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Friday, June 6, 2014

If there's one thing I take pride in as a blogger more than anything else, it's being able to use my blog for good, especially by helping spread the word about good, positives campaigns that save lives, like the Nexcare give Campaign!

So what is the Nexcare give Campaign?

It's a program by Nexcare Bandages, America's Blood Centers and The American Red cross, that helps raise awareness about the vital need for blood donation during the summer months!  2014 is the 6th annual Nexcare give Campaign and it is an annual, nationwide blood donation initiative that encourages Americans to donate blood and bring attention to World Blood Donor Day, which is Saturday June 14. 

New for 2014,  Nexcare is launching free, limited edition give Bandages inspired by 5 artistic movements, including Abstract, Contemporary, Impressionism, Pop Art and Street Art, to celebrate "The Art of Giving."  Visitors to the Nexcare Brand Facebook page, can sign up to receive free, limited-edition bandages, locate community blood centers, share their personal stories and show their support among the community of give supporters!  Blood donation centers across the country will be joining in celebration and distributing give bandages to those who donate blood from Monday, June 9th to Saturday, June 14th! 


This year's Nexcare give campaign will be introduced by give spokesperson, Supermodel Niki Taylor!  If you're a fan of Niki's career like I am, then you may remember her 2001 near-fatal car accident, she credits blood transfusions with saving her life and she has become involved with the American Red Cross and the Nexcare give campaign to help honor World Blood Donor Day and to raise awareness about the importance of blood donation! 

I can't stress enough the importance of blood donation, so help me, help Nexcare get the word out about this year's give campaign!  Share this post with your friends and family, go to Nexcare's Facebook page and sign the pledge to give blood (and score some free bandages in the process) and most importantly...give blood...it could save SO many lives!

Disclosure:  I received samples from the brand (or PR firm representing the brand) in exchange for this post.  All opinions are 100% my own!





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