Shop to give: Online shopping to help kids in need

Unilever Philippines

Posted at Oct 16 2018 04:03 PM | Updated as of Oct 17 2018 11:41 AM

Two leading companies have now come together to allow shoppers to easily contribute to a charitable cause by purchasing their items for everyday needs.

Consumer goods giant, Unilever Philippines, is partnering with e-commerce leader, Lazada Philippines, to launch Shop2Give, a 24-hour shopping event for the benefit of UNICEF, a United Nations arm for children.

When the clock strikes 12 at midnight on October 17, LazMall Superbrand Day with Unilever on Lazada will commence for the next 24 hours, with the site featuring hand-drawn interpretations of the Unilever brands' products in support of children.

Throughout this period, participating Unilever brands will offer up to 80% off on its products. 

Other promos include exclusive bundles with a limited edition Shop2Give tote bag, and 'Buy one, give one deals' allowing shoppers to save big and give big for the benefit of UNICEF. 

Shoppers can also get better deals by using the promo code SHOP2GIVE, or collect vouchers to accumulate more discounts upon checkout. 

Every purchase made will lead to a donation for the UNICEF children.

Giving proceeds for the benefit of UNICEF children can go a long way in saving and improving children's lives. UNICEF works across 190 countries and territories, including the Philippines. It has provided relief and recovery support for children and families affected by disasters and armed conflict. 

UNICEF has also helped pass laws that protect and promote children's rights in the last 70 years. Among the laws it has advocated for are the Milk Code, Childhood Care and Development Act, and the Juvenile Justice and Welfare Act.

Have a heart for kids and their welfare? Add to cart now at lzd.co/shop2givePH. A simple act of online shopping on October 17 can go a long way. 

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