Join Johnson Baby in the fight against Child Poverty
by: Makalah Sizer
Johnson’s Baby has been around for the past 125 years, and its mission has been to provide gentle products for babies in each stage of their lives. Our mission statement states that we believe in “being gentle with our children, and with their dreams and ambitions”, yet not all kids are able to live in this same reality. Which is why we are announcing our new campaign to tackle child poverty.
The Scary Facts About Child Poverty
Our campaign, “One Diaper At A Time”, is to make awareness of the current child poverty issues in the US. The Children’s Defense Fund found in a study done in 2018 that about 1 in 6 children were born into poverty. Of those being born into poverty, 73 percent of children are children of color. Thus, proving that poverty isn’t only a socio-economic issue but a race issue as well. Us at Johnson Baby believes that every child has the right to grow up in a safe, and gentle home. However, this isn’t possible due to the current disparities in the poverty level. It’s up to us as one of the major companies in children’s products to do our part.
Do Your Part and Sign Up Now!
At Johnson’s baby, our plan is to build a campaign that actually causes change. Our campaign is designed to give people countless opportunities to help in the fight against child poverty. On our website, you can choose to sign up to become a volunteer at one of our sites. You can also sign up to get more information about our campaign. The site also has a page dedicated to how you can help!
Our goal for this campaign is to provide to families in need. There are 3 options in which you can donate to help fight child poverty. The first option is to round up and donate when you purchase an item from our site. Next, you can buy one give one to donate to a family in need of supplies. Lastly, you can donate any amount of money feasibly. In choosing to donate you are doing your part in the fight against child poverty.
We hope that you are able and willing, to do what’s necessary to provide resources to these children in need.