If you are like me, then you spend lots of time on Facebook. So, what if I told you about a great program which you could use on Facebook to help raise money and awareness for an important cause for many girls? By liking the OB Mighty Small Facebook Page and then using their Share It Forward program app, you can help raise money for Huru International! Here is more about the Share It Forward program.
The o.b.® Share It Forward program is a Facebook application through which women can help raise money for Huru® International simply by sharing a message with their network of friends about Huru® International’s mission, and helping shed light on an issue that impacts many woman globally.
In order to participate, all you need to do is “like” the O.B. Mighty Small Facebook page (linked above). Then, you click on the O.B. Outreach tab (if it doesn’t automatically come up) under their profile picture and follow the directions on the page to share the program with your friends on Facebook. The O.B. Brand will donate $1 for every person who shares about the program. O.B. has committed to giving a minimum donation of $10,000 to Huru International. However, they are willing to give up to $25,000, if enough people participate in the campaign. That would mean 1,000 kits would be donated to those in need. Additionally, here is some more information about Huru International…
For millions of girls, sanitary protection is a luxury item. The lack of affordable sanitary protection can have devastating lifelong consequences for adolescent girls in developing countries. Since its inception in 2008, Huru® International has developed a cost-effective solution to this often-overlooked crisis. Through the production of Huru® Kits, the organization aims to provide girls with the resources and knowledge they need, including sanitary protection, to complete their education and safeguard their health.
Isn’t Huru International a great cause to support? I mean by helping them get more money, they can give more sanitary supplies to girls as well as information on HIV/AIDS. I think that’s something we should all be able to support.
So, what are you waiting for? Go “like” their page and share this info to help young at-risk girls. Sorry, lovely readers in Alabama, Maine, Massachusetts, and South Carolina because y’all can’t participate in this program (I have no idea why).
I wrote this review while participating in a campaign by Mom Central Consulting on behalf of o.b. and received a promotional item to thank me for taking the time to participate.