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Posted: Friday, September 17, 2010 3:00 pm

Many of the public's favorite household brands have joined forces to support the lifesaving work of St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, one of the world's premier pediatric cancer research centers. From Sept. 19 to 25, Target guests can help St. Jude in its fight to find cures and save children with cancer and other catastrophic diseases by purchasing participating Procter & Gamble (P&G) brands including Tide, Charmin, Bounty and Pampers, as well as other manufacturers' brands at Target stores nationwide.

For every purchase of participating brands during the week-long program, five percent of the purchase price will be donated to St. Jude, with a total donation of up to $700,000.

P&G is one of nine participating vendors in the September program. Target's Sept. 19 weekly ad, available in Sunday newspapers and online at Target.com/weeklyad, will include a complete list of participating brands as well as special values on P&G brands supporting St. Jude. In addition, participating brands will be identified with in-store signage during the week of the program.

The nearest Target store is at 4734 E. Ray Road.

 

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