Haribo’s Pink Ribbon Packages {Giveaway}

(Disclosure: This post is sponsored by Haribo and helps to support the National Breast Cancer Foundation.)

 

October is Breast Cancer Awareness month as I’m sure you all know. Many companies donate to the cause during this time period and I am happy to partner with one of them. Haribo has added a pink ribbon on the gold bags of the original Haribo Gold-Bears gummi candy nationwide in partnership with the National Breast Cancer Foundation (NBCF).

The Foundation provides hope and inspiration to those affected by breast cancer through early detection, education and support services. NBCF provides free mammograms to women in all 50 states through their network of hospitals, and is one of the most recognized and respected breast cancer charities in the world. For more information on NBCF, please visit nbcf.org.

Haribo Gold-Bears pink ribbon bags will be sold in select Target, Kroger and retailers across the nation at a suggested retail price of $1.09 – $1.69 and NBCF receive a portion of Haribo pink-ribbon bag sales.

GIVEAWAY:

One reader will win 2 packages of Pink Ribbon Haribo Gold-Bear gummi candy

HOW TO ENTER:

 Leave a comment telling me one thing you learned about Breast Cancer on the NBCF website

For an extra entry, share this giveaway on a social network and leave the link below

Giveaway ends November 5, 2014 at 11:59pm CST. Must be a US resident and 21 or over to enter.

Comments

  1. Lori Thomas says

    I learned that men also can get breast cancer

  2. Lori Thomas says
  3. Sacha Schroeder says

    I learned about the stages of breast cancer. Thank you for sharing this valuable resource!

  4. Sacha Schroeder says
  5. Brandy (Lynn W rafflecopter) says

    When breast cancer is detected early, at a localized stage, the survival rate is 98%.

  6. In 2012, some research studies have shown that factors such as traumatic events and losses can alter immune system functions, and when immune functions are altered cancer cells may have an opportunity to get themselves established within one’s body.

  7. check early and often – do not wait

  8. I learned that when breast cancer is detected early, at a localized stage, the survival rate is 98% and that early detection includes doing monthly breast self-exams, and scheduling regular clinical breast exams and mammograms.

  9. Men can get breast cancer and there is no evidence antiperspirants cause breast cancer.

  10. I learned that women should perform breast self exams 7-10 days after their period starts.

  11. I learned that the survival rate of breast cancer is 98% when detected early.

  12. robin mcdowell says

    I learned men get breast cancer also

  13. I learned that breast cancer affects men too

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