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Shepherds Friendly Society offers child savings through Mother & Baby’s website

dad holding baby saving for children with a child's saving plan

Mutual Society Shepherds Friendly has teamed up with MotherAndBaby.co.uk to provide tax-efficient saving products to UK families.

The new commercial partnership aims to raise awareness of the benefits of saving, using Bauer Media’s Mother & Baby online platform. The two firms are expecting a long and mutually beneficial partnership  as both organisations have a similar ethos of helping families.

MotherAndBaby.co.uk re-launched earlier this year, with a new design, navigation and comprehensive review section.  The print incarnation of Mother & Baby celebrates 60 years of providing trusted parenting advice in early 2016. The child savings section of the website offers visitors the chance to consider three tax efficient savings plans from Shepherds Friendly Society; The Young Saver Plan, the University Savings Plan and the Junior ISA.

Max Jarrold, Digital Marketing Manager at Shepherds Friendly Society, said:

“We are thrilled to be able to help young families with their financial future through MotherandBaby.co.uk.  In teaming up with Bauer Media we have been able to create a service which is mutually beneficial for us at Shepherds Friendly, Bauer Media and visitors to their website.

“As an extra ‘thank you’ for choosing us, we are offering everyone who takes out a plan with us through MotherandBaby.co.uk a £30 Love2Shop voucher code, which can be used in a variety of high street shops.”

Georgia Carrano, Digital Business Manager at Bauer Media, said:

“Visitors to MotherAndBaby.co.uk are looking for trusted content which is useful, friendly and relevant.  We are pleased to be partnering with Shepherds Friendly Society to offer a range of savings plans which will appeal to our audience of savvy mums with young and growing families.”

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