Friday, October 24, 2008

FORD Warriors in PINK House Party {Giveaway}



We were totally excited when we found out that we had been selected to host a FORD WARRIORS IN PINK House Party!!!!!! Just look at all of the gifts that we were sent:


The purpose of the House Party was to show off our Ford Freestyle, support the fight against breast cancer, watch a hilarious new show, Kath & Kim (featuring a special breast cancer theme)... and have a blast in the process!

GIVEAWAY:

Would you like to win you own Ford Warriors in PINK Gift Bag that all our guests took home?
To enter:

1. Leave me a comment letting me know which charity are you most passionate about!!!


For EXTRA entries:
1. Subscribe via feed reader or email (and let me know in a seperate comment) and you will have an extra entry!!


2. Post our button on your blog (and let me know in a seperate comment) and you will have another extra entry.


3. Blog about the giveaway with a link back to the giveaway (and let me know in a seperate comment) and you will have another extra entry!!!





**This contest will end at Midnight on November 2nd!!
***The winner will be picked with the random number generator!!!
****Thanks so much for entering****

272 comments:

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Mommyhood is Thankless said...

Heifer International, last year I sent a ton of bees to villages. I did it for the comedy of it and the charity. The teach people how to care for their donation animals and make money or live off them. I laughed giddily (maniacally)as I imagined them simply getting a package FULL OF BEES in the mail. But thankfully for them (not my sense of humor) that isn't the case!

By the way, everytime I hit your page the music scares me half to death!

mommyhoodisthankless{AT}gmail.com

Mommyhood is Thankless said...

I blogged about your giveaway: Here

mommyhoodisthankless {AT} gmail {DOT} com

Mommyhood is Thankless said...

I have your button on my blog:Here

mommyhoodisthankless {AT} gmail {DOT} com

Mommyhood is Thankless said...

I am a subscriber!

mommyhoodisthankless {AT} gmail {DOT} com
legacyofbrutalitysa {AT} gmail {DOT} com

Abby said...

Breast cancer awareness most definitely! My best friend was just diagnosed :(

ajcmeyer AT go DOT com

The Mom said...

Right now it's the CCFA Crohn's Colitis Foundation. My husband has had Crohn's for 16 years and hopefully one day he will be able to say goodbye to all his meds!

Chrissy said...

I am most passionate about the fight against ALS (Lou Gehrig's Disease). Thank you!

- Marybeth I. said...

Amnesty International

- Marybeth I. said...

your button is on my blog!

- Marybeth I. said...

I'm a subscriber!

danandmarsh said...

placed your button on my blog
Danandmarsh In Oz

danandmarsh said...

posted about this awesome giveaway here:
Ford Warriors In Pink House Party

danandmarsh said...

Hi, I am already a subscriber!

clenna said...

Yankee Golden Retriever Rescue League - it's a great organization for saving Golden Retrievers.

clenna said...

I am a subscriber

Mistress Meeyee said...

North Shore animal league is one of my charities and so is Saint Judes

Mistress Meeyee said...

I got your feed.Now a subscriber.

Mary512 said...

My favorite charity is the Susan G. Komen Foundation. Great giveaway, thanks!

Mary512 said...

Blogged ya:

http://mommyland512.blogspot.com/2008/10/ford-warriors-in-pink-giveaway.html

Thanks again!

Tim said...

My wife is a supporter of the Susan G. Komen Foundation. Her and my daughter are 2009 Boston Breast Cancer 3-Day walkers. I am active getting food for our local food bank.
Thanks for the giveaway.


http://tim04901.blogspot.com/

micaela6955 said...

My fave charity is the Waterville Area Humane Society, just came back from a craft fair today that helps the animals....

micaela6955 at msn dot com

Kristinia - Loving Heart Mommy said...

The Crohns and Colitis Foundation, I'm hoping and praying for a cure! I have Crohn's Disease and I will tell you its a daily battle and unfortunately the medications dont' do much for me!

phillipsonlygirl at gmail dto com

Kristinia - Loving Heart Mommy said...

We are subscribers!

phillipsonlygirl at gmail dot com

Kristinia - Loving Heart Mommy said...

Your button is on our blog!


phillipsonlygirl at gmail dot com

Anonymous said...

I'm passionate about caringbridge.org. It's a online website to help family & friends connect when a loved one is going through a difficult accident, or illness. It's a free service. It's a godsend!

hawaiiorbust@hotmail.com

reb said...

Breast Cancer Awareness.

rebbi511 at peoplepc.com

cdziuba said...

I am most passionate about the Shriners. They care for children free, especially burn victims. cdziuba@aol.com

agordon10 said...

American Heart Society. We have lost mor ethan one relative to heart related illness.

linda a said...

As a breast cancer survivor, I donate to The American Cancer Society. I also donated to the Susan Koman Foundation....Thank you

elmomomi said...

I am an avid ASPCA supporter :)

Anonymous said...

I am a colon cancer surviver. Of course I support the cancer society. I also support my local church and their missionaries. rzerbe6462@comcast.net

peg42 said...

Thank you so much for this giveaway. I'm of supporter of two , The American Cancer Society and St. Judes Hospital. Thanks so much.

deb126 said...

My favorite charity is the Susan G. Komen Foundation.Thank you for the great giveaway, would love to win

Linda said...

I am a supporter of the American Heart Association.

Linda said...

I am a subscriber.

Ginny said...

WWF is one of my favorites. Another one I do a lot with is Second Hand Rose by me. They help women that deal with domestic violence. Great charity!

Anonymous said...

My most supportive campaign is Mental Health Awareness with the Mental Health Association.

Nora
neneelynn@yahoo.com

Sonya said...

ST. Jude is our charity of choice. Thanks for the chance.

AmandaK said...

The most charity i'm so passionate about is the American Cancer Society. Ever since my aunt died in 2005 from stomach cancer, I want to help other people who are going through what my family went through. No one should ever be alone when dealing with the death of a loved one who died from cancer.

orchestratenoise0726[at]yahoo[dot]com

AmandaK said...

I am a subscriber!

Sonya said...

Your button is on my sidebar. Thanks!

Sonya said...

I'm a subscriber. Thanks.

doozercries said...

The charity that i really am thankful for is goodwill. I really try and donate a lot of my unwanted clothes that are just sitting in my closet. It just makes me feel really good to know that someone could use these items.

denice p.
doozercries @ yahoo.com

Princess Golden Hair said...

the Susan G. Komen Foundation is such an important charity but one I wish did not exist. i wish that there was no such thing as breast cancer. I wish that there was a cure for breast cancer. I wish that more women were able to get the medical help they needed early on. That's a lot of wishing but in the meantime i support the the Susan G. Komen Foundation

Sandy said...

favorite charity is susan komen mrs.mommyyatgmail.com

Sandy said...

subscriber mrs.mommyyatgmail.com

windycindy said...

Hello, I give what I am able to many charities. The Humane Society and the
Juvenile Diabetes Research are very close to my heart. Many thanks, Cindi
jchoppes[at]hotmail[dot]com

LJ said...

St.Jude is our charity of choice!

windycindy said...

I am a subscriber! Thanks, Cindi
jchoppes[at]hotmail[dot]com

Caligirl said...

I often give to the Humane Society.

Kimberly said...

I am very, very, very passionate about Relay for Life and Childhood Cancer charities. Our little friend Kasey (10) has brain Cancer. He's such a fighter! He's my hero!!! Even when the cancer looks like it's getting the best of him he comes through and fights it off. He's such a brave little boy. NO CHILD should ever have to deal with Cancer (or adult either!).

We also do the Juvenile Diabetes "Walk for a Cure" each year in support of Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation.

Thank you for a wonderful giveaway.

HunnyV "at" Optonline "dot" net

Kimberly said...

I am a subscriber to your blog.

HunnyV "at" Optonline "dot" net

Kimberly said...

I have your button on my blog, SheScribes "dot" come (about 1/2 way down in the middle).

HunnyV "at" Optonline "dot" net

Nikki said...

Definitely Susan G. Komen! Great giveaway!

Estelle said...

My most favorite charity is the SPCA. They help so many animals in need.

Estelle said...

I'm a subscriber!

Nikki said...

Oh and I'm a subscriber :)

deanhome (at) mail {dot} com

chrystalsaid said...

after the death of my greatgrand mother and twice being scared with my grand mother I am most passonate about Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation

Tanya W. said...

I'm very passionate and hopeful about a cure for Breast Cancer...already subscribe! Thanks for the entry!
twincere(at)hotmail(dot)com

Anonymous said...

USO

David Bertolo said...

NORML

Michele said...

I'm a subscriber!

Thanks so much!!
Michele R.(CA)
luvkittysmeowmail@gmail.com

Michele said...

I'm passionate about the Susan G. Komen Foundation, The Chronic Pain Foundation, and the Crohn's Colitis Foundation because these are all conditions that affect people that I love, including myself (RSDS and Fibromyalgia).

Thanks so much!!
Michele R.(CA)
luvkittysmeowmail@gmail.com

patty said...

There would be 2 equal. American Cancer Society and Humane Society.

skytoucher said...

I am most passionate about the Ehlers-Danlos National Foundation since I have Ehlers-Danlos, and my father died of complications of this heritable connective tissue disorder. EDS made me more vulnerable for a host of other rare medical disorders including lupus, R.A., M.S., myasthenia gravis, spasmodic torticollis, tethered cord syndrome and a vestibular-cochlear stroke. I have three bleeding disorders because of EDS as well.

Nancy said...

United Way is our favorite charity.
Nancy
allibrary [at] aol [dot] com

Jackie P. said...

Susan G. Komen and American Cancer Society are my favorites.I have a sister and my young daughter-in-law who were both diagnosed within days of each other.

Jackie P. said...

I blogged about your giveaway.

Jackie P. said...

I have your button on my blog :)

traymona said...

The American Heart Association is my favorite charity because heart problems run in my husband's side of the family.
traymona[at]aol.com

Anonymous said...

i think all charities-are great.i'm very passionate about feeding and clothing are forgotten children.although all cancers and other diseases are very important- children who are homeless-can help themselfves.

stephanie m
richmond,va

idahomom said...

American Cancer Society. There has to be a cure.

malleycc said...

National Down Syndrome Association.

Sara said...

The Red Cross is my favorite - so much of donations really go to good works, not just overhead

Tobye said...

Wow, that music startled me! I am most passionate about Nothing But Nets, a program helping prevent malaria.

Linda White said...

breast cancer and ALS


frogz60@hotmail.com

brooke said...

I'm involved with so many but currently the two I am focusing on are Greyhound Welfare (rescuing and rehoming retired racing greyhounds) and Toys for Tots... But with my DD medical issues we have started with John Hopkins also... wiicked13 [at] yahoo [dot] com

Amy said...

I am most involved in charities that deal with children and animals. I often donate my time to helping children in need.

wigget said...

my favorite charity is make-a-wish because kids deserve to have their dreams fulfilled

Croasla0 said...

I love compassion international. I sponser a child from Burkino Faso and recieving her letters makes it all worthwhile!

lauren
croasla0(At)Sewanee.edu

Joanne said...

favorite charity is the Susan G. Komen Foundation and the local Food Bank

sue14625 said...

AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY-MOM DIED OF CANCER

DePro said...

My favorite charity is the SPCA since I'm such an animal lover.

monky said...

The American Cancer Society

:) Thank you for the wonderful giveaway! :)

donna gonzalez said...

i am a big fan of st judes, as well as the shriners and ronald mcdonald house-they each do so much each year-they never turn a child/family away and they do it on donations-how fantastic is that? i also support several animal groups-like wwf, and the humane society, and freekibble-where you can donate free food to dogs and cats daily with just a click-www.freekibble.com

KLM39 said...

I am passionate about charities for pets.

Viv said...

I'm most passionate about the Humane Society and other charities that deal with helping animals.

tatertot374 said...

Thank you for having this. I am with Breast Cancer awareness. I lost my grandmother due to this so it is very important to me. THank you!
tatertot374@sbcglobal.net

redron said...

Breast Cancer awareness. My mother and grandmother are both survivors.

torinem said...

Operation Christmas Child is a great one for the holidays!

Sunnyvale said...

Any children's legitimate charity

Mia J. said...

I am most passionate about helping my local food bank.

detredwng9 said...

i'd have to say the rsd foundation in maryland. suffering from this disease for the past 4 years and in hopes of a cure.

Armywife73 said...

Since we're military..my most passionate charity is: Fisher House Foundation.

abrockelman73[at]yahoo[dot]com

mverno said...

lung cancer

marte said...

My charity is Breast Cancer Awareness. I tried to host a Pink House Party but due to so many applying I was not chosen. That is ok. I would love to win this pack and share with my cousin who was recently diagnosed with Breast Cancer, and has fought through treatment like a Warrior. Thanks for making this possible. martsart@comcast.net

Kirby McCauley said...

I am most passionate about helping out the transplant team at Methodist Teaching Hospital here in Memphis. They gave me an extra year with my grandfather!

carissaad said...

I'm equally passionate about Susan G. Komen for the Cure and St. Jude.

Thanks!

carissaad at aol dot com

carissaad said...

'm a subscriber.

carissaad at aol dot com

drala said...

Teammates for kids.

Garett and Maquel Christopher said...

I donate to The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. They are always one of the first to arrive at any catastrophe.
maquel@emmiekate.com

sito50 said...

The Salvation Army. They reached out to me when I was having a hard time so I do whatever I can to support them now.

boobles2 said...

The cancer and Heart are my two favorite charities.

dhunt said...

I blogged about your giveaway.

dhunt said...

I blogged about your giveaway.

kygirl said...

susan komen

risanjax said...

My favorite is the Red Cross with the blood drives. It is a way to give life to others.

Deborah said...

This year, my favorite charity has been GreaterGood.org.

JulieMoe said...

Humane Society

Sara said...

susan g. komen

ronald said...

the green mountain club because it keeps vermont trails happy!

jilshan98 said...

Susan G. Komen. Thanks for the contest!!

llinda29 said...

The Lee Conlee House (domestic violence)

Lynn said...

I would have to say I'm most passionate about Juvenile Diabetes because my son was diagnosed 10 years ago when he was only 4.

valerie2350 said...

Samaritans Purse - we've enjoyed putting together gift boxes for them

kendra22 said...

my local homeless shelter that i am active in supporting ! thanks for the giveaway !

ky2here said...

H.I.V. charities, local and national such as AmFar and GC/EFA.

vboackle said...

mda.in particular help for those with lou gehrig's disease.

banquetbabe said...

The Boys & Girls club

msrodeobrat said...

aspca, i have the desire to help animals who are unable to stand up for themselves

Think about it said...

adoption - thier are soo many kids out thier who need loving parents. so that is where my donation goes.

heaventrees said...

There are several I am partial to such as Susan G. Komen, but my favorite is Texas Equasearch.

Jean said...

I have several, but I donate mostly to our local CT Hospice organization. I used to work there.

Parva x said...

I'm most passionate about the ASPCA - there is nothing more heartbreaking than these poor, helpless, loving animals that need a good home.
parvax at aol dot com

Kris said...

The Smile Train.

They pay for surgeries to fix cleft palates and the like for children.

sarah said...

I try to support any charity that helps out abused and neglected children (such as St. Jude's Ranch) because my heart breaks for those kids.

Kristy said...

I am most passionate about Susan G Komen. My grandmother is a survivor.
ksieker(at)hotmail(dot)com

chris said...

Breast Cancer -- my family collects money and participates in the walk every year!! It's a great cause!

Ms. E said...

I am a strong supporter (and volunteer) for the Make-A-Wish Foundation and have been since my son had a wish granted back in 1994.

shelley said...

breast cancer and animal rights thank you.

margelina said...

Anything related to breast canvcer research.
margelina@comcast.net

heppy3 said...

The Cystic Fibrosis Foundation is my charity of choice having lost a brother to the disease.

Raquel said...

Humane Society. It is so sad to see so many animals needing a home, I give what I can to at least keep them comfortable while waiting for a good home!
authurs@centurytel.net

miriama said...

The Ovarian Cancer Research Fund

MoonMaiden said...

I'm most passionate about animal rights - like PETA, but I believe breast cancer awareness is equally important :) There are SO many worthy causes to support. I LOVE the Ford Warriors in Pink product line. *Thanks* for the giveaway!

ols[dot]moonmaiden[at]gmail[dot]com

megankortepeter said...

I volunteer to proctect those who can't protect themseleves. I support Prevent Child Abuse Indiana.

MoonMaiden said...

I subscribe to your feed in Bloglines :)

ols[dot]moonmaiden[at]gmail[dot]com

MoonMaiden said...

Your button is in my sidebar:

http://cherylfree.wordpress.com/

ols[dot]moonmaiden[at]gmail[dot]com

MoonMaiden said...

I blogged about the giveaway:

http://cherylfree.wordpress.com/2008/10/28/all-because-two-people-fell-in-love-5/

ols[dot]moonmaiden[at]gmail[dot]com

angelface said...

Every year I pick an angel from the tree at my local supermarket -- to donate toys and clothes to a young child in my community. You've got to keep Christmas alive for children! But I also donate to breast cancer research every September, and then try for one other charity as well. ~ it's nice to see so many people donate and care!

Tiffany said...

The USO for me- the USO does such wonderful things for military members of all ranks and their families. From free lounges in the airports to shows for deployed troops and Sesame Street for their families at home, that's where our charity money goes every year. I have to admit I'm a military member as is my husband, and can't say just how appreciative I've been at times for the USO. One of my best memories ever was sitting in the desert watching some USO-brought comedians do a comedy show on the back of a flatbed truck with a few speakers on a 115-degree night. After being there that long, you can't imagine how wonderful a little break of comedy was. And the Talk, Listen Connect series for the children of servicemembers deployed and wounded is a wonderful project. Even the airport lounges- young kids on their way to their first assignments who just want a place to sit for a few minutes and have a soda free of charge (since they're also broke) is fantastic. So, I feel passionate about the USO- thank you USO volunteers!

elaina said...

I always donate to the Ronald McDonald House. When I was 11 years old, I contracted Lyme Disease and spent five months in a hospital in another city. My parents were able to stay free of charge near me because of the Ronald McDonald House. My family will always be grateful.

elaina said...

I have your button on my blog.

elaina said...

I subscribe!

Nikowa said...

Subscribed

Nikowa said...

I love the March of Dimes...

and the American Cancer Association. As a 2 time cancer survivor, this is great.

Stacie said...

I used to work for Hospice before I became a mom and truly felt that was where I was supposed to be. Then I got pregnant and have been a SAHM, but volunteer for Hospice, visiting patients every chance I get!
Staciele(at)netins(dot)net

judybrittle said...

The American Cancer Society is my favored charity. I have lost so many family members to cancer. Thank you so much!
judybrittle at aol dot com

judybrittle said...

I'm subscribed
judybrittle at aol dot com

Kimberly B. said...

The American Diabetes Association---for which I used to do a walkathon every year---and Defenders of Wildlife! I sponsored a sea otter last year!

pms3237 said...

I am passionate about breast cancer & women getting a mammogram as my mother died from breast cancer!

denyse said...

The SPCA

Smooshy said...

habitat for humanity!

grannyvon said...

Acts of Kindness which is a food bank in Andalusia, AL and Opportunity House in Opp, AL for families of domestic vilance. I also write and send packages to a soldier in Iraq.
Thank you for letting us plug out favorites.
ybutler@oppcatv.com

tiffanybeth said...

subscribed thru google
petteytiffany@yahoo.com

tiffanybeth said...

the aspca is my charity 2 donate 2
petteytiffany@yahoo.com

SeptemberLovely said...

Definitely ASPCA.

SeptemberLovely said...

<--subscriber!!! (well now I am!!!)

cathy54321@hotmail.com said...

I am passionate about Autism Speaks! Not only do I have an affected family member, but I also see lots of special needs children in our school system. These children have a lifetime of struggle ahead of them - advocacy through Autism Speaks is essential! Thanks!

Sharon said...

I am passionate about
http://www.youkskids.org/
it is run by my favorite Red Sox Player, Kevin Youkilis and his fiance. They $ raised, and love given, goes to local organizations here in the Boston area...they do ALOT! Very special organization. Thanks!

Sharon said...

have you on my sidebar. thanks again

Sharon said...

am a subcriber. thanks again :)

JH33194_2002 said...

Breast Cancer awareness and Juvenile Diabetes. My little girl had a friend for years that passed away this summer, he was 11. He had Juvenile Diabetes all his life and was well taken care of, but that just wasn't good enough.

Don A. said...

doctors without borders

deb126 said...

Havent really been much of a supporter in the past but recently got interested in the Animal rights its such a shame all the poor animals that are abused or neglected and we started donating to our local shelter to help with their costs and animals that need medications, thanks for the great giveaway, GLTA

silverbele said...

Susan B Komen Race for the Cure! We have a bus full comming from my neighborhood and I am the captain

lisagee said...

The local shelter and any animal rights organizations are my passion.

cathyhall said...

THe American heart association - I even just put their link on my blog because of this blog! There is a massive history of heart disease in my family and its a silent killer - my dad was just 48 when he died of a massive MI.

At our wedding, my dad wasn't there and we asked for donations instead of gifts, sweet but sad times.

cathyhall said...

I subscribe

chicohog said...

My favorite charity is Wings of Eagles. They help cancer families with gasoline, phone cards, and postage stamps. This doesn't seem like much, but often, it makes the difference in living a more normal life.

TheresaJenkins said...

I'm a supporter of local causes and charity.we do quit a few one being YMCA handicap camp,we do a lot of volunteering with our local Motercycle club.

Belinda said...

I would pick St. Jude. Their research and care of sick children is critical to the area.
Thanks!
1bmore @ gmail . com

Christina said...

Christina - xristya@rock.com - I care about the Breast Cancer Foundation (especially now during
Pink October 2008) since I had two friends who were afflicted (one who died and one who had to have both breasts removed - the latter, however, is a free spirit and is very happy to be alive)! Money is truly necessary for research for a cure!

Lori said...

Red Cross

Diana rteezgirl (at) roadrunner (dot) com said...

Susan G. Komen for the cure!

Laura said...

I have two:
1. colon cancer because my Daddy was diagnosed with it and has had surgery and may now face more surgery and chemo

2. breast cancer because my Granny Doris died from it

trinitygsd at yahoo dot com

justeve210 said...

Any funding that goes towards breast cancer including susan k. foundation

just_eve210[at]yahoo[dot]com

kaylee8 said...

The United Way is my favorite overall!

theamira said...

I am passionate about the local wildlife rescue. theamira1970 at gmail dot com.

blacarly said...

I am devoted to the Ronald McDonald House for all the good things they accomplish for families.

Bonnie in FL said...

All the cancer organizations You see my husband had both colon and esophygus cancer last year and he is a survivor I am passionate about helping fight cancer because even tho he has survived my mother and father did not

Bonnie in FL
blday50@gmail.com

jillian3445 said...

Muscular distrophy and Susan Koman are very big to me.

rosannepm said...

Soldiers Angels

pauline15 said...

I'm a United Way fan and have donated to the organization for the past 18 years!

Andy said...

American Heart Association!!

Anonymous said...

childerns charities





majorjonjon@yahoo.com

Paulie said...

The Make A Wish Foundation is my favorite charity!

zwriter said...

I really work hard for the Susan G charity. It is my passion.

LINDALSHOT said...

CHILDREN INTERNATIONAL or anything supporting our troops.

aprilgup said...

I'm most passionate about the Susan G. Komen Foundation!

Anonymous said...

I volunteer at the Bread Basket and Appalachian Helping Hands clothes closet! Thanks! senekers@comcast.net

yellowlabs said...

The American Cancer Society

chromiumman said...

fija.org - the fully informed jury association

joannaonthelake said...

Cure Childhood Cancer Association is a local organization in our town. The name speaks for iteself, and this organization works to improve the lives of families coping with childhood cancer or a chronic blood disorder by providing emotional, educational, and financial assistance to the children affected by the disease and their families. I have been donating to them for over a decade now because I believe in their mission and want to directly help the children in our area and their families who are coping with cancer. Thank you for the opportunity to share a little bit about this organization with you all!
joannaonthelake@gmail.com

ChristiS said...

I'm most passionate about Compassion, and sponsoring a child that doesn't have the many opportunities that my boys will have in life. Thanks for the giveaway!

DEY said...

I do everything I can to help the American Cancer Society and also the ASPCA. Those are the two nearest to my heart! Thanks for the giveaway!

SeahorseLady said...

I'm passionate about helping Habitat for Humanity in the New Orleans area. They have done so much for our beloved city since Hurricane Katrina and continue to help people rebuild their lives. Katrina hit 3 years ago and it still looks like total devastion in many areas but I always see Habitat for Humanity out there helping. Too bad that our government appears to have forgotten about it.
We still need major help in and around the New Orleans area.

SeahorseLady said...

I'm also a subscriber and enjoy listening to your music while here.

tattwo said...

The Chicago Food Depository is a great organization serving so many. Thanks for the giveaway.

RE said...

There are so many great charities, its hard to pick one! This year our big donation will be going to our local no kill shelter. Thanks!

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