The Collective Dairy #Tub4Grub Giveaway

The Collective Dairy #Tub4Grub Giveaway

You’ve heard of The Collective Dairy before right? If you haven’t, you’ll recognise them as soon as you see one of their yoghurt pots in the supermarket.

Well, they’ve just launched an awesome campaign to raise money to support Action Against Hunger. The campaign is #Tub4Grub and launched on the 17th of November, so you can get involved RIGHT NOW!

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The yogurt tubs in your local supermarket will have a unique peelable label. So once you’ve finished your yogurt, you give it a quick clean and refill it with some tasty treats. The idea is you then gift the tub of treats to somebody in your local community (a family member, friend, colleague, neighbour, bus driver…) to add some happiness to their day. If you share your good deed on social media with the hashtag #Tub4Grub The Collective will donate another 50p to the cause.

They’ve promised to donate at least £10,000 to the charity!

Josh and I received a lovely package from the guys at The Collective Dairy to get involved in the campaign. They’d even baked us some brownies, which we devoured.

We filled our tub with some gingerbread biscuits and decided to gift the treats to my colleague Caitlin. Caitlin has had a stressful few weeks and we wanted to cheer her up, so we got to work in the kitchen. We actually had a little disaster with the first batch, top tip: don’t put anything in the oven whilst The Missing is on. You will definitely forget about them and burn the lot.

Get Involved

So, now that we’ve told you about the campaign, you want to get involved right? We’re giving away one Tub4Grub, complete with a recipe card, cookie cutter and pen to write on your label. We’re making it easy for you. We might even throw in a voucher to get yourself some delicious The Collective yogurt. Sound good?

Just follow the instructions below to enter…

 

a Rafflecopter giveaway

Terms & conditions

  • Winner will be randomly chosen by Rafflecopter.
  • UK only.
  • The prize cannot be exchanged or refunded.
  • We accept no responsibility if it gets lost in the post.

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  • Ohh amazing, I love this idea!! Random Acts of Kindness are the best! Alice xxx

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    • Jess & Josh Cook

      Such a good idea isn’t it?! x

  • Paula Gwynne

    I love this good cause especially this time of year as Christmas is a time of giving

  • Carole

    My hubby for his sweet tooth

  • emma walters

    great for our elderly neighbours off the children

  • Sarah mackay

    I would give it to my mother

  • ray

    Our son

  • Karen Barrett

    For my Mum and Dad

  • Michelle O’neill

    my son x

  • yvonne cooke

    I would give it to my mum.xx

  • Sharon stanley

    There’s a homeless man we always see when I go and get my hair products. He’s always polite and freindly never asks for a thing just gets on with life. I would love to give it to him I really think he would appreciate it

  • Adeinne Tonner

    I would give this to my sister

  • TRACY HANSON1

    I think I’d take it to work now our kitchen looks more like a kitchen than a bomb-site.

  • Karl Borowy

    my wife

  • Gem Cook

    I would love to win this for my hubby.
    Thank you for running such a generous giveaway!

    Merry Christmas!

  • Paula Cheadle

    I would give it to my daughter