Breast Cancer Awareness - General Mills Prize Pack Giveaway

We've discussed on this blog before how much cancer sucks. SUCKS big time. Every version of it sucks.The breast version is the focus of October and I'm wrapping up breast cancer awareness month with a quick-very quick-giveaway in respect of those who have or have had breast cancer.

This is a great prize pack supplied by General Mills - coupons for 3 free boxes of cereal, a coupon for a free yogurt, some pink bedazzled headphones, a nice water bottle, a gym bag, and a killer cookbook.

Find hope. Be inspired. Know you are not alone. Join the 2011 Pink TogetherTM campaign - now in its fifth year of celebrating hope - by visiting PinkTogether.com to connect with a unique online community of people who have been touched by breast cancer and share a passion for the cause. Individually we are strong, but together we are stronger.
You can visit and enjoy PinkTogether.com on Facebook. You can join the community by sharing stories or  posting comments. General Mills is donating $2 million to the Komen organization - TWO MILLION DOLLARS. We all heart you GM.
This year, for the first time in its five-year history, at PinkTogether.com consumers can choose how $1 million of this donation will be shared 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. Visit PinkTogether.com from September 19, 2011 through April 14, 2012 to make your choice. Results will be announced on Mother’s Day 2012 – Sunday, May 13.
When will the madness end?? Why are so many women AND men suffering from cancer? I'm so over it.

To win this awesome prize pack:
Leave a comment about how much you hate cancer.

Contest ends Friday, November 4th @ 5:30pm


Disclosure: The Pink Together prize pack, information and coupons have been provided free of charge by General Mills through MyBlogSpark.

5 comments:

  1. JC said...:

    MIL is going through the treatment. She is a very good baker, however due to the cancer she doesn't have lots of energy to deal with it. Cancer sucks big time.

  1. Brian Miller said...:

    i def hate cancer...my dad has had over 100 surgeries for skin cancer, my uncle has throat cancer and my cousin testicular...had my own scare here recently but cutting out the lump it was found to be non cancerous. cancer sucks!

  1. Nat said...:

    This post came at a the perfect time; I just got an e-mail from the mom of my good friend who passed away from cancer over a year and a half ago. Suddenly, great memories, and sad memories, are flooding back and I am reminded, with great enthusiasm, that cancer indeed does suck.

    Sarah inspired me with her brave fight against cancer and amazing attitude while going through the whole ordeal, but to be honest, I would rather have found inspiration somewhere else and have her sitting by me today. Cancer sucks.

  1. Cancer took my grandmother.

    I hate cancer.

  1. Julie said...:

    I hate cancer-one of my best friends
    died from it
    thanks
    aunteegem@yahoo.com

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