October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and, in honor and remembrance of the brave battles being fought by way too many of my family and friends, I will be running a series of posts of ways in which we can each help, even in the smallest way, in the fight against breast cancer.
Because, cancer needs a good old fashioned virtual bitch-slap!
For the first time, Snapfish is offering free greeting cards to encourage consumers to share their support with someone they care about with messages such as "Thanks for Your Support" and "Thinking of You."
Here's how it works.
Throughout October, users can log on to Snapfish.com and send free photo greeting cards, as well as purchase calendars, photo books, notebooks, notepads and stickers at the Snapfish BCA Store to benefit BreastCancer.org.
That's right, unlike some other pink ribbon campaigns, you don't have to buy a thing -- just send a card to a friend, or family member as a way to simply say, "Just so you know, I'm on your team!"
Use code SHARETOCARE at checkout by 10/31.
Also, as part of the campaign, Snapfish will donate 30 percent of all proceeds from the sales of select photo books, calendars, notebooks, notepads and stickers to BreastCancer.org, a non-profit organization dedicated to providing the most up-to-date, reliable, medically-reviewed information on breast health and breast cancer.
Great; anything else?
Snapfish is also inviting its customers to participate in a "Share to Care" photo contest, encouraging them to share with the larger Snapfish community the ways that they personally support the fight against breast cancer.
Twenty winners will be selected to receive a $300 donation from Snapfish in their name to the breast cancer organization of their choice.
Because, nice matters and breast cancer sucks -- consider yourself bitch-slapped!
DISCLOSURE: NO PAYMENT, PRODUCT OR ANY OTHER CONSIDERATIONS, BESIDES A CHANCE TO GIVE CANCER THE BITCH-SLAP IT DESERVES, WAS RECEIVED FOR THIS BLOG POST.
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