They say that being a parent means having an extension of your heart outside of yourself. This is so true. Aside from all your other roles and responsibilities, you as a parent worry about your child’s diet, skin care, physical health, social and mental development and everything else you can think of.
With so many other things to be concerned about, it helps to be knowledgeable on the everyday dangers that your child may be exposed to, and how to protect them. Educating yourself can help you make informed choices for the benefit of your little one. After all, knowledge is power and ignorance is not an excuse!
If you’re a momma or a dada who would like to be more knowledgeable when it comes to these matters then you might want to attend the “Safety Zone”, a community charity event brought to you by Babyland Baby Stores and Halo SleepSack Philippines. In celebration of Baby Safety Month this coming September, “Safety Zone” brings together all the trusted brands that help safeguard your child. This charity event aims to educate guests on what every parent must know to keep your child safe, while raising funds in support of Children’s Hour.
Expect an afternoon filled with “aha” moments as experts talk about the latest recommendations on baby proofing, safe sleeping, feeding safety, bath and skin care safety, healthy living and environmental safety. Enjoy great savings on a private sale of pre-selected brands that are certified safe and eco-friendly. Healthy snacks, games, raffle prizes and loot bags worth over P10,000 will be given away!
The learning fee is only P150 per person, and 100% of the proceeds will be donated to Children’s Hour. With all the indispensable information conveniently packed into an afternoon of learning, plus the freebies and raffle prizes up for grabs, this is definitely value for your money.
You can also score free tickets to this event! Halo Philippines, distributor of the award-winning and doctor-recommended Halo SleepSack wearable blankets, will make a donation on your behalf for any purchase from their official website. This donation entitles you to one free event ticket. Just indicate “Safety Zone” under the comments section when you check out. This offer is valid for orders paid from now until Sept 10, 2014.
This one afternoon of your time can benefit you and your loved ones for the rest of your life. You can also give tickets as thoughtful gifts to new and expectant parents, or register your yaya so she can be aware of safety precautions in your absence. To register, simply fill up the Registration Form HERE.
Speaking of safety, one of Safety Zone’s sponsors, Belly Armour is holding a giveaway here on the blog! One lucky reader of mine will win a Belly Armour Belly Band.
The Belly Armor products shield against everyday radiation- the type from cell phones, laptops, wireless towers and other devices. Belly armour product do not shield agains ionising radiation though- those type from x-rays or gamma-rays.
How to join:
1. Go to the Safety Zone event page. Click the INVITE button and share the event on your wall with the hashtag #SafetyZoneEvent (please make sure your post is set to public in order for us to see it). Invite to the event 5 of your friends who you think would find the event interesting.
2. Follow Belly Armor on Facebook & Instagram. Follow Go Jackie Go on Facebook, Twitter & Instagram.
3. Share this post by clicking the Facebook or Twitter icons found at the end of this post. Please include this caption “I want to win a Belly Band from @GoJackieGo and @BellyArmorPhilippines #SafetyZoneEvent #GoJackieGoXBellyArmor“
The winner will be announced on Sept 10, 2014 on Go Jackie Go’s Facebook page. This contest is open to all Metro Manila residents only. The winner should bring a valid ID to claim her prize at the Safety Zone event on September 13, 2014 at Spaces at Babyland, Shaw Blvd. All unclaimed prizes will be raffled off at the end of the event.
Go join! 🙂
Halo Philippines says
Thanks Jackie for helping us promote this charity event. More power! 🙂
Ann CAGALINGAN says
Done! Thanks for this Post, 😉