Your kids counted down the days. They opened each window on their advent calendars, as December ticked by, painstakingly slowly. They made their list and checked it twice (plus a few extra times, just to be sure).
Now, Christmas morning has FINALLY arrived. Your kids run down the stairs, check under the tree, and see that Santa’s been! They tear through the paper at a fraction of the time it took you to carefully and lovingly wrap their presents. Their eyes light up as they realize what it is…
And then. You see the three words that have combined to ruin Christmas:
BATTERIES NOT INCLUDED.
After all your preparation and planning, you’ve fallen at the final hurdle! What’s this year’s must-have toy without 3 AA batteries to power it?
But this Christmas, Duracell batteries won’t just be rescuing your kids’ toys. They’ll also be powering smiles this holiday season and beyond, because for the 10th year in a row, Duracell will be donating a year’s supply of batteries to hospital playrooms across the country.
Being in a hospital at Christmas sucks. But unfortunately, for many boys and girls across Canada, that’s the sad reality they’re facing this holiday season. So, what can we do to help? Duracell believes that by powering not only the toys but also the imaginations of sick children, we can ensure that their hospital stay is still sprinkled with plenty of Christmas magic.
For every pack of Duracell batteries sold at Walmart in December, Duracell will donate to Children’s Miracle Network. Their goal is to raise $150,000 and they need your help. The next time you purchase a pack of batteries, make sure it’s Duracell and you’ll be ensuring a smile on your kid’s face and many others come December 25—and all year long.
Duracell makes the magic of the holidays last longer. And now, so can you.
To find out more on how you can support Children’s Miracle Network hospitals to power a kid’s imagination throughout the holidays, visit Duracell.com/cmn.
This post is brought to you by Duracell but the opinions are our own.