Friday, June 21, 2013

Fundraiser Giveaway!!!

Cherub's Puzzle Progress
Things went extremely well in the intervention hearing for Dude and Dolly earlier this week! The puzzle fundraiser is going well, and we are currently at $3,160 (632 puzzle pieces sponsored).

In an effort to get this puzzle completed before the next big hearing on July 15th, I've decided to do a little giveaway!  A little incentive to get the word out and get Dude and Dolly's puzzle on the wall...

Prizes (Three Winners, Two Prizes Each!)
  1. $25 gift card to the restaurant or store of your choice.
  2. Your choice of either (a) your very own "Dude and Dolly" puzzle or (b) your very own copy of a soon-to-be published book tentatively titled "Welcome to the Roller Coaster: Real Life Stories of the Ups and Downs of Foster Care" written by a group of (somewhat) anonymous foster moms. :-)  (Book will be delivered after publication)

How to Enter (Multiple Opportunities!)
  1. Sponsor one or more puzzle pieces between today and June 30th and you will receive one entry per piece sponsored.  Simply click the "Donate" button on the upper right-hand corner of the blog.  I will automatically add your entries upon receiving your donation notification from Paypal.
  2. Share I Must Be Trippin's post or Cherub Mamma's post about the Puzzle Fundraiser on your blog and/or FB pages (one entry per site).  Just share the links in a comment here, on my FB page, or Contact Me via email.
  3. Comment here with your best stress-reduction ideas for yourself and/or your little ones.  I know that Cherub Mamma, Mr. Amazing, and all of the cherubs could use a little help in that area right now.  :-)

Winners will be announced on Monday, July 1st.  Let's get the Cherub's puzzle completed before the next big hearing!  Thank you so much for all of your support during this fundraiser.  It is very much appreciated by more people than you know.

1 comment:

Karen said...

Something to reduce stress that my mom, sister, and I are going to try is we are going to get massages! A lot of insurance companies will cover part of the cost, but another option is to find a college near you with a massage therapy program- often they are looking for members of the public that students can give massages to for learning!

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