Earlier this week Superdrug relaunched their charity campaign #FeelSuper for its third consecutive year, the campaign is run in partnership with Proctor and Gamble to raise money for Marie Curie. This year the campaign is hoping to raise £500,000 for the Marie Curie charity to help care for those with a terminal illness and their families. Once again the campaign is being promoted by singer and celebrity mum of two Frankie Bridges who is asking UK shoppers to help raise the huge £500,000 campaign target.
Frankie say's "I've seen first-hand the effect money raised through the #FeelSuper campaign has on the lives of those living with terminal illness, their friends and families. I want to thank everyone who has supported us so far and ask them to get behind us once again and get to our goal of £500,000. It's so easy to get involved, simply treat yourself to your everyday purchases such as Oral-B toothpaste or Pantene shampoo and 'Feel Super' knowing that your small purchases are making a big difference."
Getting involved really is so easy, like Frankie says all you have to do is head to your local Superdrug store or online and purchase one (or more) logoed P&G products before the 17th October. Look out for logos on everyday products instore on brands such as Olay, Gillette, Pantene, Oral-B, Venus and Aussie to name just a few, each product purchased equals one donation to the campaign. It really is as simple as buying everyday essentials such as a Pantene shampoo or some Gillette razors to support this campaign and raise money for this worthwhile charity.
The money raised in this #FeelSuper campaign will help Marie Curie care for more terminally ill people day and night, as well as offering expert guidance and support for their friends and families. Marie Curie is the UK's leading terminal illness charity and they rely solely on charitable donations to carry out their amazing work.
Dr Jane Collins, Chief Executive of Marie Curie, says "The #FeelSuper campaign gives people such an easy way to support Marie Curie. Every contribution, no matter how big or small, makes a real difference to people's lives. Our ageing population means more and more people are living with a terminal illness and the money raised from simply purchasing P&G products in Superdrug will help Marie Curie to continue providing vital care and support to people living with a terminal illness and their loved ones."
You can find out more about the #FeelSuper campaign at www.superdrug.com/feelsuper