Sam´s Club Pink Promotion ~ $25 Gift Card ~ GIVEAWAY!!! ~ Ends 10/01






Give back by purchasing your favorite cereal or snack! This October, by making simple everyday purchases at Sam´s Club, you can help support breast cancer education and research. Beginning September 19th, Sam´s Club stores will feature exclusive pink packaging on some of your favorite participating General Mills products in recognition ofNational Breast Cancer Awareness Month.








  • For 5 years, General Mills has partnered with the Susan G. Komen for the Cure® Foundation to bring breast cancer support to local communities, and this year they are making their annual donation of $2 million to the foundation to advance breast cancer research and support education and community outreach projects.








  • Purchase specially-marked General Mills products like Cheerios and Fiber One 90 Calorie Brownies at your local Sam´s Club and help decide how half of that contribution will be donated by voting at PinkTogether.com from now until April 14, 2012.








  • General Mills´ donations will be divided 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 to preventing breast cancer. Voting results will be announced on Mother´s Day 2012.




  • Breast Cancer is an issue close to my heart - thank you to the sponsors for participating in this Breast Cancer Awareness campaign.



    !!!! If you have trouble with Rafflecopter - like proceeding after your first entry - make sure to enter both entries that are lit up green on the form - then the other will be opened. It was my first time & I should have put both of those together - I'll know next time :)))


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    47 comments

    allison said...

    i donate whenever possible and a 5k walk with my gram who is a survivor

    Tabathia said...

    I volunteer and always buy pink products that support breast cancer

    tbarrettno1 at gmail dot com

    fancygrlnancy said...

    I donate for walks. I also give when I can at collections.

    Hollowsins said...

    I donate,buy the pink ribbon brands whenever I see them,I donate 10% of sells from ebay or points from survey sites..any little bit I can.
    hollow_sins(at)yahoo dot com

    armyofonewife said...

    We buy the pink ribbons, sometimes the t-shirts as well and donate to friends who are walking.

    Mami2jcn said...

    I buy the pink ribbon brands.

    mami2jcn at gmail dot com

    Crafty said...

    I donate. I was in a clinical trial with tamoxifen to help others. It is a horrible disease that runs in my family. I try to do what I can to make sure my granddaughters won't have to go thru that.

    Fawn said...

    I buy pink ribbon brands and
    alsmalu at hotmail.com

    Frugal Mom from California said...

    I buy pink ribbon brands

    elena150980@yahoo.com

    joycemlinek said...

    Sometimes I buy the pink ribbon products that support breast cancer. joycemlinek1@yahoo.com

    joycemlinek said...

    Won't let me enter after my initial blog post entry. joycemlinek1@yahoo.com

    JC said...

    I donate to help.
    tcarolinep at gmail dot com

    erin m. said...

    I did a walk in Los Angeles 2008!
    Oh man, do I need to sign up again.
    panicxduh[at]yahoo[dot]com

    Tina said...

    I donate
    merleandtina@yahoo.com

    mrsking14 said...

    I try to support the cause by purchasing Breast Cancer Awareness products when available

    surveymom1470 at yahoo dot com

    Jennifer T. said...

    I donate to friends who participate in walks and buy from companies who donate to the cause.
    jtmagmom73(at)gmail(dot)com

    tweety800265 said...

    I donate for walks or buy products that support breast cancer awareness
    tweety800265(at)yahoo(dot)com

    Nebraska Fillemans said...

    I am a Susan G. Komen speaker. I go around to different organizations and businesses and talk about the disease, and the walk.
    jtfilleman@cox.net

    Tamra said...

    We buy pink products and donate to friends who walk for the cure.

    damiesmom said...

    i try to donate when i can and also raise awareness!
    damiesmom at ymail dot com

    jenspurg said...

    I buy pink products and wear the pink ribbon as much as possible.
    huntandride@hotmail.com

    Amanda B said...

    My mom has been a breast cancer survivor for 11 years now and we always participate in our local walks and buy pink ribbon products when we can

    Captain Coupon said...

    Thanks for the chance!

    nlytle@gmx.com

    Yummy Boy Mummy said...

    I help participate by fundraising.

    egoettner said...

    I wear pink ribbons and donate to race for the cure.

    jan said...

    I'd love to win this - love Sam's! sammiejanL40 at aol dot com

    jan said...

    I'd love to win this - love Sam's! sammiejanL40 at aol dot com

    jan said...

    I always donate and buy as many breast cancer awareness products as I can sammiejanL40 at aol dot com

    Mari said...

    I volunteer at a charity for unwed/addicted mothers and their children. I teach cooking classes on a budget, as many of the girls are on public assistance. I believe that a healthy diet and lifestyle is the most important preventative measure against diseases like breast cancer.

    runningmatey at hotmail dot com

    Sabrina said...

    Donate and buy lots of breast cancer awareness products! We love everything pink!

    Sabrina.Vaccaro at hotmail dot com

    bloomerbear said...

    Buying Pink products and saving the yogurt labels

    pattifritz2000 at yahoo dot com
    thanks

    Amanda said...

    I donate when I can to sponsor walks

    Karin said...

    I try to save yoplait lids for the cause.

    My mom had breast cancer, but it was caught very early. She had her breast removed and that was that. She didn't have to have any additional treatment. It's been about 20 years now--she's one of the lucky ones.

    karin56381 (at) gmail.com

    jenmalonee said...

    I work in healthcare and I encourage yearly mamograms.

    jennifer marie

    lilnursejen at yahoo dot com

    debijackson said...

    i volunteer and walk in relay for life

    angie lilly said...

    I try to buy stuff that has the pink ribbon on it and, in the past before my knee injury, I have walked in the Race for the Cure 5K.
    Angie
    14earth at gmail dot com

    Scott said...

    Angie and I used to walk in the Race For The Cure 5K each year in honor of both of my grandmothers who survived breast cancer three times between them and two of her co-workers who survived breast cancer 4 times between them. Now we just try to make purchases from companies that support the research thru donations.
    Scott
    nynekats at gmail dot com

    jakell said...

    we donate to the call center they do a few times a year for that cause, and to the 5k walks.

    Natalie A. said...

    I donate money for local walks for breast cancer to raise money! Thanks for the chance to win!

    coolnatty12 at yahoo dot com

    3 Giggly Monsters said...

    WE always try to donate and join in on the walks when possible.
    megankayden@yahoo.com

    Yummy Boy Mummy said...

    I participate in fundraisers & viral programs.

    Tes283 said...

    I buy products that support the Pink Ribbon . I wear the pink ribbon to remind others to help. I talk to others who wear the pink ribbon to share and support the Warriors.

    tarter95 said...

    I buy products that have the pink ribbon...
    tarter95 at hotmail dot com

    coriwestphal said...

    I'm ashamed to say the I don't do much. I buy 'pink' products when I can, but that's about it. Bad, Cori!

    coriwestphal at msn dot com

    Laurie said...

    try to donate as much as possible

    laurie1993@verizon.net

    Michelle S. said...

    I donate to help.

    Naddez said...

    I buy products that have the pink ribbon on them.

    sam94son05@sbcglobal.net

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