If you haven't donated yet and would like to win a sweet pair of EDIT Moustache Mittens, not to mention helping out a good cause, head on over my Mospace! I'm part of the Lethbridge College Students Association team, and collectively we have raised over $1010.
If you haven't donated yet and would like to win a sweet pair of EDIT Moustache Mittens, not to mention helping out a good cause, head on over my Mospace! I'm part of the Lethbridge College Students Association team, and collectively we have raised $875 so far.
My good friend Joanne has offerred up a pair of her famous EDIT mittens, as a prize for anyone* who donates to the Movember cause from my Mospace. Take a look at these beauts:
Why? Because my grandfather suffers from prostate cancer, and 1 in 7 men will be diagnosed with it each year. I feel that awareness for this type of cancer goes often unrecognized in the media and community, and want to bring it to the forefront of people's minds.
The way it works is easy. Go to my Mospace and click "donate to me" under my gaudy profile picture.
*The mittens retail at $45, so to qualify anyone who donates at least $20 will be entered to win. For every $5 above that amount, you will receive an additional entry. So basically, a donation of $30 will get you 3 entries.
On my profile page, it lists the names of those who have donated to me. This is how it will officially be tracked, so anonymous donations won't work here.
So please, help raise vital funds and awareness for men's health, specifically prostate cancer and male mental health initiatives.
If having happy, yellow flowers in your house isn’t reason enough to buy some daffodils, consider that April is Daffodil Month. By buying some flowers, you help support the Canadian Cancer Society:
The money raised during Daffodil Month makes a real difference. It helps the Canadian Cancer Society fund life-saving cancer research, provide up-to-date and reliable information about cancer to the public and deliver community support services.
Help brighten up you home and the lives of those affected by cancer!