In celebration of 10 beautiful years in business, 2012 sees high performance natural skincare brand Trilogy launch a year long campaign to raise funds for Child’s i Foundation, a wonderful charity helping to end the tragedy of baby abandonment in Uganda.
Trilogy Helping Hand Wash is a gorgeous, limited edition product created specially for this campaign.
All profits from the sale of Helping Hand Wash throughout 2012 will be donated to Child’s i Foundation, which runs projects caring for abandoned babies and vulnerable mothers in Uganda and places children in loving homes.
Established by Lucy Buck, an inspirational young British woman who gave up a successful TV career to help the children of Uganda, Child’s i Foundation is a small charity making a big difference.
Helping Hand Wash combines the natural antibacterial properties of Elderberry and Burdock with natural vegetable oils in an effective, low foaming liquid soap. With Trilogy’s signature fragrance of frankincense, rose geranium and lavender, the luxurious creamy texture leaves hands feeling deliciously soft and clean.
“For several years my life was divided. I worked as a producer on high-profile TV shows and volunteered at an orphanage in Uganda.
In 2008, I buried a little baby boy called Abraham. He had been abandoned in a taxi park and died of meningitis in an orphanage aged just 16 weeks. In his short life, no one had truly loved him.
I decided then to quit my TV career to establish the Child’s i Foundation, with the aim of helping ensure Abraham’s tragic story wasn’t repeated over and over again.
Our belief is that every child deserves to grow up in a family rather than in an institution. Every purchase of this product helps make this dream possible.”
Lucy Buck, Project Director
Trilogy products are stocked in selected Farmers stores, pharmacies, department stores and health stores nationwide. For further information, visit trilogyproducts.com.
ABOUT CHILD’S i FOUNDATION
In Uganda poverty, disease and violence are rife – which leads to hundreds of children being abandoned every year. Child’s i Foundation is helping solve this endemic problem.
The charity’s transitional home and family support centre provides quality short-term care for babies; while its Social Work Team ensures every child in its care grows up in a loving family in Uganda.