Monday, March 15, 2010

Win One Give One- Betty Crocker Fruit Flavored Snacks Giveaway


For a long time Betty Crocker Fruit Flavored Snacks have been a staple  in our home.  My kids are always excited when they can have one as a special snack or as an added surprise in their lunch.  While at the store a few weeks ago they were begging me even more to let them get a box when they saw that they could win a laptop.  I said no because what they did not know is I had some coming in the mail from MyBlogSpark.  They were so excited when they saw we got them in the mail, not only because they love them but also to see if they had won a laptop. They did not but were very excited thanks to MyBlogSpark $25 was being donated in our name to help buy a laptop for a child in Africa

With specially marked boxes of fruit flavored snacks - including Fruit Roll-Ups, Gushers, Fruit by the Foot, and Stickerz & Shapes - your child also has a chance win one laptop to keep and Betty Crocker Fruit Flavored Snacks will donate another to a child in Africa. How fun for a child to not only have the chance to win but also make a difference in another child's life.

Every day through May 30, 2010, one laptop prize will be awarded to a U.S. winner. For every laptop won, one laptop will  also be donated to an African child through One Laptop per Child, an organization that creates educational opportunities for the world´s poorest children by providing each child with a rugged, low-cost, low-power connected laptop with content and software designed for collaborative, joyful, self-empowered learning. For your chance to win, simply enter the unique online code printed on participating Betty Crocker Fruit Flavored Snack packages on www.WinOneGiveOne.com.




Thanks to MyBlogSpark I have 2 boxes of Betty Crocker Fruit Flavored Snacks to giveaway to one of my readers as well as a $25 donation to One Laptop Per Child.  To enter leave a comment telling me a way that you have encouraged your children to help others.

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Be sure you leave a comment for each extra thing you do. Also make sure you leave a way for me to get in touch with you (e-mail)  or email in your profile page in case you are the winner. This is important as I often have winning comments which leave no way to notify them. This contest will end on Fri. March 26 at 11:59pm EST and I will announce the winner soon after.

Betty Crocker provided me with  free fruit flavored snacks and information through MyBlogSpark. All opinions are my own.

14 comments:

Jay said...

Our son has naturally learned to help others by having younger siblings. He will get them a cup of milk, reach a toy for them, and has even given away his last gummy bears to his two sisters!
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mariam said...

we have always encouraged my daughter to help other. now she does it naturally!
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Pattie F. said...

Now that my children are older we encourage them to be active in community issues. Our local food bank is where they volunteer the most. Thanks!

Jennifer said...

My mom takes them to the library and they help others read and get books and others help them

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Christine said...

My kids have learned to help others by action. Every year I encourage my kids to donate their time, money or effort to at least one cause. I have tried to teach them that we are all interconnected and we are onl as strong as the weakest of our links.

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Candace said...

We encourage our children to give by getting them involved in our giving. An easy way is to have them pick out items for the Samaritans Purse Christmas shoeboxes.
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Jackie said...

I think teaching kids every day acts of kindness is so important. One thing I've taught them is to hold a door for someone if they are entering or exiting (like a store) and some one is walking towards the door. They do get involved in community service also, such as planting tulips in town, conducting bookdrives and donating food to the local food pantry.
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