Sweetness for a Cause: Swiss Miss supports World Vision’s school supplies drive in Baseco

Swiss Miss, the leading cocoa drink in the world, partners with World Vision in improving functional literacy for the children of Baseco, Manila.



In preparation for the coming school year, Swiss Miss and World Vision will launch “Sweetness for a Cause.” The campaign will run from March 15 to June 30 and will benefit at least 500 students in Baseco, Manila. 


A portion of each sale of a Swiss Miss box with the World Vision logo will go to World Vision’s Lead a Child campaign where children will receive school supplies to ready them for their first day of school.


The campaign coincides with World Vision’s 60th anniversary in the Philippines. World Vision’s promise of caring for children and building sustainable communities is made possible through the help of companies like Swiss Miss. With more donors, World Vision will be able to reach its goal of reaching 3 million children by 2020.World Vision/April 18, 2017


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