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Shop With Me: UNICEF Force For Change Force4Fashion

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Rogue One: A Star Wars Story is only a couple of weeks away, and Target has teamed up with UNICEF’s Kid Power program to become a Force For Change through their Force4Fashion campaign.
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From now until December 31st, a donation of $5 for every Force 4 Fashion shirt purchased will be made to UNICEF’s Kid Power program, an initiative aimed at improving the lives of children everywhere.  (Maximum donation of $1 million)
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There are several designs for both men and women. Shirts cost $12.99. (The women’s shirts do tend to run a big snug, so you may want to size up.)

Kids can get in on the Force fun as well. UNICEF has created Kids Power Bands– activity trackers that synch with the UNICEF Kid Power app. The more kids move, the more points they earn. Those points are then converted into meals for hungry children. While they’re in the app, kids can learn about UNICEF’s mission and the countries receiving the lifesaving food packets.
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Kids are being active, learning about the world around them, and helping fight hunger. I can’t think of a better Christmas gift (especially if your kid is like mine and has been begging for an activity tracker.) With every Kid Power Band purchase, Target donates $10 to the US fund for UNICEF.

Shop the Force4Fashion line in stores and online now and join the Rebellion.

Rogue One: A Star Wars Story opens nationwide December 16 with early release on December 15 (happy birthday to me!)

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