Oct 17, 2013

Anti-Bullying Awareness ~ Stand Up, Speak Out and Win $100 in Amazon GCs


As the mom of three, two of which have already experienced bullying by peers at school, I am always interested in promoting anti-Bullying.  

So when I was given the opportunity to help promote this great giveaway I just had to jump on in. 

Mom Loves 2 Read is not participating in the giveaway itself, but is helping promote the Anti-Bullying Awareness!

Help Stop Bullying 

Clean Teen Publishing's Bullying Awareness Month Giveaway
October is around the corner and with October comes National Bullying Awareness Month. We all have
been affected by bullying in some way or another during our life time. We all know how it made us feel. Some of us are going through it right now. Some of us are watching our children going through it. All of us know someone who is being affected by it. That is why during the month of October, Clean Teen Publishing and Crimson Tree Publishing will be hosting a series of posts from our authors about bullying. We invite everyone to subscribe to our blog and come back often during the month of October to participate in our Bullying Awareness Month Events and Giveaways. 

Let's work together to stop bullying now! 

You don't have to wait until October to help stop bullying. 
And you don't have to wait until October to enter our grand prize giveaway for $100! 
Enter now for your chance to win a $50 gift card to give to anyone you think needs encouragement. (This can be a friend, a family member, a neighbor, someone who is going through a hard time right now, someone who has been bullied recently, etc. This is up to you on who you want to give the $50 gift card to.) And we will match the give away with another $50 gift card for you
*Both gift cards will be sent through email and will be from Amazon.

2 comments:

  1. I believe that if the parents of those kids bullying suffered some type of punishment for their kids actions might would be a great start. Parents need to take responsibility of raising their children in the right way. My parents DID NOT tolerate us acting in any way but the Christ like way.

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  2. I always make it a point to talk to my kids about bullying, especially stepping in to help someone who is being bullied.

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