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Inspiring Hope gift pack Giveaway

Last week I told you all about a program called Pink Together. Pink Together is a community of women who share their stories of surviving and fighting breast cancer. They also support, and give hope to those still fighting breast cancer.

I was informed by MyBlogSpark, that General Mills will be donating $2 million to Susan G. Komen for the Cure® , they will also be turning the packaging pink for the month of October on an assortment of their beloved brands. Are you ready for some more? For the month of October General Mills will also be donating $1, up to $20,000, each time someone posts a comment of encouragement, sends a virtual flower, or shares a story on Pink Together. (All of this information was obtained from an email I received from MyBlogSpark)continue…

Thanks to Pink Together and MyBlogSpark I received a Inspiring Hope Gift Pack, it is absolutely amazing. 1 lucky reader will get the same gift pack I received.


Included in this gift pack is a sleeved travel mug (15$), a running ribbon charm bracelet(8$), a pink leather strap keychain(6$), a pink cinch bag (the one I received is not on the site. It is a bit different from the one in the picture and has a value of 10$), and a set of inspirational note cards (12$). All the items in this gift pack are from the ShopKomen.com.

Did I also tell you that 25% of the merchandise purchase price benefits Susan G. Komen for the Cure® in the fight against breast cancer. This is a win, win for everyone, not only will you get amazing products, but you will also be helping support a great cause.

Enter to win: This is MANDATORY: Please tell me which women in your life inspires you the most. Must be followed or all others will not count, and will be deleted.

Extra Entries:

2. What do you find most inspiring about the Pink Together community. ( leave 2 comments)
3. Send a virtual flower or share your story on the Pink Together site. ( 2 entries. This can also be done daily as long as you can show me it was done. Tell me the name of the lady you sent the flower too)
4. Blog about the giveaway make sure you link back. (4 entries)
5. Follow me on twitter and tweet the giveaway. (1 daily)
Enter to win an Inspirational Gift pack @Jammie79 http://bit.ly/Sbf0E PLS RT”

6. Follow my blog (1 entry)
7. Grab my button. Make sure you leave the link on where I can find it. (3 entries)
8. Subscribe to my blog. (2 entries)

Please be sure to leave an email address so I can contact the winner. This giveaway will end October 31 @ 11:59pm CST. The winner will have 48 hours to contact me or I will have to redraw a new winner. Winner is determined by random.org. Open to U.S residents only.

Thanks to Pink Together and MyBlogSpark I received this gift pack and information.

 

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About Jammie Morey

Jammie is of Native American descent, she has family from the Ojibway/Chippewa tribe in Mount Pleasant, Michigan. She was born and raised in Michigan, where she later moved to Tennessee with her husband and daughter. Jammie and her husband home school their daughter, and enjoy doing many things together as a family. Some of those activities include geocaching, hiking, fishing, playing games together as a family, and just being silly with their daughter. Jammie is Owner of The Neat Things in Life. For more information visit on Google+.

Comments

  1. rosannepm says:

    Although I've had breast cancer 3 times and lost my sister to it when she was 46 I have a friend named Laura. She has had far more tragedy in her life than I. She is always smiling and upbeat. She is the most profoundly spiritual person I've ever known. She lost her sister to cancer at the same age as my siter 3 months before we met. We became fast friends. I feel like she was an angel sent to me on this difficult journey.

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  2. elizabeth p says:

    My best friend Carol has inspired me with her grace and strength.

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  3. My friend Laura, who has a lot of cancer in her immediate family, and is always upbeat

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  4. Of course my mom and grandmother inspire me. My mom is a wonderful cook and she uses her ability to spread warmth, love, and cheer. My grandmother had 7 kids whom she raised in primitive conditions through war, famine, disease, you name it.

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  5. Not sure how to leave the link. If someone could explain to me that would be good. Technically still in the 20th century. Sent a flower to Lindsey, who was diagnosed with breast cancer at age 23! I was can't imagine what she went through at such a young age, but I was truly inspired.

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  6. Second post for leaving a flower to Lindsay. Need someone to explain to me how to leave a link. Thanks.

    arobimom(at)gmail(dot)com

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  7. I love the fact that you can send people flowers on the Pink Together website to show your support. I also think the Pink Together website raises awareness in young women that they can get breast cancer too. I think you typically associate breast cancer with older women.

    arobimom(at)gmail(dot)com

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  8. My aunt is a breast cancer survivor and even though she has been through so much in her life she keeps a positive attitude. That is why she is an inspiration to me.

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  9. Another thing I find impressive about the Pink Together website is the actual concept. What a great idea. Someone out there took the time to put this website together. How many of us come up with good ideas, but never execute them. It's convenient, easy to use, and allows other people to show support by sending e-flowers.

    arobimom(at)gmail(dot)com

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  10. my friend kristina from work who just finished the 3 day walk, she rasied a lot of money!!!

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  11. My Grandma inspired me with her perserverence. Thanks for the chance.
    mogrill@comcast.net

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  12. The Royal Family says:

    i really would love this. My mother in law inspires me most she has been through a lot including cancer. And I don't want to cry so i'll leave it at that.

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  13. I sent a flower to Irene on the Pink Together website. She must be such a strong, positively oriented person to have gotten through so much. Diagnosed at 34! – comment 1.

    arobimom(at)gmail(dot)com

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  14. Trying to make sure I send and e-flower to a cancer survivor on the Pink Together website. Check it out it's really a worthwhile site. Sent a flower to Molly of Houston who was diagnosed at age 33. She went through 4 rounds of chemo and radiation, but unfortunately relapsed. After a double mastectomy she remains cancer free 4 yrs later. Her biggest message is you can still remain in control of you life even with breast cancer. Sent flower under the Aline.

    arobimom(at)gmail(dot)com

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  15. I don't believe many people can say this, but my boss inspires me the most. She is confident enough to trust her staff and give us the autonomy we need to thrive. Thanks for the chance to win such a fun prize pack. (krstrpp at hotmail dot com)

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  16. Anonymous says:

    Sent a flower to Jennifer from Boston who was diagnosed with an aggressive form of breast cancer at age 28. Jennifer went through 16 rounds of chemo and had a double mastectomy. Cancer has affected her grandmother, mother and aunt.

    arobimom(at)gmail(dot)com

    Sent the flower from Aileen Robison. Not sure how show you that it was done, but it was done.

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  17. Sent flower and comment to Mercedes of Portland, ME. She has survived cancer 32 years! I'm an Oncology nurse and see too many sad cases. I'm so glad to read about folks who have made it. It gives me hope that some of the work we do isn't in vain.

    arobimom(at)gmail(dot)com

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  18. My mom inspires me the most. She is 83 & just retired a few years ago from running a concrete business. She raised 6 kids & a few grandkids. She survived colon cancer & is still going strong. I wish I had her energy.
    plb8156@aol.com

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  19. I like the facr that Pinktogether brings people together to share stories – you dont feel so alone :)
    plb8156@aol.com

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  20. I like that Pinktogether is bringing people together so we can find a cure & eliminate breast cancer
    plb8156@aol.com

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  21. I shared a story on pinktogether of how my sister lost her best friend to breast cancer this summer. She was only 36 & left 3 little children behind. Please get mammograms for your family!
    plb8156@aol.com

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  22. Sent a flower to Crystal this morning. Crystal went from diagnosis to full treatment (mastectomy, chemo) in less than 3 weeks. She left her job and went to work for the Susan G. Komen non-profit agency to help others with breast cancer.

    arobimom(at)gmail(dot)com

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  23. Anonymous says:

    Sent a flower to Andrea from Boston who found 2 lumps through self exam. In her story she emphasizes how important it is to do the self exams.

    arobimom(at)gmail(dot)com

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  24. Anonymous says:

    Sent a flower to Andrea from Boston. See comment above

    arobimom(at)gmail(dot)com

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  25. Sent a flower to Jackie this morning.
    Both Jackie and her mother were diagnose with breast cancer at age 40. Sad thing is Jackie's daughter was also diagnosed with breast cancer as well. This woman must be very strong.

    arobimom(at)gmail(dot)com

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  26. Sent Jackie a flower. Multiple generations in her family had breast cancer. See above comment.

    arobimom(at)gmail(dot)com

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  27. Carolyn G says:

    My friend Susan inspires me. She has had breast cancer for over 5 years now and has done everything and yet keeps a positive attitude. It has helped her.

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  28. If you pull up Ambassadors by state scroll down a bit and you will find a list of women that need your support the most since they are currently undergoing treatment. I sent a flower and message of encouragement to Stacey of Salem, NJ who is currently undergoing 35 (yes 35!) rounds of radiation.

    arobimom(at)gmail(dot)com

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  29. Sent flower and message to Stacy of Salem, NJ () – see above comment.

    arobimom(at)gmail(dot)com

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  30. doozercries says:

    my sister inspires me. she's a good person and a loving mom. Also she's my only sib and well I glad she is my sister. Thank you.

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  31. My dear old lady friend whose name is Eva!
    skyskyaa11(at)gmail.com

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  32. Anonymous says:

    Sent a flower to Juana of Keysville, GA. Her story was in Spanish and she is in need of extra support because she is newly diagnosed.

    arobimom(at)gmail(dot)com

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  33. See above comment. Send flower to Juana of Keysville, GA – 2

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  34. Audreysmama says:

    My grandmother inspires me, she has beat breastcancer twice.

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  35. my mother is the woman who inspires me the most!

    madamerkf at aol dot com

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  36. Anonymous says:

    Sent a flower this morning to Erin of Boston. She had lost her job and insurance at the same time she was diagnosed.

    arobimom(at)gmail(dot)com

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  37. My mom inspires me the most,she did it by herself,worked,took care of me etc….&she taught me how to do the same thing

    ardelong2(at)gmail(dot)com

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  38. My Mom is my biggest inspiration as she lost my father 2 years ago~and right after that she found out she had lung cancer.She had surgery but it came back so she is fighting with chemo and radiation right now.

    Thanks for the chance

    deb55106(at)gmail(dot)com

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  39. Jackee Ann says:

    My mother inspires me. Always true, always honest and always kind.
    happeejackee at gmail dot com

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  40. My MOm is my biggest inspiration. She was a teen mother who took alot of flack but you know she raised me well and is my best friend. She's a truly great person who takes care of everyone before herself. She's well loved.

    saddleoneup at att dot net

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  41. For me what is most inspiring about pinktogether is there are no sob stories, none of them are asking for sympathy. That just amazes me. I could only hope I could be that strong.

    saddleoneup at att dot net

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  42. Jinxy and Me says:

    My mom inspires me the most. She is an amazing woman!

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