Friday, March 14, 2014

March Madness Giveaway!

For the next 2 weeks you have the opportunity to win some cool things while also making a big impact! 

This month I'm doing a March Madness giveaway and fundraising opportunity for Susan G. Komen 3-day for the Cure! In an effort to raise the minimum requirement to walk in the 3-day for the Cure ($2,300!) I'm giving you the chance to win a $15 gift card to Amazon.com and Starbucks or a 5 mL bottle of Purify!

If you're new around here, you can read more about my 3-day for the cure journey and why I walk. It is one of the most important things I do each year and I'm incredible blessed to have the opportunity to fundraise and walk again this year. Each year I raise at least $2,300 and walk countless training miles in order to prepare for 60 miles in 3 days. This is the little part that I can do to kick cancer in the face.

You can join me in the fight anytime by making a donation. Large or small, each donation will help to find a cure and support those who are battling. This month making a donation will not only bring me steps closer to my fundraising goal, but it will enter you into a giveaway for some awesome prizes!

What you could win:
1 - $15 giftcard to Amazon.com
1 - $15 giftcard to Starbucks
1 - 5 mL bottle of Purify
2 - Walkin' Sista-ta support t-shirts

There are several ways to earn entries to win, but for them to count, you must record them on rafflecopter below. Come back every day to earn more entries for these great prizes!

  




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5 comments:

  1. You do so many amazing things Leanne! So proud of you for doing the walk every year!

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  2. I love that you walk and that you share your experiences with us!! Thank you!

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  3. I know many people who have fought breast cancer and won. In particular, an ex-boss of mine. She shared her story with me and changed my perspective on the whole thing. A world without cancer would mean more kids grow up with parents, more parents get to see their kids get married, and more grandparents get to hold their grand babies. It's an ideal life that everyone should strive towards. I think our world was truly meant to not have cancer and people are meant to life full, happy lives.

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  4. My mom is a breast cancer survivor of over 15 years. I'd love to see a world without cancer so my kids don't have to worry about me getting it too

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  5. My dad was just diagnosed in January with tall cell variant papillary thyroid cancer, so I definitely want to see a cure found for cancer!

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