Wednesday, September 28, 2011

Pink Together Prize Pack Giveaway (General Mills & MyBlogSpark)



Find  hope. Be inspired. Know you are not alone. Join the 2011 Pink Together™ campaign – now in its fifth year of celebrating hope – by visitingPinkTogether.com 
to connect with a unique online community of people who have been touched by breast cancerand share a passion for the cause. Individually we are strong, but together we are stronger.   PinkTogether.com to share your personal story and messages of hope 

Visit PinkTogether.com and read about others’ personal journeys. To encourage personal connections, General Mills will donate $1 to the Komen organization for each Message 
of Hope that is sent to someone who has shared their story on 
PinkTogether.com (up to $25,000) during October. This is in addition
 to a $2 million donation General Mills is making to the Komen organization.



This year, for the first time in its five-year history, at

 PinkTogether.com consumers can choose how $1 million of this 

donation will be shared between two important Komen programs:
 the Treatment and Assistance Program, which assists women
 in securing care they otherwise may not be able to afford, 
and Prevention Research, which helps unlock the keys
September 19, 2011 through April 14, 2012 to make your 
choice. Results will be announced 
on Mother’s Day 2012 – Sunday, May 13.



Meet the 2011 Pink Together Survivor Ambassadors, 

and hear their amazing stories of courage and survival 




General Mills will also be turning the packaging of 

participating products pink in recognition of National 

Breast Cancer Awareness Month this October.



Win it!



One lucky reader will win the Pink Together Prize Pack pictured above - which includes:

  • A 16 oz. box of Total cereal
  • VIP coupons valid for one box of Cheerios and Multigrain Cheerios cereal and one cup of Yoplait yogurt
  • Betty Crocker Living with Cancer Cookbook Pink Together Edition, which includes a collection of more than 150 delicious recipes with complete nutrition information and a 32-page Pink Together Survivor Ambassador bonus section that shares inspirational personal stories of survival as well as recipes
  • Water bottle and removable silicone awareness bracelet
  • Drawstring sport backpack
  • Rhinestone ear buds


I can't wait to check out this cookbook some more!





Please enter by using Rafflecopter form below:



Please note: if you "like" Pink Together on Facebook - please do not comment on their that I sent you in anyway, that is considered spam by Facebook. But please feel free to interact on their page by sharing stories, comments, etc. This giveaway is in no way associated with Facebook.


Disclosure: The Pink Together Prize pack, information and coupons have been provided free of charge by General Mills through MyBlogSpark.








43 comments:

  1. What a nice giveaway.

    Having friends and family who have been affected by breast cancer I have also tried to bring awareness. I have sent the following to my network:

    Take a proactive stance against breast cancer and support the Passion Parties mission of women helping women. Here's how:

    1. Be an advocate of your breast health.

    Practice monthly self-examinations, and get regular mammograms as instructed by your physician. Make sure to seek medical advice regarding your questions and concerns. Encourage others to take control of their breast health, all year long and at your Passion Party!

    2. Book a Pink Passion Party in October! (Virtual, In-Home, Office, etc.)

    Party will be Breast Cancer Awareness themed. You, as a hostess, can incorporate pink details, such as a pink dress code, serving pink refreshments, and more. Get creative but I have ideas I can suggest if you like.

    I will play a game and showcase products that are breast-related and pink. The presentation will be fun and educational, discussing the importance of self-exams, and debunking common myths. Discounts and special packages will be created just for your party guest. Also, when you and guest purchase The Passion Parties Guide to Great Sex sales benefit the Passion Parties Charitable Foundation, which supports a number of organizations, including those that assist women affected by breast cancer.

    Weekend party dates book fast, so book yours today. Happy hour weekdays and Sunday brunch are also a good day for your Pink Party.

    3. Participate in my Team: Passion Parties by Carline on Susan G. Komen Passionately Pink for the Cure.

    Join in the fight against breast cancer through the most successful charity event ever created. There are a variety of events all over the country.

    Join my team and/or make a donation: http://www.info-komen.org/goto/wickedpleasures

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  2. My mother in law had breast cancer and found out too late. She passed away within a couple of months of finding out. That was over two years ago. We still miss her greatly.

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  3. I've had friends but no family that I know of--it's too bad we are still fighting this disease!!! thanks also for a chance to win!
    kmassmanATgmailDOTcom

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  4. yes I have had family who passed with cancer....some too young.

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  5. yes-my co worker has breat cancer
    tcogbill at live dot com

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  6. I plan to read the page more and get a mammogram.

    Thanks!
    mendyd15 at yahoo dot com

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  7. my aunt died of breast cancer her kids were never the same
    vmkids3 at msn dot com

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  8. several in our family have had difficulties with this and it is extreamly painful to us

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  9. Two co-workers both battled and won their fights against breast cancer.

    Mary C.

    ighmeg at yahoo dot com

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  10. HORTON111@AOL.COM

    I HAVE A SISTER WHO WAS DIAGNOSED WITH BREAST CANCER IN THE EARLIEST POSSIBLE STAGE AND SHE IS FINE TODAY

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  11. My Mom is currently battling stage 3 breast cancer

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  12. My grandmother died from breast cancer.

    LWons@HotMail.com

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  13. I've had breast cancer 3 times. I lost my younger sister to it @ age 46. My older sister is battling it for the 2nd time. Our father died of cancer as did our paternal grandmother. Count your blessings if you have not been affected by this disease. rosans4@comcast.net

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  14. My very good friend is successfully battling breast cancer. Her spirit and positive attitude is contagious.
    nrdunningATgmailDOTcom

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  15. Yes. My friend died of breast cancer. I miss her
    merleandtina@yahoo.com

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  16. My mother in law had to battle breast cancer and she won thank goodness. I am a huge supporter of finding a cure for breast cancer, I donate money and time to the cause.

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  17. Yes, I have know numerous people who suffered with breast cancer. My grandmother was the first that I knew with it and, sadly, she lost her battle.

    choateorama(at)gmail(dot)com

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  18. I have several friends who are breast cancer survivors!

    Nancy
    allibrary (at) aol (dot) com

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  19. My good friend had breast cancer, battled it and survived!
    Thank you for the giveaway :)
    hurdler4eva(at)gmail(dot)com

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  20. My mother is a breast cancer survivor!

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  21. my bfs grandma had cancer
    caseyeve_003 at yahoo dot com

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  22. I have not been touched by cancer - thank goodness!

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  23. No, we haven't been affected by breast cancer but my step-mom and aunt both have lung cancer.

    hebert024 at aoldot com

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  24. never been affected by breast cancer..thanks for the giveaway!
    ashleygatewood1(AT)gmail.com

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  25. I recently lost a former coworker to breast cancer. And my grandmother has been affected as well.

    caryn9802 at yahoo dot com

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  26. my aunt had breast cancer. she was a surivor for over 15 years. clallen at ntin dot net

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  27. My friend's mother died from the disease. It was devastating.

    President(dot)peaches(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  28. One of my daughter's teachers is a breast cancer survivor.
    jas8929(at)gmail(dot)com

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  29. My mom had breast cancer a few years ago.

    dhealey123@yahoo.com

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  30. My best friends mom has had to fight for three years and had been in remission and recently found out that it had spread to other breast. Pray for a cure every day!
    weta1972@yahoo.com

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  31. I've had coworkers and a few family friends fight breast cancer, and I remember how hard it was for a few of them. They are survivors and I am proud of them.

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  32. My grandmother had breast cancer.

    artyblue at gmail dot com

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  33. No recent family member has been effected however, my father in law passed of lung cancer 4 years ago.

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  34. we have lost a few family members to cance but none for breast cancer
    traceyj40@sbcglobal.net

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  35. My friend DeeDee had breast cancer
    krazekatlady at gmail dot com

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  36. My mother had breast cancer. It was amazing how well she handled it and thanks to some wonderful doctors she was able to be with us five additional years that we didn't think we would have

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  37. I haven't had any one near me affected by breast cancer, but almost every other type of cancer. It's definitely a time when you realize how strong your family and friends are.
    ericacarnes(at)gmail(dot)com

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  38. No one I know has been affected with Breast cancer, but my boyfriends grandpa just passed away from prostate cancer.
    ericka082 at gmail dot com

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  39. My best friends mother passed away a couple years ago from breast cancer.
    b dot ringer at hotmail dot com

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  40. My mother is a 20 year survivor of breast cancer, she has taught me so much about being strong. I plan to use the website to become more informed and to help my friends to become more aware of how important being your own health advocate is.
    jessibear19(at)aol(dot)com

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  41. Both my mom and grandmother had breast cancer. My sister and I are on high alert and careful to do our screening on time.

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  42. This is a great giveaway. While I have not had anyone personally close to me or related to me who had had this terrible cancer but I have many friends who have been impacted by having their friends or relatives impacted. I see the pain in their eyes.

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