Ever since the pandemic started, I’ve only gone to the grocery twice. Looking back, I’m not sure how I managed to survive the months-long quarantine living on my own, but I’ve relied on produce stands in the village, food delivery, and online sellers to sustain myself. For everything else, there’s online shopping.
On July 1, you can replenish your home essentials as Unilever will be partnering with Lazada for the Shop2Give Hope sale. Beloved household brands such as Cream Silk, Dove, Closeup, Breeze, and Knorr will be offering special one-day only discounts up to 70% off!
What makes this campaign exciting is that it supports UNICEF Philippines’ education-related programs to enable 800,000 students get back to learning. That means your online shopping habits can secure a child’s future.
Here are the exclusive deals you can enjoy on the Shop2Give Hope sale:
- All-day discount and offers, up to 70% off on Unilever products
- Up to P125 off shipping fees, with a minimum purchase of P1,000
- Limited edition Shop2Give Hope bundles
- A chance to win vouchers worth P200 and other exciting prizes
Aside from these one-time-only offers, Unilever and Lazada want to give their shoppers a chance to also upgrade their own work-from-home or learn-from-home set-up. By liking and sharing the Shop2Give Hope post from Lazada’s Facebook page, you can get a chance to be one of five winners of Learn-from-Home packages, consisting of a Lenovo laptop, a Sennheiser headset with mic, a study table, and a Herman Miller ergonomic chair plus a year’s supply of Unilever products, all worth P100,000.
Add your favorite products to your cart as early as today and be treated to a special all-day livestream featuring the country’s biggest names, including AC Bonifacio, Kobe Paras, Luis Manzano, Ylona Garcia, Julie Anne San Jose, Alex Gonzaga, and Heart Evangelista, and many more on the Lazada Live platform on July 1. The livestream will showcase not only special interviews and performances, but also exclusive giveaways.
I recommend shopping on July 1 because you get to stock up on essentials while staying at home, and helping secure the future of young Filipinos. The COVID-19 crisis has presented unprecedented challenges for the entire world, with countless establishments such as schools halting operations in an effort to contain the spread of the virus. According to data gathered by UNICEF, more than 180 countries have imposed nationwide closures on educational institutions, affecting not only the teachers and staff, but also more than 1.5 billion children and youth. In the Philippines, it is estimated that 28 million children in total are impacted by the current crisis.
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