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Saturday, October 19, 2013

$25 Visa GC Giveaway

I don't remember all this bullying happening when I was in school. Has the Internet really changed the platform that much? Well, here's youre chance to win $25 to help raise awareness for the Green Giant campaign. Good luck. You have until November 22nd to enter to win.
Welcome to the Green Giant’s “Raise A Giant” Anti-Bullying Campaign & $25 Visa GC Giveaway
Green Giant’s “Raise A Giant” Anti-Bullying Campaign
Green Giant knows it takes a lot more to raise a healthy child then just getting them to eat their vegetables. Kids these days live in a world that is bigger and scarier than the world we grew up in, and they need help and encouragement to navigate that world with confidence and pride.

Unfortunately one of the hardest things kids have to deal with is bullying. When a child is bullied by a peer it can turn his or her life into a daily gauntlet of fear and anxiety.
Raise a Giant
How Do You Raise A Giant?
We’re asking parents to write a letter to their kids telling them how special they are and encouraging them to be part of the bullying prevention solution by being a giant. To get started parents can visit our community at the Green Giant “Raise a Giant” Website and read the letters others have written.

Now for the giveaway: One lucky person will win a $25 Visa Gift Card. This is open to US and ends 11/22/2013 @ 11:59 pm est. To enter, Simply do the tasks on the Giveaway Tools widget below and you're set to have a chance to win!
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38 comments:

  1. I learned that being a Giant means using your voice to stand up for others, which sometimes may mean standing up to your own friends.

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  2. I love all the letters. It's wonderful for kids to know that they're not alone.

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  3. I learned that Green Giant is partnering with PACER's National Bullying Prevention Center and We Day Minnesota to help parents Raise A Giant and put a stop
    to bullying in their community.

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  4. I learned that you can help write a letter for a kid that;s getting bullied.

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  5. I love the letters from parents and people who care and want to stop bullying
    sksweeps (at) earthlink (dot) net

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  6. I learned the following: To help parents raise kids who are strong inside and out, Green Giant has partnered with PACER’s National Bullying Prevention Center and We Day Minnesota to help kids learn how to prevent, stop and cope with bullying.

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  7. I loved all the letters that parents have written to their children. Kids need their parents to help teach them that bullying is not ok, and helping them if they are getting bullied.

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  8. I like the open letter from parents. Parents can use them as models and a way to have this uncomfortable conversation with their kids.

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  9. I learned that you can help write a letter for a kid that's getting bullied

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  10. I love how parents can write letters too

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  11. I learned that they have templates for parents to write a letter to help their children.

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  12. I learned that there is an infographic available to help spread the word on this great cause.

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  13. I learned tha: Being a giant isn't about being the biggest or the best. It's about finding your inner courage to rise above the crowd and do what is right.

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  14. I like their definition of what it means to be a giant: " It's about finding your inner courage to rise above the crowd and do what is right. It means using your voice to stand up for others, which sometimes may mean standing up to your own friends"

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  15. I like how people share their letters on the site.

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  16. the writing letters was informative

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  17. I like the very fact that people have come to realize that bullying is not just a rite of passage during school years, but does have very real consequences and often persists throughout life.

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  18. Learned most effective way to stop bullying is to say that is not okay. Children need help to learn that. Whether standing up for themselves or others.

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  19. I liked the fact that Green Giant is stepping up to the plate by partnering with PACER's National Bullying Prevention Center. A lot of kids get hurt each year from being bullied and its important to encourage kids to speak up to an adult if they are being bullied instead of tolerating it on a daily basis.

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  20. I specially like the letters that parents have shared with their kids empowering them to be strong and speak up

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  21. I like this quote - finding your inner courage to rise above the crowd and do what is right. That is something great to teach all kids.

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  22. I learned that there is a lot more awareness towards the problems of bullying then there was when I was a kid

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  23. I learned they partnered with Pacer Center and We Day

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  24. I've learned that being a Giant is about finding your inner courage to rise above the crowd and do what is right.

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  25. the internet, while ultimately useful, unfortunately makes bullying easier. and i think, makes bullies meaner because you aren't face to face.

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  26. I learned that you can help write a letter for a kid that's getting bullied

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  27. Green Giant is one of the title sponsors for We Day Minnesota – a stadium sized event to celebrate students who are volunteering locally and globally. By sponsoring We Day, Green Giant is able to provide tips on how to handle bullying with those impacted most – young people.

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  28. I learned that they partner with pacer center

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  29. i like how the parents can be involved. bullying is a major problem today.

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  30. I really like that they have so many letter templates that you can use to write a letter to your child to encourage them.

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  31. I learned that being a GIANT means using your voice to stand up for others which sometimes may mean standing up to your own friends.

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  32. I love that they are getting parents involved in this problem. Sometimes kids are afraid to come to their parents about this. My teens have never personally experienced this but my daughter tells me about one girl in her class who is being bullied and my daughter is standing up for this person and that makes me proud.

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  33. I love that you can write letters to encourage kids about not being bullied. myamurphy@mail.com

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  34. I learned being a giant is all about standing up for what's right

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  35. i liked that you can write a letter to encourage others not to bully.

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  36. I enjoyed reading the letters from other parents!thanks for the chance to win this.
    Allison.bahr@yahoo.com

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  37. It's essentially an online partnershipin an effort to encourage others to not bully. Rene Chartier

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