World Vision Canada Water Challenge Twitter Party REMINDER Tuesday May 3 #worldvisionwater
Join us this week as we discuss World Vision and their amazing work bringing clean water to areas of the world that struggle without access to this basic resource. On Tuesday, May 3rd we will be talking about some of the incredible work World Vision Canada does around the globe. We will talk about the World Vision Clean Water challenge and we’ll take a few minutes to chat about some of the ways we plan to have fun with water this summer too.
We have 3 Visa Gift Cards to give away with World Vision Water bottles.
$25 Visa Gift Card
$25 Visa Gift Card
and a grand prize of one $50 Visa Gift card
Don’t forget to put us in your calendar now and please don’t forget to pop by at 8 p.m. EST Tuesday, May 3rd. In the mean time you can read more about how our World Vision Water Challenge went last month. Please note that prizes are open to Canada only and you must be present at the party to win. We would love for any other countries to take part in the chat if the topic is close to your heart too. But prizes will be restricted to Canadian addresses.
Please follow our sponsor, a charity we love and have made a part of our lives here in my home. @WorldVisionCan
All questions will come from @LINKEDMOMS twitter handle.
You can help World Vision deliver clean water to more children and families in need. Donations can be as small as $25 a month.
Clean Water gifts from World Vision Canada:
- Clean Water gifts can be as little as $25 a month and make a dramatic impact.
- Children lead healthier lives and child death rates dramatically decrease due to a decline in diseases caused by unclean water, poor sanitation and lack of hygiene
- When children and families have access to clean water, it transforms every aspect of their lives. Together with improved sanitation and proper hygiene, clean water brings real change.
- Families spend less time apart when they have clean water because there’s less need to walk long distances just to collect the water they need.
I work with World Vision Canada from time to time and I help coordinate their blogger outreach program through my business Thrifty Mom Media social media consulting. I am compensated as a result. My opinion is all my own and it is always truthful.
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