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Johnson & Johnson is an American institution. The medical, pharmaceutical, and consumer goods company. founded back in 1886 has been a leader when it comes to keeping Americans healthy and supporting charitable causes.

Now with it's "Champions of Care" program, it will send a deserving winner to the World Cup in Brazil and you can vote.

This is a nationwide initiative that will hopefully put a spotlight on everyday citizens who go above and beyond to do special things in caring for fellow Americans. it's true, one small act of care can lead to another, and have a ripple effect all over the world.

This worthwhile program has selected six incredible finalists, who are shown in the video with Karla Martinez, of Univision’s "Despierta America” and the program’s spokesperson.

Martinez is excited be the one announcing the six finalists for the Care Inspires Care Champions of Care program from Johnson & Johnson

Vote for the caring story that inspires you the most. Whichever finalist receives the most votes will be given two tickets to see the final match of the 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil.

A Champion of Care is someone who has dedicated their time and energy to the pursuit of caring for others. Someone who proactively goes above and beyond to help people through acts of care, inspiring others to be more selfless.

See the informational video at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7cLcVAopk0M

Vote for your favorite at: https://www.careinspirescare.com/en/champions-of-care/consumers

On social media you can check out the Facebook page, www.facebook.com/careinspirescare, and on the web follow along at www.careinspirescare.com.

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