Attention to all Bloggers!
Laurie @ Bitten by Paranormal Romance and I have come up with a event we need your help with. We want to get as many bloggers together as possible to host a pet charity campaign called "Bloggers Help Paws with a Cause".
When: March 1st to March 8th.
This is a week long event featuring guest posts from author and bloggers about their pets. The guest posts may or may not have a separate giveaway. All you would need to do is create a post about your pet(s) and give all the information about the organization that we are donating to.
They will need to notify Danielle with the name they used to donate, the dollar amount and if they are US or INT to be entered.
The main giveaway will be a BN.com or Amazon.com gift card. The face amount will be determined by the number of bloggers participating in the blog hop and to do so, we need each participating blogger to send Laurie a $1 via Paypal at email@example.com (must be sent as a gift so no fees are taken out).
Sign ups will stay open until January 31st and you will have until then to give your $1 to Laurie for the gift certificate giveaway this is not for the charity.
On March 8, everyone who donates to Paws with a Cause via the EverRibbon website will earn one entry per $1 donated to win the Bn.com or Amazon.com gift card or one of two other prizes to be determined.
If this sounds like something you would like to do please please sign up its for a super, great cause. Below I have listed some details about the organization that we plan to donate to. I have contacted them and they will be sending us more information shortly. We are currently working on creating a button to post on your blog to help spread the word. If you have any questions or concerns please email me at romancebookjunkiesdanielle@
yahoo.com or leave a comment
Paws with a Cause - Founded in 1979, this organization trains assistance dogs to help disabled people nationally. These dogs provide the disabled with security, peace of mind, and assistance with their daily lives. Paws with a Cause also encourages awareness of assistance dogs and the disabled through public education. For more information, go to www.pawswithacause.org.