Do you like all things Amy Butler? Does it make you happy to help those in need? Then you should check out the fabulous raffle Amy Butler has put together!
It has been three months since the devastating earthquake and tsunami in Japan and just over two months since the tornados and flooding throughout the Southern United States. They are slowly recovering and rebuilding from these disasters but help will be needed for years to come. I have put together a raffle to help support the relief efforts in these areas.
Here’s the scoop on the raffle:
-Tickets are $10 each, purchased through paypal
-There will be 3 winners, each receiving a Sweet Life Bag full of goodies
-100% of the proceeds will be sent to The American Red Cross
-Tickets are on sale now through July 7th, Click Here or follow the directions below to get your tickets
-Any questions can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org
Please share this message with friends & family and on your blog or facebook page so everyone can get involved! Thank you so much for your help in this effort!
With love and gratitude,
How to purchase a raffle ticket:
1 – Log into your Paypal account, if you don’t already have an account Click Here to sign up
2 – Click on the Send Money tab
3 – Please send money to: email@example.com
4 – Enter the amount of money you would like to donate, each ticket is $10, feel free to purchase multiple tickets. Please make sure the donation is in US dollars.
5 – Please mark your payment as a Personal Gift
6 – Hit continue
7 – You will be shown a review of your payment, review your details and make sure to enter your name and email address in the “Email to recipient” section so we will be able to contact you if you are chosen as a winner.
8 – Click Send Money
This not only sounds like a great way to help people affected by those natural disasters, but also a great chance to win some awesome goodies from Amy Butler. Good Luck!
2 thoughts on “Amy Butler’s Raffle For Relief Efforts”
Neat!! It’s great that she realizes the need is still great… in New Zealand too.
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