March of Dimes partnered with eBay to raise money for their nonprofit organization. As a mother of twin premies, it is a cause that I fully support. March of Dimes is well-known for helping mothers bring babies full term and educating women about healthy pregnancies. Remember, March 31 is the last day for this sweepstakes. So we have to pull together quickly and support the cause.
So far, these organization have not raised even half of the intended goal. For each collection a person creates, eBay will donate $1 to March of Dimes (up to $25,000 total).
Readers, moms and dads, I need you to help support this cause. Together we can bring awareness and help March of Dimes get the money they need to do the amazing work that they do for families.
How can you help this cause?
Answer the following question in a savvy way. States, what you are born to be? Create a collection using#ImBornTo for a chance to WIN a $5,000 eBay shopping spree. Sweepstakes ends March 31, 2014.
How can you create a collection?
Were you born to introduce new digital inventions to the world? Prepare create masterpieces like Van Gogh? To qualify for the $5,000 eBay shopping spree, each collection you create must:
The collection I created was #ImBornTo Shop I added lots of eBay items I love. Join me in spending the hours creating collections to help this wonderful cause.
Reader Response: Please leave your collection name that you created in the comment section so we can check it it and support you as well.
About March of Dimes
The mission of the March of Dimes is to improve the health of babies by preventing birth defects, premature birth and infant mortality.
Go to ebay.com/curateforacause, sign on to eBay with your eBay User ID and password and click “Get Started”. Once you have successfully registered for the Sweepstakes, you will receive one (1) entry in the Sweepstakes each time you create a qualifying collection during the Promotion Period. Online sweepstakes entries must be received by 11:59:59 PM PT on March 31, 2014 in order to be eligible.
I wrote this post while participating in a SocialMoms blogging program.
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