PinkGives – Snapfish Supports Breast Cancer Awareness Month

I think it would be hard to find a woman today who has not been effected by breast cancer. Whether its a sister, a mother, a friend, or herself, breast cancer is literally a disease that is close to the hearts of many women. Too many women.

PinkGives

In support of Breast Cancer Awareness month, Snapfish has partnered with Susan G. Komen for the Cure.

Through the end of October, Snapfish is offering exclusive PinkGives personalized photo gifts including a custom card collection, customizable jewelry, calendars, notebooks, bookmarks and more.

For every PinkGives product purchased, Snapfish us donating 30 percent of the proceeds (up to $25,000) to Susan G. Komen for the Cure.

“Snapfish, like many families, has been personally affected by breast cancer, so this is an issue that is near and dear to our hearts,” said Helen Vaid, general manager, Snapfish by HP. “As such, we desire to support this effort by partnering with Susan G. Komen, also dedicated to support, awareness, the importance of early detection and finding cures.”

Snapfish pink cards PinkGives

To create personalized gifts for your family and friends – to show support for breast cancer awareness and research, as well as raise awareness of Breast Cancer Awareness month – visit www.snapfish.com/PinkGives.

There, you can create a variety of personalized photo gifts including a custom card collection from new Snapfish Publisher designers, as well as customizable jewelry, calendars, notebooks, bookmarks and more. Each gift can be personalized with your own photos as well as with Breast Cancer Awareness-inspired backgrounds and designs such as “Pink Ribbons,” “Pink Butterflies,” “Pink Flourish” and “Pink Branches.”

Pink Gives pink gifts by Snapfish

Snapfish-funded support

Snapfish members can also showcase their support for Breast Cancer Awareness Month by sending a note to pinkgives@snapfish.com about their involvement in the cause – whether they’re participating in a local Susan G. Komen race, organizing a fundraising campaign or related party – for a chance to receive Snapfish-funded support as an official photo sponsor for their event. Snapfish will select four winners and will donate up to $1,500 to each event.

Enter to win a $50 Snapfish Giftcard

Snapfish is generously giving one 5 Minutes for Mom reader a $50 Snapfish Giftcard to create your own personalized gifts. The question is….What would YOU make?

To enter to win the Snapfish Giftcard, let us know which Snapfish product you would like to create…and who it would be for (if you’re like me, it’s totally acceptable to say that you’ll be making it for yourself!).

This giveaway will end on November 9, 2011 at midnight ET and a winner will be chosen at random and announced the following Sunday in the weekly Around The Blogosphere. Please see our site’s terms and conditions for more information.

 

Written by 5 Minutes for Mom managing editor Lolli. You can find me blogging at Better in Bulk and tweeting at @1momof5.

Disclosure: We are working with Snapfish on a compensated campaign to let our readers know about Snapfish’s PinkGives program ending soon. We, too, have been touched by breast cancer and our thoughts and passion are our own.

Comments

  1. Elisabeth says

    Wow, $50 at Snapfish would go really far! I would love to get different sized pictures for the picture frames I have that are just sitting around.

  2. Jessica says

    I love to give photo books for Christmas gifts for family (they love it too, I think!). I’d probably make some books with the gift card.

  3. Susan Chaves says

    I would make a book of my two kids during their first year. I would put my son on one side and my daughter on the other side. I made them both baby books but that is for them. This would be a summary baby book of both kids just for me!

  4. Shari says

    The grandparents in our family always want new calendars for Christmas, so I would definitely make some of them with photos of their favorite little people for the grandparents! :)

  5. JUNE says

    I too have not gotten my family scrap booking done that I’ve been wanting to do for a long time. Maybe this winter will finally be the time to get it done. ( I hope)

  6. Tami M says

    Those notebooks look beautiful! I think I’d try that. Less time consuming than creating a photo book. (Which turn out lovely … they are just somewhat labor intensive, at least for a Type A personality like myself …)

  7. Brigitte says

    I love Snapfish photo books! They are so easy to make and turn out wonderful. It’s the perfect gift for my grandmother who doesn’t need anymore stuff, but never gets to see enough of her great grand babies across the country! I’ve been wanting to make a mug or some other memorabilia for my military husband to take with him when he is deployed as well.

  8. Marija says

    I would love to make a photo book of my family’s trip to Yellowstone earlier this year!

    marija.majerle at gmail dot com

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