Monday, December 10, 2012

GET & GIVE AWAY!!!

Seriously, I could not be more excited about today's post.  I have been working on this for weeks now (when I, clearly, should have been doing things like wrapping gifts and grading papers), and it is finally time to announce...
The Prizes*...

1. Deborah Needleman's book The Perfectly Imperfect Home.  This was written by the founder of Domino Magazine, and I think the title does the talking.  The Nester talks about this book all the time, and I finally couldn't resist anymore.  I love the concept behind the book, and as an extra bonus, it looks stylish just sitting around the house. The two copies - one I ordered for myself, of course - came this weekend, and it is beautiful!  Seriously.

 2. A handmade infinity cowl.  In case you didn't know, these things are all the rage this year!  My friend Libby makes and sells them from her blog, and they are heavenly... So soft and warm and easy to wear.  I have an oatmeal one, and Libby is busy now knitting another for my lucky reader!

3. A Maybook 2013 Day Planner This is my "go to" gift this season.  They are so cute and designing them is super easy (and fun).  I'll even let you choose your own design! ;)

4. A JCrew Factory iPhone 4 Cover I have used JCrew covers on my phone for almost a year now.  I love them because a.) they are adorable (and you know that is important to me), and b.) they are durable.  Unlike most of the other trendy covers I've seen, these are made out of a rubbery plastic (instead of hard) that gives it some 'bounce.'  Trust me, if this thing can survive Sam's ringer... It can survive pretty much anything.

5. An Arielle Necklace in Turquoise from Crystal Faye.  I've been really into statement necklaces all year, and I've got no intention of stopping any time soon.  I just love this necklace! Period.

and...

A $100 donation to the charity/cause of your choice from E, Myself, and I.

The Details...

There is really nothing fancy about this.  In fact, I totally realize I can't compete with some of the (15 million) amazing giveaways going on in blog-world right now... I honestly just wanted an excuse to buy lots of fun things for YOU, my wonderful readers, this holiday season.  And ALSO, I feel very fortunate that this little blog has been able to bless me (in a small, but not insignificant, way) financially this year, and am happy to be able to "give back" a little bit.  I'd say that calls for a celebration!

Of course, I couldn't resist the opportunity to try out the Rafflecopter we've seen so much lately...  There are lots of easy (and fun) ways to enter... I hope you will oblige!

a Rafflecopter giveaway


The contest will be open until December 20th, and I will announce the winner on Friday the 21st.

  That's all. 
Are you in?
*This give away is 100% sponsored by me. I purchased all of these goodies myself, and was not paid in any form to talk about the products or the individual stores/shops.  These came straight from my own Christmas Wish List and are products I genuinely use/like a lot!

196 comments:

  1. Awesome giveaway! I would give the $100 to the SPCA!

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  2. You're too cute (and nice)! I'd probably donate the $100 to the March of Dimes ...

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  3. Autism speaks, a charity close to my heart.

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  4. How sweet are you?!?! My favorite charity is our local Children's Hospital, CHKD.

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  5. So generous of you and fantastic items all around!! I would probably give to Voices 4 The Voiceless, they are planning a trip to Uganda right now!

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  6. Wow! This is so fun! My favorite charity is Gateway Christian School in Blacksburg, VA :)

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  7. Awesome giveaway! I would donate the money to Neighbor to Neighbor.

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  8. What an awesome giveaway! I would choose Mercy House Kenya!

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  9. Such fun stuff! I would donate the money to living water international.

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  10. I would choose Be Free Revolution!

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  11. I would choose Forgotten Children Ministries in Tegucigalpa, Honduras. www.fcmhonduras.org

    What a fun giveaway!

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  12. Exciting! I'd probably choose our local animal shelter.

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  13. I would donate to the March of Dimes.

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  14. I would donate to The Water Project!

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  15. Great giveaway! I love the giving back to a charity part!

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  16. My husband and I have a sweet friend who is a full time missionary to Honduras. She has single-handedly established a children's home & Christian school called Destino del Reino. I'd love to send her a little extra $$ this holiday season to spoil her kiddos with.

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  17. LOVE this idea! I would give to Autism Speaks!

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  18. Very nice! I would choose the pregnancy care center. I volunteer there!

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  19. What a great giveaway! I would give to my local United Methodist Children's Home :)

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  20. Love this! I love the concept- so unique and perfect for the season!

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  21. I would donate to Intermountain Children's Home. It's a home for kids who are severely emotionally and physically abused and can't form healthy relationships. It's in Montana and my dad is the president of their leadership council. It's a great organization.

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  22. What a great idea. I would choose to donate to the Lamb Center, a local group here in Virginia that works to help the homeless.

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  23. I would donate to Noah's Children. A pediatric palliative and hospice organization! They do amazing things for children with life threatening illnesses.

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  24. What a great idea! I would donate to the March of Dimes.

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  25. I would give $100 to the Faces of HOPE - a nonprofit in Richmond, VA that helps impoverished kids fight childhood obesity.

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  26. This is SO awesome! i would give $100 to Dallas Children's Medical Center.

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  27. I would donate to Compassion International. What a fun giveaway!!

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  28. I would donate the money to Hope for the Hungry. www.hopeforthehungry.org

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  29. I would choose St. Jude! I was a Tridelt in college and continue to support them :).

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  30. Great idea to have a giveaway to a Reader's Choice of Charity! Billy Graham Evangelistic Association or Compassion International are two that I would love to support.

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  31. What a great giveaway! Thanks for doing this! If I won, I would donate to the Wounded Warrior Project.

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  32. I would give to the United Way... what a great giveaway!

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  33. Fun giveaway! I would choose the YMCA.

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  34. Awesome giveaway! I think I would probably donate to Oasis of Hope (http://www.debbiesoasis.blogspot.com/). It's a home that takes in minors who are sex trafficking victims in PA.

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  35. This is wonderful! I would love to donate to Heifer International this year!

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  36. This is such a fun giveaway! I would donate to either Compassion International or Project SAFE, a local domestic violence support center. Thanks for doing this!

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  37. Great giveaway!!! My mom is in town until this Thursday am. Would love to drop in and see you and Sam if it works out on Tuesday or Wed. afternoon. Let me know! Jen

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  38. Awesome give a way! I think the charity piece is a really great idea! If I could donate, I would donate to the Lymphoma Society in honor of my husband's father who passed away ten years ago.

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  39. This is so great. I'm thinking the National Alliance to End Homelessness or Amnesty International.

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  40. This is a wonderful giveaway! I would give the $100 to The Methodist Home for Children and Youth near my hometown.

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  41. Grt giveaway! I would donate to St Jude's.

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  43. What a wonderful giveaway!!!! I would donate to a local family in need (if possible)! OR, Special Olympics...I am a Special Education teacher and would LOVE to help some of our kiddos!

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  44. I love that this giveaway is sponsored by you! Not something we see much of from "popular" bloggers :) So THANK YOU!

    I would donate to Meals on Wheels. I used to deliver for them, and the people we saw were so grateful for not only the meal, but just to see a friendly face every day.

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  45. You are so generous! My charity of choice would be the domestic violence shelter in my hometown.

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  46. What a wonderful thing for you to do. Any charity would be lucky. I think I would donate to Ronald McDonald house. That charity is special to my family and we always give back to them when we can!

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  47. I would give to African Bible Colleges, to help pay for an African to study in Malawi!

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  48. I would want my donation to go to Saint Judes Childrens. I had a preemie baby in February, who had to be in the NICU for 5 days for severe respiratory issues. We were very blessed that he was a champ and pushed through. I know my situation doesn't compare to many families out there with very sick babies, but my experience opened my eyes even more to what families go through. This program does so much research, assistance, and all around care for thousands of sweet, precious babies!

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  49. Great Giveaway! I would choose a foundation I work with that helps Missionaries back in the states on Furlough.

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  50. Love this! I would choose SPCA!

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  51. I would give to the March of Dimes, because they helped pay for her open-heart surgery when she was a child. They're the reason my mother and I are both alive today.

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  52. I would give it Miracle Hill. It's a local charity in my hometown that helps in so many different areas: substance abuse, homelessness, foster care, etc. Plus it's Christian based.

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  53. I would give to the Salvation Army. They do so much good for communities! This is a great giveaway idea!

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  54. i would give the The Ramp School of Ministry. they have helped to change the lives of the young people from my town in so many ways that it would be great to give back.

    this is the only giveaway i've ever participated in so obviously i think it's thebomb.com

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  55. What a fun giveaway! I would pick Compassion as my charity!

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  56. As a mom of a preemie, I would give to the March of Dimes!

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  57. Love the giveaway. I would pick the Salvation Army as my charity.

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  58. Awesome giveaway! I would give to the American Red Cross..when my husband needed to be flown home from Iraq for an emergency, they were amazing to work with and so helpful! Our troops need their continued support :)

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  59. What a wonderful idea! Love that you're encouraging GIVING rather than simply getting (although getting is great, too ;))! I would give to World Vision, a charity that is near to my heart.

    Thanks for this great post and for getting people so excited to GIVE!

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  60. I would choose Amanda the Panda, a charity that helps families who have lost a parent in the past year. They give out a present a day to the families for the month of December

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  61. I would donate to the North Carolina Childrens Hospital a foundation close to many of my friends and their children.

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  62. I love this concept and how special of you to include a charity donation! I would choose Big Brothers Big Sisters we often give to them instead of gifts for family that "has it all."

    I am not much of a comment-er but really enjoy your blog!

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  63. I would have to think abut the charity thing! There are so many that are near and dear to my heart.

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  64. I'd like to research local charities to donate to.

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  65. So great! The Ronald McDonald House is near and dear to our hearts and where we normally try to donate!

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  66. I'd like to donate to a high school girl I know working in Uganda trying to raise money for teacher housing!

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  67. great ideas for gifts if i am not the winner! i would donate to the bradley free clinic in downtown roanoke (they do dental work and as my husband volunteers there it seems like it would be a good fit) thanks for doing this!

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  68. I think I would have to give it to a little charity I just learned about called "A Small Hand." It collects items for babies in need.

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  69. I would donate the money to Arts Build- a local non-profit in Chattanooga that creates many arts opportunites in the city.

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  70. i would give it to fair goodmothers in columbus, ohio. they provide prom dresses (and self esteem) to high school girls that can't afford to purchase dresses.

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  71. I would give it to the New England Organ Bank. My dad received a heart transplant last year and we are forever thankful for this miracle. I'm a registered donor but it would be wonderful to donate $ to help with the costs associated with raising awareness. What an awesome giveaway. Thanks E!

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  72. I would give the money to Samaritans Purse.

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  73. Cool. Wondering if I could give the money to myself ?? We are raising money to move to Uganda for 2 years to work with a local church. BUT if I can't give it to myself, I'd donate it to Amazima, a charity in Uganda.

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  74. Awesome give away! I would donate to "To Write Love On Her Arms". After my sister lost her husband to suicide, we discovered this amazing organization. They are very deserving of the donation!

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  75. This is a great idea. I would donate to Big Oak Ranch. It's a Christian organization that gives homes to children who need them.

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  76. This is awesome!! Thank you so much for doing this! As an English teacher and love of children I would donate to the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia. :)

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  77. I love this! I would chose Susan G. Komen for the Cure if I won because my mom is a breast cancer survivor. My fingers are crossed!

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  78. Great giveaway! I'd donate to a local animal shelter.

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  79. What an awesome giveaway! I would donate $100 to St. Jude Children's Research Hospital in Memphis, TN.

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  80. I really do love your blog! It's the FIRST one that got me to do the blogging thing. I'd donate the money to the Go Lucy Go! Foundation. Read more about it at www.erikandkatekrull.blogspot.com

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  82. I'm not sure what just happened, so I'm going to try again! I'd donate the $100 to our local children's hospital, CHKD. Here goes nothing! :)

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  83. What an awesome giveaway! I would give to the A21 campaign. The are working hard to put an end to human injustice (aka, human trafficking).

    This is an amazing giveaway! :)

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  84. I would give to Room for Grace,a part of Giving Hope Haiti. love all the fun stuff :)

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  85. I would give to Room for Grace,a part of Giving Hope Haiti. love all the fun stuff :)

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  86. I would choose our children's hospital CHKD as well. :)

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  87. I would donate to Pioneers, a mission organization my friends are a part of, or Mercy Health Center in Athens, Georgia.

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  88. I would choose VCU's Children's Hospital of Richmond.

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  89. This is so great! I would donate to the Animal Humane Society.

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  90. I would donate to either Alzheimer's Research or Prevent Child Abuse America! What a wonderful giveaway!

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  91. Wow! What a giveaway! I would give the $100 to Restoration Ministries... a ministry that seeks to bring healing to men, women and children who are caught in the trap of sex trafficking and lead them to the freedom of Jesus Christ.

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  92. I LOVE the prizes! I would donate to St. Jude in Memphis, TN or the children's hospital, Blair E. Batson, in Jackson, MS.

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  93. This is such a great giveaway! I would donate to Children's National Medical Center (in Washington, D.C.). My sister is a childhood cancer survivor, and had wonderful care at Children's.

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  94. This is such a great giveaway! I would donate to Children's National Medical Center (in Washington, D.C.). My sister is a childhood cancer survivor, and had wonderful care at Children's.

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  95. This is awesome. I would choose St. Jude children's Hospital.

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  96. I would choose Ronald McDonald House.

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  97. Thank you so much for doing this! Such a great idea! I would give to St. Jude's!

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  98. this is so fun! I think I would give to St. Jude's as well!

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  99. This is really great! If I had $100 to give to the charity of my choice, I'd opt for The Red Thread Promise and their efforts specifically in Haiti.

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  100. Awesome! I'd give the $100 to The Mercy House Kenya.

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  101. I would choose Young Life!
    Awesome give away, E!

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  102. I would choose International Justice Mission.
    Love this idea!

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  103. I would give mine to World Vision, an amazing charity that changes countries by changing villages, one step at a time!

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  104. I need that cowl in the worst way! In fact I may need to check out Libby's blog after I finish entering the AHH-mazing giveaway. My charity du jour is our local women's shelter. xo

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  105. I would choose Rafiki International, which runs Christian orphanages/schools in Africa. I LOOOVE that you are using a giveaway to give to charity!

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  106. I'd give $100 to the Siblings Australia program. A organisation that supports siblings of kids with disabilities. Too often they are they forgotten about.

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  107. Fantastic idea. I would give it to The Road Home, which helps homeless families around Madison, Wisconsin.

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  108. This is an incredible idea! I would choose Heartline ministries :)

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  109. Yay so fun! What an awesome gift to give to charity. :)

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  110. I love the gifts and the giveaway. I would give the donation to the Aflac Cancer Center at Children's Healthcare of Atlanta. Thanks for the great giveaway :)

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  111. Wow - love this! The 'get' prizes are fantastic, but I would be even more excited to gift $100 to Amazima Ministries :)

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  112. Love the cell phone cover!
    Carley

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  113. They are opening a new Ronald McDonald house in our area, and need funds to finish it. I have been wanting to support them, and this would be the perfect way to give more than I would otherwise be able to!

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  114. I would choose the American Cancer Society

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  115. If I win, I'd love to donate the money to the CCA (Colon Cancer Alliance). Just lost my grandmother to CC. Thank you for hosting. What a great giveaway.

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  116. I'm a pediatric cancer nurse Johns Hopkins Children's in Baltimore, MD and I would give your generous $100 to one of my patient's charities that helps cancer kid families with the huge hospital bills- especially those facing bankruptcy!

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  117. I would give money to Friends for Life Medical in my local town.

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  118. I would donate the money to Compassion International.

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  119. love this! i would donate to the Ronald McDonald house!

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  120. these prizes are great! i'd donate to show hope, an organization for orphan care:
    http://www.showhope.org/

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  121. What a beautiful way to give back!

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  122. I would give it to the Kennett Education Foundation.

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  123. St Jude is always my first choice in charity to donate to, I have seen first hand how wonderful they are to everyone and the stress relief that comes with not having to worry about financing your childs care.

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  124. I would choose for the money to go to a soup kitchen ministry that I worked with in Athens, Greece. Every Monday night, it is packed full with hundreds of homeless middle eastern refugees who are using Greece as an avenue to Europe.

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  125. I would love to donate to St. Jude Children's Hospital. Both my daughter's philanthropy organizations in college were St. Jude. We al learned so much about their philosophy, organization, and the children they help every year. I thank God everyday for the beautiful healthy daughters I have and feel blessed to be able to financially help St. Jude every year. Hi Elizabeth, it's Betsy. Can't wait to see you today. Happy Holidays to you, Jeff and Sam.

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  126. I would love the use the money to give toward my YoungLife ministry. To use it toward a camp scholarship for a student at East Rockingham High school!

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  127. Best giveaway ever! If I won, I'd give the money to a fund through my church for families adopting children. :)

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  128. This is such a great idea! My initial thought is how much I love hearing when people go to restaurants on Christmas and leave a generous tip for the server. It's just a great way to bless someone generously in an unexpected way.

    I'd also love to support Young Life!

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  129. Love that necklace!! I would donate the money to Northfield Ministries, a residential eating disorders treatment facility.

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  130. This giveaway is awesome! I would donate the money to St. Jude Children's Hospital. I have four healthy children and I don't take one single second for granted. I know St. Jude's puts all their money to great use.

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  131. i would donate to some friends who are having a tough time financially this year. love this.

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  132. St. Jude's and/or Friends of Animals-Park City

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  133. The Salvation Army for the work they are doing for Storm Sandy Victims.
    Thank you for doing this during the holiday season!

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  134. The Salvation Army for the work they are doing for Storm Sandy Victims.
    Thank you for doing this during the holiday season!

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  135. Awesome Giveaway!!! I would love to give the $100 to an orphanage we love in West Africa! Every dime helps with doing God's work!

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  136. I am passionate about the Nicaraguan Orphan Fund. My son is vice-president of the JMU Chapter, and will be traveling to Nicaragua for the 5th time during his Spring Break in March. I am so proud of he and all the students for the difference they are making while there, 1 child at a time! :)

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  137. I would choose Greater Cincinnati Urban Young Life! I am a YL leader in this area and it is a great mission.

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  138. What a neat giveaway! I would choose Life Network, a sanctity of life ministry that serves women and families in my town.

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  139. i would donate to samaritan's purse.

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  140. I would donate to Young Life. What wonderful gifts!

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  141. I would donate to Habitat for Humanity.

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  142. This is such a wonderful idea! I would choose the MS Society!

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  143. If I won I would give the money to a young couple who's son was born premature- he has been in the hospital since he was born and has some major surgeries coming his way... Their medical cap will end soon and will not cover a lot of his bills. They are now placed in Boston far from home and she was forced to quit her job. I know that it would be such a blessing to them!

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  144. This is such an awesome giveaway! Kudos to you for giving back. I would donate to St. Jude. I started volunteering w. St. Jude at a local radiothon in college and after graduation I had the privilege to volunteer on a regular basis for galas, radiothons, golf tournaments, walks, etc. For my 25th birthday my husband and I went to Memphis to tour the hospital and see it in action and make a donation of toys we collected for my birthday. Although families go through some of the hardest times while at St. Jude it truly is an amazing place, so full of hope and happiness/positivity and every doctor, nurse, and staff there are so passionate about finding a cure. I'm honored to be able to give back a little of my time to such a worthwhile cause .

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  145. The ASPCA, I'm a huge animal lover :)

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  146. Mocha Club - a ministry that gives food and water to those who need it all for the cost of 2 mochas!

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  147. Definitely March of Dimes in honor of my friends baby

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  148. I would do G-Pact for myself. I have Gastroparesis. My stomach doesn't work and it is a great way to get the word out.
    Jamie Pennington
    j-pennington@live.com

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  149. I would donate to the Humane Society here in town or one of our mission programs at our church. What a great giveaway idea for this time of year!! -Nina

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  150. Great giveaway! I would give to compassion I ternational

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  151. I would donate to my local Pregnancy Center.

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  152. My favorite charity is the Salvation Army. They change lives with the smallest resources. I worked there for the Christmas season, my first year out of college. Their ministry is like the loaves and fishes every single day. I would love to help them achieve their goals.

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  153. Oh gosh, I'd have to think about it - probably a pregnancy resource center, or possibly World Vision (Like stuff from their Christmas giving catalog)? Something like that!

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  154. I would donate to All God's Children, the local foster-to-adopt agency that is helping us get our kids! Thank you for doing this :)

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  155. I would give to our local Rescue Mission--I happen to work there as a teacher!

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  156. Thanks for the give away! I would give the money to Young Life for a student at Hershey HS to go to summer camp.
    -Melody

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  157. I would donate to my local food shelf, they are always in need this time of year.

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  158. Thank you for the opportunity of a great giveaway. Your post on what teachers love to receive had me in hysterics! As you can probably guess, I am a teacher too! I would donate the money to Alzheimer's Association.

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  159. I would give the money to the Iowa Donor Network. My brother, at age 25, died in a car accident almost 5 years ago. He was able to donate his heart, liver, kidneys, eyes, skin, bones, and many tissues. He saved and improved so many people's lives! The Iowa Donor Network was so good at helping our family through this tough time and I would love to be able to give back to them to help promote Organ and Tissue Donation!

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  160. I would give the money to St. Francis of Assissi

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  161. Tough choice, but I think I would give to Compassion International.

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  162. I would give the 100.00 to The Loma Linda Ronald McDonald House in California. Our son was a patient at Loma Linda Children's Hospital for 11 months while he battled brain cancer and soon after a stroke. If it wasn't for the "house that love built," we would not have had any where to sleep. The house was right across the street. My husband and I would take turns sleeping in our sons room and then one of us would get a good nights sleep at the house. I never wanted to leave his side.
    He passed away after that 11 month battle. I am so thankful that the LLRMH was there. They are the kindest, most loving people. I hope to just win the 100.00. I am always trying to find ways to give a small portion back to the house.

    You are so sweet to do this giveaway. The prizes are beautiful.
    Merry Christmas,

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  163. Hi!!! Lovely giveaway! Thanks for the opportunity! I'd donate to juvenile diabetes foundation. :) personal ties!

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  164. Just gave a Maybook journal to our friend in common, Libby Ryder, for Christmas and I would LOVE one for myself :) Also, I'm a JCrew girl in every way. love you for doing this! I'd give the charity donation to YoungLife to go towards kids going to summer camp to meet Jesus!

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  165. I would give to my local childrens hospital, the Hospital for Sick Children!

    -Heather

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  166. I would give to Mocha Club! I've given to them before and really love what they are doing : )

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  167. Cool idea! I would give money to the Christian Appalachian Project. They are close to my heart!

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  168. So great. I would love to donate to Young Life!

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  169. E, this is a wonderful idea for a Christmas giveaway!!

    After losing my mother to breast cancer in June, I would absolutely want to donate to Susan G. Komen.

    Whether I win this giveaway or not, I am very suspicious that I will own that planner by New Year's Day. :)

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  170. Great idea! I would donate to Campus Crusade or the Crisis Pregnancy Center.

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  171. I would love to win something like this and give the donation to the Now I Lay Me Down to Sleep organization.

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  172. Thank you for a wonderful giveaway! I would donate to the local children's hospital in my area.

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  173. I would donate to Parental Care Ministries!

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  174. I would donate to the Heartline Maternity Center in Haiti.

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  175. I could give the money to the Halo Fund at CHKD.

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  176. I would donate the money to a great, little charity based out of Fort Wayne, Indiana called Kate's Kart. This group gives books to children in hospitals and the organizer is my former youth group director.

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  177. I think I would give it to Refuge of Nations, a Christian organization in St. Louis that supports local refugees and immigrants.

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  178. I think I would give $100 to Compassion International.

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  179. I would give to Pioneer Bible Translators

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  180. I would give it to Tubs 4 Kids, a charity that helps foster kids who are being placed in a home with things of their own

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  181. I would give to My Sister's House

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  183. i would give to the families of the sandy hook tragedy. elizabeth, you are so sweet to do this!

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  184. great giveaway, E! I'd love to donate to my local animal shelter.

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