For those of you on our email list, we already let you in on this fun news, but for those that haven’t heard, we are so excited to let you in on our big news! We were asked to be a part of Bloggers Without Borders (scroll down to the bottom of the link) and join them in their most recent humanitarian campaign, BlendAid! We are collaborating with some very influential bloggers and with Mothers Without Borders to build a much needed school in Africa. The school will serve orphans who are victims of AIDS. It’s going to be an incredible project to be a part of and we can’t wait to team up with you too!!!
This is how it works, click HERE to sign-up for the emails to follow the campaign, you will also get 30 FREE green smoothie recipes. For everyone that signs up, Green Smoothie Girl, Blendtec, and Roxberry are going to donate $1 to the cause! Big sponsors have donated big prizes for those that follow this humanitarian effort! Each day, for fifteen days, they will be giving a prize with a value $200-$5000 to a lucky winner! To qualify for the prize, all you have to do is sign-up for the email and leave a comment on the blog each day that you want to be entered to win! You can also get bonus points in the drawing for sharing this campaign with others!
The goal is to raise $150,000.00 so they can build a school that accommodates these children’s needs. Right now, they have a makeshift school that desperately needs renovations and additions.
The great thing about this campaign is you can be make a difference just by signing up for the email and in return, you will have the chance to win some great prizes and receive 30 yummy smoothie recipes! You can click HERE to find out more about the prizes. If you aren’t interested in receiving emails after the 2 week campaign, you can easily unsubscribe. It’s a win win for everyone!
I haven’t been to Africa, but in Haiti, I saw the true NEED the orphanages had that were trying to make ends meet and help as many orphaned children as possible!
Join with us! Nothing feels better than leaving real imprints on hearts and souls that are in such desperate need.
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