Philips Healthcare Breast Cancer Awareness Initiative & $100 gift card giveaway (ends 10/15/13) #PhilipsBCA



Unless you’ve lived on a deserted island or “under a rock” for the past couple of decades, you know that October is officially Breast Cancer Awareness month. I’m sure you have seen a lot of advertisements about the cause as well as the infamous pink ribbon and other pink merchandise.

Here are some facts about this disease that I think everyone should familiarize themselves with. Not only women – men can get breast cancer too. My father had breast cancer back in the 80’s. He had to have his left breast removed. Back then the surgery wasn’t as nice and neat as it is today. He had a massive scar going across his chest.

Each year, nearly 1.4 million women are diagnosed with breast cancer. (Source: GLOBOCAN 2008)

Breast cancer is more common in post-menopausal women; however, people of any age can get breast cancer. Women under the age of 50, make up 25% of breast cancer cases. (source : Breast Cancer Society)

It is possible to pinpoint risk factors, i.e. inherited gene mutations, family history, and then makes lifestyle changes that reduce risks. However, breast cancer is not preventable and largely occurs by chance. Around 70% of women diagnosed with breast cancer did not possess identifiable risk factors. (source : Breast Cancer Society)

Mammography is the most effective method of early detection. Studies show that mammograms can spot tumors up to three years before they might be detectable by feel, greatly improving the prognosis. Early detection of breast cancer also means a wider range of treatment options, including less aggressive surgery and adjuvant therapy (source : Breast Cancer Society)

When detected early, the five-year survival rate for breast cancer is 98 percent.

Mammograms can spot tumors up to two years before you can feel them. Or that when detected early, the five-year survival rate for breast cancer is 98 percent (American Cancer Society)

Despite these facts – only half of U.S. women ages 40 and older got an annual mammogram last year (Medco Health Solutions Inc.)

I’m in my 40’s now. I have to admit that I haven’t had yearly mammograms. I know I should, but I find the experience to be uncomfortable. I have small boobs, and they are dense, so trying to get them to work with the “boob squishier” machine (as I call it) is easier said then done. I know that is not a good enough excuse. I should suck it up and deal with it for a few minutes – especially when it means it could save my life.

I am not the only one who makes up excuses. Some common excuses women make are;

“I’m concerned it will hurt.” – Yes, it is uncomfortable for many women, but the discomfort only lasts a few minutes. Isn’t your health and your life worth a few minutes of discomfort?

I’m worried about radiation.” – I am not an expert when it comes to radiation. I know there is a shield you can request for your neck area if you are worried about radiation. Talk to your doctor about this.

Breast cancer doesn’t run in my family.” – That doesn’t matter. Breast cancer can hit anyone at any time – women and men, teens and adults. No one is truly safe from breast cancer.

I don’t want to get bad news.” – Who does? Yes, it’s scary, but the key is early detection so you can get treated right away.

I’m just too busy.” – This is your health!!!! This is your life!!! I think it’s worth an hour of your time.


Philips is a company that cares about people. They want to improve people’s lives through innovation. When it comes to breast cancer awareness, Philips strives to make early detection and personalized care a reality for all women. rsonal, relevant & impactful. We have a constant dialogue with consumers across the world – learning what is important in their lives, what obstacles do they face, what are their hopes. In terms of breast cancer awareness, we strive to make early detection and personalized care a reality for every woman.

Philips is taking action to help fight breast cancer.  

In 2013, Philips continues to support Breast Cancer Awareness through its global, multi-year program

2013 marks the second year of Philips’ long-term commitment to improving the lives of people around the world by supporting Breast Cancer Awareness

Through its support of Breast Cancer Awareness, Philips wants to raise awareness for the importance of early detection, facilitate free testing to women and support ground-breaking international research through donations

Building on the technology, expertise and passion across its three sectors – Healthcare, Lighting and Consumer Lifestyle – Philips hopes to add meaningful and sustainable value to the cause and help drive the fight against breast cancer

As a part of Philips global campaign, Philips is:

    • Illuminating landmarks Pink around the world (more about this below).
    • Raising money for breast cancer research.
    • Facilitating discussions around the theme of breast cancer prevention with the importance of early detection and the importance of low dose mammography screening technology.

Philips collaborated with clinicians and researchers to help deliver the highest level of personalized care to women – especially those touched by breast cancer. Philips’ low-dose, advanced breast screening and targeted, image-guided diagnostic and treatment solutions are designed to be comfortable, accurate and tailored to suit the unique needs of women everywhere.

I like that Philips Micro Dose mammography provides outstanding images at an 18 to 50 percent lower radiation dose compared with other full field digital mammography systems, with an average dose reduction of 40 percent. That sounds pretty good to me.

The key advantage for patients is the lower dose offered by the Micro Dose mammography system. Women’s breasts are sensitive to radiation, and it is therefore crucial that the mammography equipment exposes women to as little radiation as possible. Micro Dose is tailored for high-volume breast cancer screening where a large number of healthy women are examined on a regular annual or bi-annual basis. The state-of-the-art ergonomic design, with warmed, curved breast support, enables clinicians to perform the examination in less than five minutes, and provides outstanding patient comfort. Built with both patients and clinicians in mind, as many as 15 four-image examinations per hour can be performed, while the ergonomic design helps reduce the risk of work-related, repetitive strain injuries to technologists.

If you would like to learn more about Philip’s Microdose Mammography please visit http://bit.ly/MicroDose.

This year, Philips Healthcare along with Philips Lighting, will join forces during the month of October to illuminate US landmarks in pink in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Please consider showing your support by visiting local illumination sights and sharing a picture on your social media sites, tagging Philips Healthcare (@PhilipsHealth) and using #PhilipsBCA #PINK.

Here is a list of some of the sites that will be illuminated (more sites will be added).

Philips Breast Cancer Awareness Ilumination Sites

Do you live near any of these locations? If so I would love to see photos of the illuniated sites. I hope you will take the time to snap a few photos and upload them on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Vine, Instagram and any other social media site that you use. Be sure to tag Philips in the photos and use the hashtags so people can find your photos. 🙂

For more information, or to join Philips in their movement, check them out on the various social media sites.

Twitter @PhilipsHealth

Facebook PhilipsHealth

Instagram PhilipsHealth

LinkedIn Philips Healthcare

For more Information, please visit: http://bit.ly/PhilipsBCA13

Philips prides it’s self on doing good things to help others. What would you do to help out others in need?

$100 gift card

I have a $100 gift card to give away to a lucky reader.

This giveaway is open to US residents only and will end on October 15, 2013 at 11:59 PM (EST). The winner will be chosen at random using a random number generator from all eligible entries. The winner will be notified via e-mail and will have three days to reply or a new winner will be chosen in their place.

To enter please comment on this post and tell me what good deed would you do if you won the $100 gift card? Would you donate it? Would you buy food for a needy family? Would you use it to buy school supplies for children in low-income families? Comment and tell me what “good’ you would do with the gift card (Obviously you don’t have to – but it sure would be nice if you did something good with it).

For extra entries you can use the Rafflecopter widget (below) but you must complete the initial entry requirements or the additional entries won’t qualify (I do check). Extra entries are optional.

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*I have partnered with Philips to bring you this important information however the opinions expressed are my own and not influenced in any way.

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  1. I knit prayer shawls sometimes when I have the yarn. This would enable me to purchase the yarn specific to the shawls and also some preemie caps and blankets.

  2. Stephanie Phelps says:

    I would go to the BOGO sales at my local store and buy them and donate the other!

  3. Mary Happymommy says:

    I would buy toys to donate to toys for tots this Christmas.

  4. jessica hager says:

    I would use it to donate some Christmas presents.

  5. I would get a gift for my friend who is under treatment for BRACII

  6. Cynthia R says:

    i would use it and give it to my friend, her husband passed away, with 3 kids things are hard.

  7. Margaret Smith says:

    Our church has a drive for toys each year for Christmas. You take names, ages, childs gender, from the tree and you buy age appropriate toys. I would love to use the card to buy toys for needy kids.

  8. Linda Stewart says:

    I have a former co-worker whose daughter was diagnosed with cancer at about 7 months of age. She is currently receiving Chemo treatments and is possibly facing additional surgery afterwards. I would give the card to them to help cover their travel expenses while she is in the hospital receiving treatment.

  9. Jessie C. says:

    I would buy toys for holiday toy drive events and food for local shelters.

  10. I donate gift bags with blankets to the heart wing at the hospital. I would do that for Christmas this year also instead of just in October.

  11. michelle cooke says:

    I would use it to help someone during the holiday season either food or gifts

  12. stephanie says:

    I would buy Xmas gifts for families in need

  13. Adrienne Gordon says:

    I’d use it for groceries.

  14. Brooke R. says:

    There is a giving tree for needy families at our mall. I would spend it to buy gifts, coats, clothes for someone on the tree.

  15. Lisa Brown says:

    I would use it to buy food items for our local food bank.

  16. I like helping the elderly. Its sad the shape our country has let them be in. So many have to choose between food or medicine. They can’t afford to heat their homes in the winter properly. So many have no family or family that has forgotten them so no one is around to help them out.

  17. I would buy toys to donate to the toys for tots program for Christmas

  18. I would like to donate to a local soup kitchen that I have donated to in the past. $100 feeds everyone in the soup kitchen for one dinner and you can be the guest of honor if you donate (I haven’t done that yet).

  19. I volunteer at the Sharing Center at a local church. It’s like a food bank – but in the church. Sometimes we have empty shelves lately, so I would use it to add to the shelves again.
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  20. Ashley Smith says:

    I would use it to donate it to the local school in my neighborhood. I come from a poverty stricken area and they really could use craft supplies for the elementary school.

  21. I would use some of this to donate towards the lions club

  22. I would use it to purchase my great deals and freebies I use with coupons. Many times I store them and have a donation closet. For a small amount of money I can get way more than I can use (usually toiletries but really expensive daily things people need.

  23. I would buy things with it and donate to a person or charity in need

  24. Selene M. says:

    I would give it to my daughter to help with the food expenses for our family’s holiday gathering at her house.

  25. Shannon Baas says:

    I’d help out someone that is being affected the goverment shutdown.

  26. I would take my mom and aunt out to a great dinner. Both are cancer survivors.

  27. I’d use it to buy diapers for our local day center for in-need women and families.

  28. Dana Rodriguez says:

    There is a canned food drive year round where we live called Harvest Hope and with the upcoming holidays I would purchase food to donate.I already have some items we will be giving to Toys For Tots.

  29. Traci Lynn Butler says:

    While grocery shopping I would get some items to donate to our local food pantry.

  30. Olivia Rubin says:

    I would use the money towards running in a 5k charity race Like some domestic violence runs occurring later this month. All proceeds go to AVDA.

  31. I would use it to buy groceries for a friend.

  32. Jessica To says:

    I would buy food for our food pantry at church.

  33. alicia k (Petite Pilates Pixie) says:

    i would use it to buy food to donate to low income families

  34. Kimberly Schotz says:

    I would buy groceries for an elderly neighbor.

  35. I would give it to my daughter’s school for the Out Reach program. The program works with students and their families to provide them with food and other items for the holidays. We always sponsor a family for both Thanksgiving and Christmas. So this would be awesome.

  36. Amanda Sakovitz says:

    I would buy food and donate it to our towns food pantry

  37. Thomas Murphy says:

    I would buy food for a needy family

  38. I would buy food and donate it to local food pantry

  39. Heather Hayes Panjon says:

    I Would Help A Neighbor In Need, Buy Groceries/ Clothing Items That They Need

  40. Kathy Luman says:

    I would give it to my son so he could buy something for his son ( my grandson) needed

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  42. I would give the money to my mom. She has Lupus and unable to work and It will help to provide for some of her needs.

  43. ellen beck says:

    I would buy cat food for the feral cats in the neighborhood. ( animals need help too)

  44. I would use it to help others out during the holiday season.

  45. Cynthia C says:

    I would make a donation to a local food bank.

  46. Every year at Christmas, my teens and I buy gifts for a local nursing home resident. Our local Walmart has an Elder Angel Tree that lets you do this very easily. It would be so much fun for us to have this gift card to use for that this year. The elderly people on the Angel Tree ask for the simplest things, such as socks, chapstick, kleenex, lip balm, etc . – things that we take for granted. This is a tradition that we do every year and my kids really enjoy it.
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  47. Desiree Dunbar says:

    I would donate it to the local food pantry. I subscribe to there emails and they are in need, especially now that it is getting closer to the holidays they could buy food to stock some shelves.

  48. Vicki Wurgler says:

    I would use it to buy food for our local food pantry

  49. Deborah D says:

    I would write a check for $100 to St. Jude Children’s hospital.

  50. amy pugmire says:

    I would give it to someone who could use the help during the holiday season.

  51. I would love to help a friend at work who is going through some tough times.
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  52. We have a Coats for Kids Program in our city…. this would make a nice donation.

  53. I would use it to buy food to donate to the school for the backpacks that get sent home on the weekends for kids who won’t eat otherwise
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  54. Sonya Morris says:

    I would buy some extra things for the baby or food corner at our church.

  55. I would use it to buy items for a family on Angel Tree

  56. Sheila K. says:

    I would buy groceries for my elderly neighbor!

  57. Marilyn Tuley says:

    I would make a donation to St. Jude’s Hospital, give a donation to the local Christmas Bureau to help families in need.

  58. steve weber says:

    I would donate it to breast cancer research.

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  60. Barbara Montag says:

    I’d donate the gift card to the organization I volunteer at for Toys for Tots!
    Thank you.

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  62. D SCHMIDT says:

    I would purchase toys and donate them to a local church for them to provide for children for Christmas.

  63. Emily Morelli says:

    I would buy toys for the Christmas donation truck at my child’s school.

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  65. Jennifer B says:

    my niece recently had brain surgery and is now in physical therapy she had large masses on her brain and while I am thankful it was not cancer she still has a way to recover and I would love to use this card to buy her something special or to help my family with medical bills or another need

  66. beth shepherd says:

    I would use it for groceries. thank you

  67. I would give the card to a family in need in our church.

  68. Kaci Guisinger says:

    I actually would love to win and use this on my mother. She has Fibromyalgia and her medication she is on is expensive. She’s disabled of course and cannot afford much. My husband and I try to pick up the tab on a few things for her every month and with Christmas coming this would be a complete blessing to her and I. =) Thanks for the giveaway and bless you for doing so.

  69. I would like to use it to donate food to my local food pantry.

  70. Melissa Hartley says:

    Well I am using it for Christmas presents for my family but I would also buy a gift for the Angel Tree to give to a child less fortunate .. thank you.

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  72. A local church collects coats for kids this time of year and gives it to them so they have a coat that fits for winter…I’d buy a few coats 🙂
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  73. I would give it to the local SPCA, where I volunteer part time.

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  75. Christina says:

    I would do one of two things – since my goddaughter has been going through chemo treatments, I would love to make a donation to the Ronald McDonald house and also to the infusion clinic (depending on what they had a need for at the time). Or I’d love to donate some blankets to the clinic where my aunts have received their chemo, they are always looking for blankets for the patients as they are usually cold during their treatments, having a nice cozy blanket also helps them rest better

  76. I would use it to buy school supplies for my daughters’ teacher. They start to run out of supplies at the end of the year.

  77. I’d love to pick up some supplies for a local animal shelter!
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  79. I would buy shoes for the “shopping closet” at my daughter’s school.

  80. I would take my sister-in-law, who is fighting lymphoma for the third time, on a girls day out.

  81. I will help a new mom in my community by making her family dinner…

  82. I would buy toys for toys fir tots
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  83. I would pass along to a family in need
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  84. I would buy classroom supplies for my son’s Montessori school.

  85. Suzanne K says:

    I would donate to my local horse rescue group

  86. Katie Amanda says:

    I volunteer at my local animal shelter every Sunday. It would be nice to bring them some much needed food and supplies.

  87. probably help a friend who just lost her job 🙁
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  88. Tabathia B says:

    I would buy food for the food bank here because their stock is low

  89. I would use it to donate food & blankets to my local animal shelter.

  90. I would buy food for a needy family

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  92. id help with the toy drive

  93. I would use it for our local toys for tots.

  94. Tiffani P. says:

    I will donate to one of the Christmas toy drives and let my 6 year pick the gifts. We’ve already been talking about this. Of course, He wants to buy Legos to donate. When I was growing up we always did the Christmas Angel Tree where you choose an angel from the tree with a child’s age and gender . My sisters and I each picked one and purchased a gift for that child. We really enjoyed doing it and its definitely a tradition I want to continue with my child.

  95. Mary Calabrese says:

    I would give it to someone who is HIV positive.

  96. I would buy food for our local food pantry that is always in great need

  97. Colleen Boudreau says:

    I would donate it.

  98. Darlene Jones-Nelson says:

    I would give it to the Homeless place in Kenosha Walk In My Shoes

  99. I would buy groceries for a family having hard times.

  100. Jen Haile says:

    I’d love to donate it to the local Salvation Army. They always do great work helping the local needy families.

  101. Daily Woman (Lacey) says:

    I would donate it.

  102. sherry butcher says:

    I would buy more dishes for the woman’s shelter, they need them for center and for women & families when they get to move on.

  103. Amanda S. says:

    I would use it to pay for shipping on shoeboxes that we pack for Operation Christmas Child!

  104. Alana Vester says:

    I would make sure that someone in need would get it.

  105. Alana Vester says:

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  106. sarah hirsch says:

    well, I need some new clothes because I lost weight, and I would donate all my ones that don’t fit anymore

  107. I would donate toys to needy families for Christmas!!

  108. Lisa Kerr says:

    If I won the gift card I would donate it to the local Food Bank in my area!

  109. Lisa Kerr says:

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  110. I already donate about 25% of my couponing to anne’s hope chest for the poor. That’s where I will help.

  111. Tari Lawson says:

    I would send a book to a friend and take my niece out for a well deserved “break” day.

  112. I would use the money to buy yarn to make some lap blankets for cancer patients in our local Hospice centers. I know they are always looking for items to help patients feel a little more at home.
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  113. I would buy pet food and litter for our local animal shelter.

  114. Jennifer T. says:

    I’d donate it to my local food bank.

  115. Debra Hall says:

    i would buy diapers and donate them to the churches food pantry

  116. Michele P says:

    I do coupons and refunds, and would use it with some great sales on personal care products to purchase some items for the local homeless shelter .

  117. Mary Casper says:

    i would buy a homeless person food and blankets

  118. We experienced the unexpected death of a close family friend last weekend. I would give this to his wife to use for their daughters Christmas or any other way she wanted.

  119. DorothyTeel says:

    I would use half for my family for the holidays and donate the other half to the local senior citizen center for holiday meals for home bound people.

  120. kyl neusch says:

    donate it to buy food

  121. I’d use it to buy some food for the local food pantries here

  122. I’d donate half to breast cancer research and the other half to childhood cancer research

  123. I would donate this to our church 🙂
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  125. Tara Liebing says:

    I would use it to buy Christmas presents for kids on the Angel Tree

  126. judy gardner says:

    i would use some of it to fill operation Christmas shoeboxes and our local fill the stockings for children who might not otherwise get gifts

  127. I would buy groceries.

  128. Eileen Richter says:

    I would love to gift to a needy family but that needy family right now would be my son’s family. They are getting their house sold out from under them from a family member and also was let go of a job. When it rains it pours. I’d give this to them for groceries or to save it to help pay for some semblance of Christmas for their kids, 8, 6, and 2

  129. We’ve been helping my daughter’s friend out – she is having a C section on the 14th and the “father” decided he wasn’t ready – now she is out of work for the baby and on top of it, her Mom just lost her job – so yes, we have been helping (a lot of prizes I have been winning are going to her) – we also just sent up 3 huge bags of food for her and her daughter (4 years old).
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  130. Maria Iemma says:

    My girlfriend was diagnosed with breast cancer and I would give her the gift card so she can use it to pay for meals for her family –

  131. This year we’re hoping to “adopt” a family for Christmas and this would really help us add some gifts to put under someone else’s Christmas tree!


  132. Cassandra Eastman says:

    I’d love to use it to buy toys and food for kids that won’t be getting any this Christmas!

  133. At the holidays, my family “adopt” a family. We would probably make this part of our gift for that. Thanks.

  134. I would donate pet food to our animal shelter.

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  136. Amanda Hoffman says:

    i would donate to the needy

  137. If I were going to do a good deed with the money, I’d choose either our local Ronald McDonald House or our local Make A Wish chapter.

  138. I’d buy some pet food to donate to the local animal shelter

  139. Nicole Larsen says:

    I would use it to buy winter jackets for foster kids!

  140. Renee Walters says:

    I would use it to donate some Christmas presents for kids on the angel tree.

  141. Annmarie W. says:

    I would love to take that $100 and buy a bunch of toys on sale and donate them to Toys for Tots this Christmas!

  142. I would buy things for the giving tree at our Church at Christmas to help a needy family

  143. i would give it to my husband. He is hard working man and so very proud of him.

  144. There is a teacher’s blog that I like to read for writing inspiration. His classroom is in desperate need of books. You can donate here: http://writingprompts.tumblr.com/

    I plan to buy some books for him, and some books for myself! 😀

  145. melodi mance says:

    honestly i would buy food for my family. in this economy we all need a little help.

  146. rachel travis says:

    I would use it to buy thanksgiving dinner for a family in need!

  147. Sarah Negro says:

    I would give this to my friend so she can buy extra goodies for her baby!

  148. janna johnson says:

    I would buy christmas gifts for a family in need.

  149. I would buy art supplies for my daughters school!

  150. I would use the gift card to buy school supplies to my son school, thank you!

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  152. A family member of mine lost their job recently, I would give the gift card to them.

  153. I would love this to buy for 2 children me and my family are buying Christmas for. We have 2 children who live near inlaws who have nothing and we love with all of our hearts. A girl in 8th grade and a boy in 5th grade who is deaf. It is hard to buy for a boy that age who is deaf most toys are sounds he needs vibrations. This would be so awesome to buy some clothes with for them also. Thanks

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  155. Susan Christy says:

    I have a friend with cancer and she has six kids, so I would send it to her for groceries, or gas to get to chemo.

  156. April Yedinak says:

    I would use it toward food for our local food bank. I also know a homeless man I would buy some meals for.

  157. I would use part of it to buy Thanksgiving dinner items for families in need. Our church does a collection every year. I would use the rest towards gifts for Operation Christmas Child (sending gifts to children in poor countries).

  158. I would use it to help my adult children out with gas, prescriptions, etc. for the family as times are touch right now.

  159. Katherine says:

    I would give it to Salvation Army for the coats and hats program they run

  160. jeanette sheets says:

    i would pay my neighbors rent she single has cancer and 4 children ,shes so kind and always willing to help u i follow bloglovin twitter email

  161. Deborah D says:

    your pinterest button is not working to pin the giveaway. The image does not come up.

  162. Nichole McKinnon says:

    get halloween party decorations for my daughter’s Girl Scout troop party

  163. kathy dalton says:

    i would sponsor a family for christmas. 20 years ago my house burned down and i had an outpouring of support from my community…i would love to give back

  164. I would split it between helping a friend stock his classroom for Special Ed students and buying needed supplies for the local animal shelter!
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  166. I would get some food for local food shelter.

  167. Stephanie Larison says:

    I would use it to buy toys for Toys For Tots coming up!

  168. Francine Anchondo says:

    I would buy groceries and donate to the food shelter

  169. I would give it to the ladies who knit for yarn to make blankets for our chemo patients.

  170. I would give it to a coworker who recently had to move in with her daughter due to money trouble.

  171. joseph gersch jr says:

    i will take my mother in law to dinner

  172. I would use it to help a local family with christmas presents

  173. Jill Myrick says:

    I would use this to buy a nice crib for my neighbor.
    She is currently nine months pregnant and has very little for the baby.


  174. Patty White says:

    I would use it to buy school supplies for my daughters school

  175. Patty White says:

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  176. Patty White says:
  177. I would love to use it to buy some Christmas gifts for the children in need this coming holiday season!

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  179. christina givens says:

    I would buy dog food for our local shelter

  180. I’d like to buy supplies for our local food pantry. We’re a small town, so they can use all the help they get.
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  181. sheri blessing says:

    I would use it to help a local sports team

  182. actually i’d treat me mom who’s bday is coming up to dinner and a movie

  183. Rebecca Lock says:

    I would buy food for the Christmas baskets that our church delivers every year.

  184. Susan Smith says:

    I would use it to buy food for our food pantry at my church

  185. We have a very good “no kill” shelter for abandoned pets. They can always use cash, food, blankets, medicine and more. $100 could go a long way for them.

  186. I would give it to my daughter. She could use it for things that her and my grandson need.

  187. I would make a donation to the March of Dimes

  188. I would buy food for a family in need.

  189. Lisa Garner says:

    I would donate this gift card to my schools Buddy Pack program that sends a backpack with food home on the weekend to low income students so they have something to eat while not at school.

  190. Donate to a charity in someone’s memory.

  191. Honestly I’d probably use it toward my daughters birthday! She’s turning 11 and wants a big party with a bunch of friends. It’s just not quite in our budget to have a big bash. This would sure help, and would make for one happy little 11 year old!

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  192. I am actually in the process of having a fundraiser for my boyfriend’s mother. We are trying to raise money to cover her medical expenses along with other expenses due to her economic struggle after being diagnosed. This gift card would go right toward her fundraiser. If anyone would like to donate please feel free! If not, show your support with the ‘hug’ button at this page. https://www.giveforward.com/fundraiser/hm83/joyce-aguileras-breast-cancer-fund
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  193. I’d use it to buy Christmas gifts to donate
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  195. Richard Hicks says:

    I would help our local animal shelter.

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  197. Paula Tavernie says:

    I would buy some toys and donate them to The Angle Tree for Christmas for children who need toys for Christmas!

  198. Mary Cloud says:

    I would use it to buy groceries – my kids school has a canned food drive coming up soon and we always donate to it
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  199. I would save it for later

  200. Terry Cross says:

    I would give it my daughter to help her get her kids things for Christmas

  201. MIchelle Fosnaugh says:

    I would use it for a Thanksgiving dinner for all the employee’s at my work who have to go in on Thanksgiving evening!

  202. Candice Hull says:

    I coupon, and I always love to try and buy extra things that I can donate to our local shelter and our battered women’s shelter. $100 can go a long way with coupons

  203. ellen casper says:

    I would use it for the Angel Tree at my church.

  204. Brittney House says:

    We would donate groceries, blankets, sweaters and other winter/fall items to our locate homeless shelter.

  205. Jennifer Reed says:

    I would use it to buy groceries for the food banks this winter season.

  206. sheryl cullum says:

    I would buy some food at the grocery store for our local food bank

  207. Nicole Millheim says:

    I would buy food for a family in need. I always help the needy and it just makes you feel good inside

  208. Noelle Cagle says:

    Honestly we would buy school books for my needy family. =)

  209. My friend Sherrie is having hip surgery in two weeks and I know she’ll need some things. Thanks for the contest.

  210. susan smoaks says:

    if i won the $100 gift card i would buy school supplies for the local elementary school. we live in a very poor area and they would really use the school supplies

  211. Amy Orvin says:

    I’d buy pet food for a rescue.

  212. Denise Donaldson says:

    I would put it towards a kitchen aid mixer for my sister

  213. I would buy some household items for the victims of the floods still struggling in my area- thanks!

  214. I would would give it to our local children’s home.

  215. Joanna Allison says:

    I would give it to my mom to buy groceries.

  216. I would buy toys for toys for tots

  217. Toys for tots this Christmas.

  218. I would be thrilled to buy a carload of toys, games, puzzles, books, and stuffed animals to donate to Toys for Tots this holiday season!

  219. Tanya White says:

    I would buy my daughters a new winter coat with it, they are in dire need of new ones.

  220. I’d buy school supplies for my children’s school

  221. Jeanette H. says:

    I would buy food for my college son who is broke and having no luck acquiring a job, even tho he worked 56 hours a week for a year before he went to college and has a good work history.

  222. Beverly Metcalf says:

    I would give half to Meals On Wheels and half to Toys for tots. Thanks!

  223. I would donate it to our local elementary school

  224. I’d buy food to donate.

  225. Donna Pyszk says:

    I love the Toys for tots program I would buy some toys to donate

  226. I would donate it to our local food pantry.

  227. Linda Peavy says:

    I would buy my mom a much needed printer.

  228. Our Wegmans has a fill the bus program going on, so I would use this to buy some food for that!

  229. Trisha McKee says:

    I would buy ingredients to make one elderly lady i know dinner. She lives alone and usually just makes herself a scrambled egg. I would make her dinner and eat with her and keep her company for awhile. Because while I really believe in helping at shelters and donating food items, i also believe in good deeds on a smaller scale, closer scale.

  230. Thanks for the giveaway…buy gloves & wool hats for homeless shelter.

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  232. Sherry Lilly says:

    take unemplyed friend to lunch

  233. I would be happy to use some of the gift card towards food for my local food bank

  234. I’d love to buy some diapers for a needy family