Sunday, November 14, 2010

Wish-4-Snow with 77Kids

I'm excited to once again be working with 77Kids in the 77Kids Wish-4-Snow charity program to benefit local childrens hospitals.

To help in this campaign, while shopping in stores, customers can donate .77 cents or more to benefit their local childrens hospital. (Get it? 77kids, .77 cents?) When you donate in store, you'll receive a snowflake to write your name on, and that snowflake will be placed on the stores "blizzard wall" for everyone to see!

Of course those of you without a 77kids store nearby (yet) can also help contribute to the Wish-4-Snow campaign online. You can play a great "catch a snowflake" game through 77kids homepage, and create your own snowflake to help contribute to the donation goal for the childrens hospitals. 77kids hopes to have 100,000 snowflakes created through the microsite, and you can help do that easily online! Once that goal is achieved, 77kids will make an additional $25,000 donation. When a snowflake is created online, you're put into the running to win one of the daily $77 gift cards to 77kids given away! It also puts you in to win the so awesome grand prize, an ultimate block party for you and 77 friends!!

There are quite a few childrens hospitals that will be benefiting from this campaign, so please do what you can to help The Childrens Health and Wellness Center at Danbury Hospital, Childrens Hospitals and Clinics of Minnesota, The Childrens Hospital of Pittsburgh, The Childrens Regional Hospital at Cooper, University Hospital Cherry Hill/Philadelphia, Upstate Golisano Childrens Hospital of Syracuse, Wakemed Childrens Hospital of Raleigh, Connecticut Childrens Medical Center of Hartford, and The Childrens Memorial Hospital in Chicago.

Stay tuned to A Couch With A View to hear more about the 77kids holiday shop, super cool kid powered window and a $50 77kids gift card giveaway!!

I am working on this campaign in conjunction with TheMotherhood and 77kids. I have been compensated, though it has no bearing on how I feel.


karenmed409 November 18, 2010 at 12:10 AM  

Great post, . E.V.E.R.Y.O.N.E. can get involved and thats great thing.

Toyin O. November 20, 2010 at 12:26 PM  

Sounds like a you are working on a great project.

xiao November 24, 2010 at 1:53 AM  
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