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Thursday, January 3, 2013

Pay it Forward in 2013 #MiracleMoms {#giveaway}

It's a new year and so many people look forward to this time of year and the new beginnings it affords.

If you are a sick or injured child, a new year is a reason to celebrate and count their many blessings.  Blessings which include priceless healthcare available right in our own community.

On Christmas Day, I thought of the many children and families which spent the day in the hospital.  I hope those families felt the magic of the season even though their precious child might of been hooked up to life saving machines.

Those machines are costly and as a #MiracleMom I am hoping to raise awareness of the costs of equipment.    Of course we would like to see folks offer donations to help out the Children's Miracle Network.  But, we also want to thank the generous businesses who support the Children's Miracle Network!

Stephanie, over at How To Survive Life in the Suburbs is spearheading the #MiracleMom initiative in London, ON.   Stephanie's dedication to giving back to our community is inspiring and I am so pleased to try to do my part as well.

Poag's Jewellers in Strathroy, ON is a dedicated supporter of the Children's Miracle Network and the group of bloggers who are working to bring awareness to London Children's Hospital. 

Together, Stephanie and Poag's is offering a great giveaway!  Head over to How to Survive Life in the Suburbs to enter to win  Dimple Fingerprint Jewelry! (this giveaway is open to Canada, specifically the SW Ontario region as you need to get to Strathroy to make your unique jewelry)

Thank you to Stephanie and Poag's for paying it forward. 


Stephanie said...

I can't thank you enough for your continued support!
I know donation dollars are spread thin this time of year for everyone, but for me the Hospitals and foodbanks will always get first priority.

Happy New Year!

Paula Schuck said...

I am just seeing this new post and fundraising initiative now and I fully agree and support it too. This is where the money should go when people have any to spare. Children are always our greatest resource.