GIVE A CARING TOUCH & HELP US FEED THE LESS FORTUNATE

When you purchase selected NIVEA products, you not only show care for your skin, you also show care for others.

As part of our several initiatives to give back, we will be providing food parcels to 4,000 school children per month and serving 350,000 beneficiaries in need, through the Lagos Food Bank Initiative and in partnership with you.

Each purchase you make on selected NIVEA products, help to provide a meal for a less fortunate member of our society. With your patronage we’ll be able to…

• Provide nutrition for the needy.

• Upscale the school feeding programme.

• Recover edible food that would have gone to waste.

How the initiative works

In 5 simple steps, You Buy, You Save, and We donate N135 to the Lagos Food Bank Initiative.

1. Buy NIVEA product with a special sticker.

2. Scratch the sticker gently to reveal the unique code.

3. Dial *8014*2#

4. Enter your unique code when prompted

5. You get a confirmation of code for your donation.

Products on Offer in October & November

6. NIVEA DEEP Deodorant (Spray & Roll-on)

7. NIVEA Oil-in-Lotion Cherryblossom & Jojoba Oil

8. NIVEA Oil-in-Lotion Vanilla & Almond Oil

9. NIVEA Nourishing Cocoa Lotion

10. NIVEA Rich Nourishing Lotion

11. NIVEA MEN Revitalizing Lotion

Participating Outlets

  • Grocery Bazaar
  • Justrite
  • Prince Ebeano
  • Super saver

About Lagos Food Bank Initiative

Lagos Food Bank is a non-profit nutrition-focused initiative committed to combating malnutrition and improving the health of pregnant women and infants in rural communities. Founded in 2015, it is the first indigenous food bank in Nigeria and has reached over 86 rural communities in Lagos and its environs, with a network covering the 20 Local Government Areas in Lagos State. The Initiative has over 10,000 registered volunteers reaching over one million people since its inception. The food bank's primary goal is to reach out to children aged 0 – 16, pregnant women and lactating mothers, patients of diet-related illnesses, extremely indigent families, seniors aged 50 and above and the destitute.