2014 March of Dimes March for Babies Raffle!

Posted on | May 12, 2014 | 5 Comments

Updated with winners! I’m sorry it took me so long to announce them, we found out we could accept donations after the walk and I wanted to be sure everyone got theirs in. I should have added that to the post, and I’m sorry for anyone who was waiting! Here are the winners of each, and I will be emailing you with info on how to collect your prizes! THANK YOU everyone for your amazing donations – we raised $2570 for babies!

Winners:

Tumbleweed store credit: Loni J.
Ergobaby: Amy S-K. and Ashley S.
LWPH quilt: Aubrey L.
Hello pullover: Rachel F.
Baby Jives credit: Brittany S.
Little Hipsqueaks credit: Jessica S.
El Sage credit: Diana L.
Wishing Elephant credit: Christy K.
Yarn Bombed Antler: Robin E.
Candelles credit: Rachel D.
Parker + Posie shoes: Denise A.
Mandarin and Mint bracelets: Geri T and Carly C.
Mandarin and Mint credit: Melissa B.
RBTL print: Meghan E.
Coconut Robot credit: Hallie H.
Peanut Gallery custom print: Brandee B.

I’m embarrassed to admit how long it took me to remember how to long in to WordPress, you guys.

HELLO! Remember me? Probably not and that’s ok. I thought I’d open up the old blog again for my annual March of Dimes raffle so here we are! If you’ve donated before, you know how it works – every $5 you donate directly to March of Dimes via my link gets you one entry into this raffle full of amazing prizes donated by amazing companies. Helping babies + a chance to win some fun goodies = always a good time in my book. I hope you’ll join us!

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Here is what is up for grabs with your donation:

$100 credit to Tumbleweeds Handcraft
One of two Ergos from Ergobaby
A striped toddler quilt from LWPH Sews
Adult pullover from Hello Apparel
$50 credit to Babyjives
$50 credit to Little Hip Squeaks
$50 credit to elSage Designs
$50 credit to The Wishing Elephant
A yarn bombed shed antler from Yarn Bombed Antlers
$50 credit to Candelles
A pair of baby shoes from Parker And Posie
One of two bracelets and one $25 shop credit to Mandarin & Mint
“You are my bucket list” print from RBTL
$50 credit to Coconut Robot

Your donation, no matter the amount, funds important research and programs that help babies begin their lives healthy. If you spend much time on blogs or social media, it’s probable you’ve come across someone who has been able to use the help of the March of Dimes. It’s a cause I really believe in and I can’t thank those of you who donate enough. In the 5 years I’ve walked I’ve been blown away by the support of my team members and readers who donate. I’d like to thank all of you in advance, as well as the lovely people linked above who have donated their time and creativity to help me raise even more for babies. It means so much, thank you all.

Entering is easy! Every $5 you donate (directly to March of Dimes) is one entry in this raffle. You donate $20, your name is in the “hat” (aka, my spreadsheet of awesome) 4 times. Simply click here, donate (credit/debit and PayPal are available) and you’re in. Again, if you’ve already donated via my link, you’re already entered. Many of you helped me get to my goal and surpass it last year, so I know I can count on you. It’s the price of many peoples daily coffee fix. I’d love it if you’d consider putting it here instead today.

I will draw winners and update this post next week after our walk (yep, mere days away – please help spread the word!). Let me know if you have any questions and I will answer them as soon as I can! Thank you so much!

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Comments

  • Denise

    Done.
    You’re awesome ;)

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  • http://gaborousseau.tumblr.com/ Gabrielle Rousseau

    Welcome back :)

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  • Savannah

    Thanks for organizing!

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  • Heather

    you’re the bomb.com

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  • http://bringingupbaby.tumblr.com/ jss

    Hey lady, did you ever announce winners for this giveaway?

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