Promote Breast Cancer Awareness by Joining Quill.com’s Hello My Name Is Hope Campaign on Facebook
Posted Oct 07 2010 6:14pm
I have to admit that I don’t often encourage people to get caught up in all of the apps on Facebook, but here’s one that really is for a good cause. It’s called the “Hello My Name Is Hope” campaign , and it’s presented by Quill.com , a leading business-to-business online and direct marketer of office products.
To promote breast cancer awareness, Quill.com is asking all Facebook users to post and personalize virtual “Hello My Name Is Hope” stickers on their profiles to honor survivors and victims of the disease. For every sticker shared, Quill.com will donate $1 (up to $20,000) to City of Hope, a National Cancer Institute-designated comprehensive cancer center dedicated to research, treatment and education. Every sticker created throughout October will also be displayed in a community gallery on the Quill.com Facebook page, creating a virtual wall of breast cancer messages and images.
Let’s face it: Breast cancer is not a rare disease. In fact, it’s very difficult to find somebody who doesn’t know at least one friend or family member affected by breast cancer. October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Please show your support by joining the “Hello My Name Is Hope” campaign on Facebook today at www.facebook.com/Quill . For a complete selection of pink products and an overview of Quill.com’s breast cancer campaign, check out www.quill.com/thinkpink .
DISCLOSURE: As a MomSelect blogger, I will be entered to win a Visa gift card as a thank-you for spreading the word about this cause.