Procter and Gamble
The March of Dimes is proud to have support from two Procter & Gamble brands, Crest + Oral B and Pampers.
Crest + Oral-B have committed to helping women who are pregnant or considering becoming pregnant make an intentional, positive and sustained change in their oral health. Using Crest Pro-Health toothpaste and mouthwash, which have ingredients that fight gingivitis, in combination with routine professional dental care can help mom have better oral health during pregnancy.
Crest + Oral-B are supporting various initiatives such as prenatal oral health education, Grand Rounds and employee engagement activities with the Oral Health divisions in Mason, OH, Iowa City, IA, and Greensboro, NC.
Together, we can help make “HEALTHY first smiles”. To learn more visit Pregnancy Oral Health.
Pampers has partnered with Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) nurses to design and introduce the smallest, gentlest new Pampers Preemie Swaddlers Size P-3 diaper for babies born in the second trimester and weighing as little as 1 pound (500 grams). To underscore the importance of this development, Pampers has joined forces with March of Dimes, the only national organization dedicated to finding the causes of preterm birth.
Positive touch is essential for all babies, but even more so for the health and development of premature babies. That is why together, under the Pampers Touches of Love campaign this fall, we will celebrate all babies, especially those in the NICU, and those who care for them.
Beginning October 20 through World Prematurity Day (November 17), we are inviting everyone to share pictures of your baby’s #touchesoflove moments with @Pampers on Twitter & Facebook and @PampersUS on Instagram.
From a gentle, loving touch (a hand hold or kiss on the forehead) between your baby and loved ones and nurses, to wrapping your baby in that blanket knitted just for them, we want to see all the ways you shower babies with #touchesoflove.
For every post, using #touchesoflove, Pampers will make a $1 donation to the March of Dimes.**Up to a maximum of $5,000. In addition, Pampers has made a donation of $100,000 in support of the Touches of Love campaign.
The March of Dimes does not endorse specific brands or products.