Giveaway: Share Hope and Inspiration with Breast Cancer Survivors and Supporters on Pink Together [Closed]

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Pink Together

While there are many benefits, events, charities, organizations, businesses and people who have dedicated their time, their experiences, their inspiration and their money to helping in whatever ways they can in the fight against breast cancer, there are still very limited resources for women who have been diagnosed with breast cancer themselves or who are close to someone who has been diagnosed to receive the support they need most. A diagnosis like this, regardless of the stage is absolutely terrifying, gut-wrenching, heart-breaking and truly difficult to go through, especially if you don’t have a rock-solid support system of various people around you who understand your grief and frustration and people who will understand while you go through the emotional roller coaster a diagnosis and treatment will send you through. But luckily, Pink Together was created just for this purpose.

Pink Together is a national campaign dedicated to supporting those impacted by breast cancer. Their website is a safe space where everyone can share hope and inspiration by sharing stories of breast cancer survivors and supporters within the community. Pink Together has already helped countless survivors and supporters of those survivors.


Watch other inspiring videos from the 2009 Pink Together Survivor Ambassadors

For the month of October, General Mills has come to the support of Pink Together and will be donating $2 million to Susan G. Komen for the Cure. They have also turned the packaging of some of their most trusted products pink for the month in an effort to continue to raise awareness about breast cancer.

Giveaway

Inspiring Hope gift basket

Thanks to Pink Together and MyBlogSpark, we have been given the opportunity to give away an Inspiring Hope gift basket that includes a sleeved travel mug, a running ribbon charm bracelet, a pink leather strap key chain, a pink cinch bag and a set of inspirational note cards.

All of the gifts in the Inspiring Hope gift basket are from Shop Komen, where 25% of the merchandise purchase price benefits Susan G Komen for the Cure in the fight against breast cancer. All of these fabulous gifts will remind you of how important the fight against breast cancer is throughout the entire year, and not just in October when we spread awareness for breast cancer awareness month. I can also personally attest that the sleeved travel mug is the absolute best quality travel mug I have ever found.

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This giveaway ends Friday, October 30th at 11:59 p.m. ET. This giveaway is open to all residents worldwide over the age of 18 at the time of entry. The winner will be chosen via random.org and contacted by email; they then have 48 hours (2 days) to respond to that email or another winner will be chosen.

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Disclosure: Pink Together provided me with the Inspiring Hope prize pack, information and giveaway through MyBlogSpark. All opinions expressed throughout this post are 100% mine.

88 thoughts on “Giveaway: Share Hope and Inspiration with Breast Cancer Survivors and Supporters on Pink Together [Closed]”

  1. The woman that inspires me most, in all honesty, is my mother. She has done so much for me and my sister and being a single mother never got her down. She was awesome. I hope I can be as good a mom as she is to us. šŸ™‚

  2. my mom and late grandmother inspire me most for their strong, resilient spirit and the way they made the most of what they had despite difficult times in the past.

    micaela6955 at msn dot com

  3. The video was awesome. It is nice to hear that pinktogether is established to help people with breast cancer. I have also participated in some awareness program to make people understand the effects of breast cancer. I will follow pinktogether in myspace.
    Hope you good work continues.

  4. My mom inspires me the most. She is a strong woman. She is 83, retired a few years ago from running a concrete business for over 60 years, raised 6 kids & a couple of grandkids, survived colon cancer & is still going strong. I wish I had her energy. šŸ™‚
    plb8156@aol.com

  5. The woman inspires me the most is my Mom~As my Dad passed away 2 years ago and right after he passed she got Cancer and has been fighting that since.No matter what happens she seems to always have a smile on her face šŸ™‚

  6. Of course my mother inspires me daily, especially now as I am expecting my first child. Her boundless love and support I can only hope to emulate with my children.

  7. My mom inspires me the most. She was a career woman before having kids. Then, when she became a mom, she was the most loving and devoted person you can imagine from home life to school to scouts to sports. She’s incredible!

  8. I donate to three of my friends who collect money for the NYC Breast Cancer Walk…they’re ALL survivors of Breast Cancer.

  9. My Aunt is a breast cancer survivor and she inspires me because after all she has been through she keeps a positive attitude.

  10. The woman that inspires me the most is my Aunt Judy. She is always doing doing doing for others. She never stops but she does it because she wants to not because she has to. She lets the things go that don’t need to be done and do whats needs done and always puts family first. She is not my mother but she has always been there for me, no matter what time of day or night or the reason and has never said “I told you so!”

  11. My best friend is fighting breast cancer with dignity and not complaining. She is an inspiration to all.
    pbclark(at)netins(dot)net

  12. The thing about the Pink Together Community that impressed me the most were the Ambassadors that shared their stories. Many managed to survive and thrive despite huge obstacles.

  13. On the Pink Together community, the forums are so inspiring and heartbreaking at the same time. It is unfortunate that so many women have had to face this awful disease.

  14. i saw lots of woman suffering from NYC Breast Cancer,they must participated in some awareness program to make people understand the effects of breast cancer for they survive

  15. The thing that inspired me the most about the Pink Together Community is the overpowering message of strength and hope. Years ago, breast cancer was a death sentence; today women are winning their fights against it.

  16. I have the best friend anyone could hope for, Carol. She inspires me with her incredible work ethic, she has survived 2 bouts of cancer and yet maintains and incredibly loving personality. You can’t help but love this woman.

  17. Iā€™m most inspired by my Mom who is currently undergoing chemo and radiation treatment for lung cancer.As she had surgery and the cancer returned..

  18. i’m amazed at how the Breast Cancer awareness has grown within the last 10 years! The community continues to grow and promote awareness.

  19. My mother is the woman who inspires me the most because I look at her when I am having a challenge in life and knowing that she has conquered her own challenges gives me guidance and hope that I am strong enough to conquer mine as well.

    madamerkf at aol dot com

  20. my mom who takes care of my grandmother (who has been ill for the past three years) via long distance and my father (who is courageously battling colon cancer) is a hero to me. she is always there for us kids no matter what is going on with kind words, a shoulder, advice, whatever we need.

  21. My grandmother inspires me most. She was diagnosed with breast cancer two years ago, and she doesnt let it stop her. She is strong and wont go without a fight!

  22. My Mom inspires me the most. She lost her battle with Breast Cancer at the young age of 49 years old when I was just 19. That has been 31 years ago next month.

  23. I contribute to Breast Cancer related charities and I am planning on participating in a 5k walk/run for Breast Cancer with my sister and niece.

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