Remember this past March, when I told you about Kinder’s partnership with the Children’s Miracle Network and their A Joy to Share Program? It’s a program, that helps raise money for the Children’s Miracle Network giving them the ability to help hospitals and families around Canada. It’s a program that seriously rocks both my world and my tear ducts.
Each year as the holidays approach, Corey and I have this HUGE desire to teach our kids to want give to others. We both feel a greater desire to give than to receive and it’s something we want desperately to impart on our children. Whether it’s sharing part of your lunch with the kid at school who doesn’t have one, or putting pennies into the Salvation Army Christmas Kettles – doing what you can to help someone else is what the holiday season is about.
Just a few of the treats the Kinder “elves” shared with us!
I think that’s part of the reason the A Joy to Share program really touches me. Not only are the people at Kinder & the Children’s Miracle Network doing something to help others, they’re also giving us a chance to help too!
This year, Kinder has launched A HUGE giveaway to support their A Joy to share program. The Giveaway started Nov 26 (which I bet you saw on our Facebook page once or twice already!) and will continue on for 10 week days, sharing 7,500 coupons for FREE Kinder Mini Eggs (keep in mind unlike traditional Kinder Eggs, these are filled with a gooey, yummy hazelnut cream filling, so they’renot nut free) – that’s 750 coupons a day!
It doesn’t stop there though, this year Kinder has a really great video on the A Joy to Share page about the Martin family, and how they’ve been blessed by the Children’s Miracle Network. For each person who shares the video on Facebook Kinder is going to donate $1 to the Children’s Miracle Network. So please, if not for anyone else, for me – go watch the video, click share and do something extra for someone else!Disclosure: I’m part of the Kinder® Mom program and I receive special perks as part of my affiliation with this group. The opinions on this blog are my own.