Children’s Once Upon a Care: Spread the Word

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I received this email, and I want to share it with you, and I hope you will share it with others!

Please watch the video. At its conclusion, you will be able to download a digital copy of the “Once Upon a Care” book, and for each digital download, Johnson & Johnson will donate a hardcopy of the book to school libraries. “Once Upon a Care” is the latest iteration of a larger campaign that is demonstrating the power of caring via video and digital channels.

For more information, please visit: Once Upon a Care.

Here is the email:

I’d like to share with you an inspiring campaign revolving about CARE that I think you and your readers will enjoy.  Take a look at the video and further details provided below and let me know if you can share that poignant on your blog.
What does it take for parents to raise a caring child?  How can parents inspire their children to care?
A recent Johnson & Johnson survey shows that parents have a tremendous impact when it comes to instilling caring values in their children. These insights led to a social exercise conducted by the brand to see the power of care through the eyes of children, and is revealing the results with a new online video titled “Once Upon a Care.”  Working with renowned children’s book author Patricia Lakin, Johnson & Johnson visited a New York City elementary school to talk to children about their views on caring. Lakin then worked with illustrators to transform the children’s stories into books, which the children read to their parents, providing a unique glimpse into how a parent’s actions can positively impact how their children see the world and engage in acts of care.

Johnson & Johnson is hoping to inspire others to perform more acts of care. Consumers who watch the video can download a digital copy of the “Once Upon a Care” book, and for each digital download, Johnson & Johnson will donate a hardcopy of the book to school libraries. “Once Upon a Care” is the latest iteration of a larger campaign that is demonstrating the power of caring via video and digital channels.

Let me know if you can help me spread the word about this wonderful program!
Best,
Reese Ramos

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