Hellmann’s has set up its own Animal Crossing: New Horizons island for players to visit and help raise money for charity FareShare.
Animal Crossing: New Horizons players looking to do something charitable this Christmas season may want to check out a new island made by Hellmann’s UK.
Hellmann’s has partnered with charity FareShare to help feed those in need nutritious meals and you can help by giving Hellmann’s your spoiled turnips.
Spoiled turnips are normally worthless in Animal Crossing, but Hellmann’s will donate the financial equivalent of two meals to FareShare for every turnip it receives.
To do this, you must contact Hellmann’s via its official Twitter account by sending a DM. You’ll then be given a time slot and a dodo code for visiting the island.
You’ll have 15 minutes to drop off your spoiled turnips and take a tour of the island itself, which features a few scenic attractions like a Santa’s Grotto.
The island will only be open for tours from today until December 18, between 2pm and 10pm.
The official website is also offering codes for ugly Christmas jumpers that you can wear in-game, alongside recipes that encourage using leftover foods like turkey and broccoli.
‘At Hellmann’s we’re all about great tasting food and this Christmas we’re sharing a range of new recipes to help people use up their Christmas leftovers and ensure good food doesn’t go to waste,’ said senior marketing manager Rachel Chambers.
‘We’re huge fans of the incredible work FareShare does, and through the new Hellmann’s island, our aim is to donate 50,000 meals for people in need this Christmas. We hope Animal Crossing players have fun exploring attractions on the Island while dropping off their spoiled turnips.’
Animal Crossing: New Horizons is available now on Nintendo Switch.
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