Join Purex in Making Wishes Come True for Kids with Terminal Illness

To honor the millions of children whose clothes we help keep bright and clean every year, the Purex brand is teaming up with Make-A-Wish to bring bright wishes to children with life-threatening medical conditions.

This hits very close to home with me, as we have a very special little guy who suffers from SMA. "Tai"  is just  16 years old and brings so much joy, with his positive outlook on life. When you think that your life is bad with our normal daily stresses of having to do laundry, cook and clean or work an extra shift. Just remember that life for these kids and families with life threatening illnesses have an incredible amount of worry. One Life time wish is price-less to a child  with a terminal illness. ( Pictured above is Tai with his Brother) 

Video Below is Tai telling us what he feels about Make-A-Wish and his advice to other kids dealing with terminal illness. He definitly is one of my heros

Please take time to support Make-A-Wish Foundation today. There is so much we can do! Just purchasing one bottle of Purex  75oz+ liquid detergent and/or Purex Classic and Ultra Lines in Mountain Breeze and Lavender fabric softeners,

 Purex will pay a minimum guarantee of $250,000 to Make-A-Wish, but you can help make a difference and get the payment up to $400,000 by purchasing Purex liquid detergent or liquid fabric softener between February 1st 2014 and February 28th 2014. Now how simple is that , and each time you do your laundry you can SMILE knowing your purchase helped make a very special wish come true for a terminally ill child! Be sure to stock up on Purex during the month of February as every bottle helps in our effort to support this great cause

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