Unilever supports Save the Children and The BFG Dream Jar Trail

Unilever is proud to support Save the Children and the BFG Dream Jar Trail taking place across the UK this summer.

The BFG Dream Jar Trail

The BFG Dream Jar Trail, which is a new public art installation running until the 31 August 2016, will see the childhood dreams and aspirations of 50 celebrated famous people including Steven Spielberg, Dame Helen Mirren and Professor Stephen Hawking transformed into sculptures by talented artists. The whimsical sculptures have been placed in giant Dream Jars up to six feet tall to form an art trail in London and across the UK for everyone to see for free this summer.

Charlotte Carroll, Sustainability and Communications Director for Unilever UK, said: “We are excited to be supporting the BFG Dream Jar Trail to help inspire children to dream humungous and splendiferous dreams for a brighter future. At Unilever, we believe in creating a better world where everyone has enough food to eat and no child goes to bed hungry. Where every child lives beyond their fifth birthday and has the right to a happy childhood.”

Tanya Steele, Interim CEO of Save the Children, said: “Changing the world for children means giving them the chance to dream. That’s why Save the Children works in some of the toughest places in the world to make sure every child gets that chance. We do whatever it takes to help children get the healthiest start in life, providing access to life-changing education and protecting them in times of disaster. 

We’re thrilled to be a partner of The BFG Dream Jar Trail because, through the money raised, we’ll be able to make sure that more children get the opportunity to fulfil their potential no matter how big their dreams are. Together, we can rewrite the story for children everywhere.”

The trail is raising funds for Save the Children to support and highlight their work around the world to give every child the chance to make their dreams come true. It will also benefit a specialist nursing programme supported by Roald Dahl’s Marvellous Children’s Charity. The jars will be auctioned to raise money for both causes.

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