It’s the season of giving and while I’m having a great time finding gifts to surprise my boys with on Christmas morning, I’m also trying to make sure that I think about ways to give back to my community and to those in need during the holidays. There are so many worthy causes but I have a few that are near and dear to my heart and when December arrives, I always make sure that I’m showing my support to them.
Kinder Canada believes in giving back to those in need as well and that’s why the company is kicking off the holidays with the A Joy to Share campaign! Kinder Canada is sharing the story of the Martin family this holiday season and for every time the video is shared on Facebook, Kinder Canada will donate one dollar to the Children’s Miracle Network of Canada, up to a maximum of $5000! A simple share can spread a lot of joy to a sick child this Christmas!
And as if that wasn’t enough, Kinder Canada wants to share with you too! On November 26, Kinder Canada kicked off the A Joy to Share campaign by giving away 7500 coupons for a free package of new Kinder Mini Eggs, giving out 750 coupons each day for ten days! There are still a few days left to get your free coupon, so make sure to visit the Kinder Canada Facebook page at 12:00 EST for a chance to check out these tasty new treats!
While free chocolate is always exciting, for me the really fabulous thing about the Kinder Canada A Joy to Share Campaign is that it is supporting the fabulous Children’s Miracle Network of Canada to help ensure that children going through medical struggles stay inspired and hopeful. It’s such a wonderful way to give back and really embraces the true spirit of the season.
So check out this amazing campaign on the Kinder Canada Facebook page for yourself. Try to grab a coupon, join in some conversation…but most importantly, make sure you click the share button on the A Joy to Share video! It’s such a simple action that can have such a huge impact for a child looking for a miracle!
Disclosure: I’m part of the Kinder® Mom program and I receive special perks as part of my affiliation with this group. The opinions on this blog are my own.