This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Cadbury Wishes. All opinions are 100% mine.
Christmas Day isn’t Christmas Day until you get a Cadbury’s selection box and scoff it before breakfast. We always have a tonne of chocolate in our house for the big occasion, but this year when you stock up on festive goodies remember to pick up some new Cadbury’s Wishes and make a sick child’s dream come true.
These gorgeous star shaped fluffy truffles not only taste delicious, but Cadbury’s will donate 10% of profits from each bar to the Make a Wish Foundation. Make a Wish is a charity that grants wishes to children and young people in the UK who are fighting life-threatening illnesses. Cadbury have been supporting the Make a Wish foundation since 2009, pledging to donate £400,000 over a 3 year period. The launch of Wishes is part of Cadbury’s commitment to extend the reach and impact of this important partnership that makes a difference to so many.
To celebrate this amazing partnership during the festive season, Cadbury’s have been touring the country with their Wish Workshops visiting London’s Westfield, Liverpool, Milton Keynes and Lincoln among others. People across the country had the opportunity to create their own dream chocolate concoction, all of which were sent directly to Cadbury’s HQ – if it’s an extra good one they may even make it for you!
Have you tried one of the Cadbury’s Wishes? Have you visited the Wish Workshops?