Huggies Wipes Out #DiaperNeed Twitter Party

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Many families in America struggle with diaper need and face difficult choices to provide for their baby. Earlier in the year, President Obama urged companies to help the 1-in-3 families unable to provide fresh, clean diapers for their baby. As the founding member of the National Diaper Bank Network (NDBN), Huggies met that call in March by donating 22 million diapers to families in need, and extended its long-standing commitment ahead of Father’s Day with a matching donation of 22 million free Huggies Wipes.

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Resourceful Mommy and Huggies invite all parents to contribute to the cause by participating in the Huggies Wipes Out #DiaperNeed Twitter Party (details below) and by donating Huggies Reward points to babies in need at Huggies.com/Rewards.

On Thursday June 23, please join @Huggies, special guest @citydadsgroup, and representatives from @Health4Mom and @diapernetwork in a conversation to learn more about diaper need, how to get involved and the ways Huggies wipes helps maintain a baby’s naturally perfect skin.

Huggies Wipes Out #DiaperNeed Twitter Party 

When:  Thursday, June 23rd from 8:00 to 9:00 p.m. ET

Hashtag:  #DiaperNeed

How:  Follow host @ResourcefulMom and sponsor @Huggies, special guest @CityDadsGroup, experts @Health4Mom and @diapernetwork and use the event hashtag in order to participate.

Prizes:Huggies Natural Care Wipes Winnie Tub 1

Six (6) winners will receive a $100 Target gift card

One (1) Grand Prize winner will receive a Huggies Little Snugglers Diapers & Wipes Bundle– Newborn, plus a $200 Target gift card. Huggies will also be donating a month’s supply of diapers and wipes in the grand prize winner’s name to the NDBN.

This giveaway is open to US residents, age 18 and older. See official rules here.

RSVP:

Planning on joining us?  Let us know here by adding your Twitter URL (http://twitter.com/username).  An RSVP is not required to participate or to be entered to win.

Written by: Shannan Powell

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