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Save Children With These Stylish Waterless Bottles

You buy the bottle, children gets the water!
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UPDATE –This campaign is now closed. If you wish to donate or become a fundraiser please visit the Save The Children website.

You must agree with me that children are the most important thing in the world. Without children, there would be no future. So, I’m now raising money to save children in developing countries through the Good Goods fundraising campaign ‘Waterless Bottles’.

Save Children With Good Goods

How do you save children?

Simply put, you buy a ‘Waterless Bottle’ and children gets the water.

If you don’t want to buy a bottle, you can just make a small donation. Even £1 will help. Can you spare £1?

Waterless Bottles

There are 6 stylish designs to choose from. When you buy a bottle, 100% of the profits go to the ‘Save The Children Campaign’ by Good Goods.

I understand that we all need help too. We all need money, and not all of us can spare £1 to save children. If this is the case, instead of buying a bottle or making a donation, you can share this blog post. By sharing this post, you are helping me to reach more people, and for that, I’ll be forever grateful.

How do you help by buying a bottle?

Children shouldn’t just survive, but thrive.

In 2017, the project Save the Children helped 13 million children. 

When you buy a bottle you become part of the project.

One last thing before you read my other awesome blog posts. If you’re interested in work with me on projects like this, contact me. I’d be thrilled to have your back.

Save Children Now

I was born in Portugal, but now I live in the UK. I'm a father of two boys, a business student and I suffer from Alopecia Areata. I express myself through blogging, and I love it.

2 Comments

    • They’re doing an amazing job helping children around the world. If you don’t buy one, could you spare £1 and donate on my online shop? Also, thanks for stopping by.

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