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WaterWipes® Pure Foundation Fund – Nominations now closed

pure foundation fund winners

WaterWipes® is proud to launch the third annual Pure Foundation Fund, a bursary fund in the United Kingdom and Ireland, which honours our great protectors – healthcare professionals involved in the pregnancy, birth and postnatal journey!

Are you a new or expectant parent that would like to celebrate a healthcare professional that has made a positive impact in your life or your baby’s life? You can spotlight this healthcare hero by nominating them for the Pure Foundation Fund.

WaterWipes® wants to celebrate extraordinary healthcare professionals providing maternity, neonatal and postnatal care to improve and save the lives of women and babies around the world. For pregnant women that have questions or concerns, these HCPs take the time to really listen and understand their concerns, answer all questions great or small and provide comfort with every step of the way. For nervous mothers giving birth, HCPs provide a calm presence and kindness to successfully usher them through their delivery. For new mums wondering if their baby is sleeping too much or eating enough, HCPs provide them with guidance and reassurance. When illness strikes or medical conditions arise, these HCPs provide care and support during these critical and vulnerable moments. They are the great protectors of our health and our future generations

Win 6 month's of supply of WaterWipes®

If your nominee is selected, you will receive 6 month's supply of WaterWipes® and your nominated healthcare professional will receive:

pure foundation fund prizes

Entry form

It’s simple. Just complete the nomination form below. Nominations for both the United Kingdom and Ireland close on June 30th 2022. Nominated winners will be contacted via WaterWipes® PR agency, Fleishman Hillard if they have been nominated.

Your Details

Your Nominee’s Details

Please select role/job title*

Please select your country*

Can you explain how your nominee improved patient care and outcomes for babies and their families during pregnancy, delivery or postnatal care with examples (Max. 4,000 charactors. Please do not use line breaks)?