This post brought to you by White Cloud. All opinions are 100% mine.
White Cloud has long been known for its delightfully comfy toilet paper, but did you know they’re now making a foray into facials tissues? It’s true! Now you can experience that same level of comfort every time you get the sniffles. Speaking of getting the sniffles, White Cloud’s campaign to create the box designs for the launch of the new tissues has me tearing up- in a good way.
White Cloud didn’t use just any old artists to come up with the designs for the boxes. Instead, they teamed up with the Childrens Miracle Network Hospitals and asked the kids to pitch in with design ideas. I always get emotional when it comes to helping children in need, especially children who are dealing with illness. White Cloud asked the kids at the CMN hospitals to create designs. Then they reached out to their fans to help choose the winners on the White Cloud Facebook Page. That had to be a difficult task!
Fans narrowed down the wonderful designs to 10 favorites and three big winners. Each of the winners’ hospitals are being presented with a $15,000 donation on behalf of White Cloud. Plus, those winners got to see their creations turned into beautiful tissue box designs! What an amazing boost for their self-esteem!
The White Cloud Facial Tissues will be available exclusively at Walmart. To find a store near you, use the White Cloud Store Locator. I think it is so important to make sure that these beautiful designs are a huge hit. I imagine the children who created them must be so proud to see their designs turned into a product that will be used in homes of other children.
Keep an eye out for July’s All You Magazine, also sold exclusively at Walmart. You’ll find a $0.75 off coupon for your purchase of White Cloud Facial Tissues. Show your support of White Cloud and keep up with news by following the White Cloud Twitter Page. You can also check out designs from other children on the White Cloud Pinterest Page.
Which design is your favorite? It’s so hard to choose! They’re all so beautiful. I think I like the Hope design the best, because it really speaks volumes about what the children feel.