Tuesday, November 24, 2009

"Thank You for Making a Difference" campaign {GIVEAWAY}


The Dove mission is to reach 5 million girls with self esteem programming by 2010. Since 2005, the brand has reached over 3.5 million girls globally. In fact, every time you buy Dove beauty care products your purchase supports the Dove Self Esteem Fund. This fall Dove launched the "Thank you for Making a Difference" program to thank supporters for building girl's self esteem and to invite everyone to share their stories about making a difference in self esteem.


You can support the Dove Self-Esteem Fund simply by entering your Dove UPC here and selecting a charity. For every UPC code entered, Dove will donate $1 (Maximum donation of $500,000) to inspiring self-esteem programs at a charity partner of your choice. Select one: Girl Scouts, Boys and Girls Clubs of America and Girls Inc.
To celebrate this wonderful campaign DOVE has offered a couple of great giveaways!!


GIVEAWAY:

Two lucky readers will receive a "True You" Workbook as well as a DOVE product!!
To Enter:
DOVE want to know what have you done to help raise someone's self esteem.

For EXTRA entries:


You can gain extra entries by doing any of the following listed below!


YOU MUST LEAVE AN ADDITIONAL COMMENT FOR EACH OF THE FOLLOWING THAT YOU DO TO EARN AN EXTRA ENTRY!!!!!


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2. Post our button on your blog. Grab the code from the box below!




3. Blog (or share on Facebook) about the giveaway with a link back to the giveaway!


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7. Send out a Tweet on Twitter about this giveaway with a link to the giveaway!

THIS ENTRY IS UNLIMITED ~ SEND AS MANY AS YOU WOULD LIKE EACH DAY!!!
GIVEAWAY @staceymoore Win a prize package from DOVE ~ Please RT



*This contest will end at Midnight on Dec. 10th!!

**This giveaway is for US Shipping Addresses Only**
***The winner will be picked with the random number generator!!!
****Thanks so much for entering****



This post was written as part of a program for Rocket XL and DOVE, who provided the products for my use and giveaway. I was not compensated in any way except for the complimentary products.

38 comments:

Lori Sifuentes said...

I try to say something nice about how my mom looks everytime I see her.

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I give my sister compliments and encourage her to engage in activities that make her feel good.

Jennifer said...

I tell my daughter that she's beautiful AND smart. I want her to feel like she can do anything.

Jennifer said...

I'm an e-mail subscriber.

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Michelle said...

I teach preschool... I try to say only good things about all of the children in my class... I think that every little thing matters.

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Charity said...

I try to go out of my way to praise when someone tries to do a good job. Even if it isn't how I think it should be done or something.
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Charity said...

I am also a subscriber:)

Charity said...

And a follower:D

Paige said...

I try to notice when people look different or especially nice and let them know. Little compliments really do help.

Thank you for the contest.

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lmurley2000 said...

i try to give a good comment to everyone i see
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Randolph County Antique Club said...

i have a daisy girl scout troop (1st graders) - we work on self esteem alot! one of the many things we do is: we stand in a circle and compliment/affirm one another. the girls BEAM with pride when someone compliments them on a character trait that they've worked hard on. ((love my daisies!!))
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mandala said...

I believe that self-esteem can be enhanced by allowing people a sense of efficacy - in my work as a therapist that means helping them see their strengths and/or building on their strengths through skill-building exercises and in developing a positive regard of who they are, limitations included.

Misty said...

my sister recently had a nerveous breakdown and was put in the hospital for some mental health issues. before and after she was admitted we talked all the time and i went to visit her. i would give her encouraging advice and tell her some of the thoughts she was having about herself wernt true and giving her good thinks to think about herself.
thanks for this opportunity. if i win this i know she would love to receive it as a gift.
got my fingers crossed.
mommy2skie@yahoo.com

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Veronica said...

I have six children, but only one daughter. I am always letting them know how beautiful they are (or handsome) and praise them for all their accomplishments.

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Veronica said...

I am an email subscriber

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I follow this blog on facebook.

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Jenny said...

Every day, I see a fellow mom at the bus stop and I always tell her how gorgeous she looks.

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bleatham said...

I tell my daughter and her friends that they are pretty every time I see them. They are tweens and need the encouragement!
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Diana D said...

We has our daughter enrolled in a modeling class when she was only 12. This really helped her. It was a wonderful program centered on so many helpful things for a young girl's growth.
Thanks for the wonderful giveaway.

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