been great working together with them on the campaign.”
The campaign launches into stores this July, so when you visit your local One Stop Store throughout the month, you’ll be able support this remarkable cause. You can do this by purchasing the Care Bear badges available at the tills in-store. There are 4 different designs, so buy one or all four of the wonderful badges in the set and help us raise funds for Young Lives vs Cancer.
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