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26.11.14

Help give a gift that keeps giving - @WorldVisionUSA #Giveaway

As we all know, the holidays are not about giving gifts, that is an added bonus... But for me, it is more about family. Making Memories.  Seeing the good in people and all things positive.  A couple years ago, we tried doing a few random acts of kindness, it was great to show Broxton how good it feels to make a positive interaction with others.  No, it isn't needed just during the holidays, but for me, some people don't have family to celebrate the holidays, so maybe this is why I enjoy doing it.  

The product(s) featured in this review were provided free of cost to me by the manufacturer or representing PR agency for the sole purpose of product testing. Opinions expressed are my own and are NOT influenced by monetary compensation.

One thing that is great this time of year?  Working with World Vision.  They are really a great company and there are many ways that you can choose to work to make a difference.  
Want to sponsor a child?  You can totally do that!  Want to get your church involved?  Do you work for a corporation that is looking for a great cause?  There really are several ways to get involved.
If you are thinking "what about me? A single person?"  

You can purchase a physical gift.. and with that, it includes a donation to help where it is needed!   Not sure you understand?
Take this cuff.  You purchase the cuff for $85.  They send you the cuff and then the money that is extra is sent to where help is most needed.  It is even tax deductible!   Yes!   That way, when you give the gift to someone, you can let them know that not only are they getting this beautiful bracelet, money was also donated to help as well.  Then, whenever they wear that bracelet, they can know they are making a difference!   


Now, one lucky reader gets to win this beautiful cuff!   Just enter the rafflecopter form below! 

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17 comments:

  1. The form isn't coming up for me. Maybe it's just on my end.

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  2. Someone random bought us McDonalds. I do random things for my sister often. I also have let people go in front of me in the grocery store. It beats waiting for my full cart.

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  3. Every year we go shopping together as a family for fun toys and then donate them to Toys for Tots...thanks for the chance

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  4. Yes and let me tell you, the school chose myself and my kids to be given a Thanksgiving dinner to. I was able to go to Kroger where they had us a turkey, stuffing, mashed potatoes, green bean casserole, gravy, rolls and a pumpkin pie. It was amazing and I was shocked and felt so blessed

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  5. I do lots of random giving but most of it ilocally.

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  6. I like to work with a good cause too. I think most of us do, and this is the perfect time of year to make an effort above and beyond the norm.

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  7. I helped an woman at the grocery store pay for some of her groceries.

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  8. the most I have done was given a woman inline 1.00 so she didn't have to go to her car to look for more money

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  9. I help the neighbors with baby sitting.

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  10. I do lots of random acts of kindness for kids in our school district.

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  11. Someone paid for my Starbucks at the drive through.

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  12. I was the recipient just the other day when a guy helped me back up without hitting the car parked behind me.

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  13. No, but my daughter has .
    Happy Holidays
    Rochelle Johnson

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  14. Connie = Rose

    Yes I have participated in a random act of kindness. Also, I just recently had someone the car in front of me pay for my toll.

    conniesowards@aol.com

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  15. We recently had a friend who is trying to raise money for a much needed medical procedure. We contributed to the fund with monies from our Christmas budget. Alana Tomlin Denton

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  16. I have been the recipient and have participated in a random act of kindness. Before my daughter was born last year, a family came into the restaurant I worked and I was their server. The mother noticed I was pregnant and on top of the tip included, she handed me $100 to spend on the baby and I. I ended up crying and giving her the biggest hug ever!

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  17. My husband and I have paid SEVERAL utility bills for older people whose spouse was in the hospital or had recently passed.

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