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Help OC Walk to Remember Earn $10,000 and You Will Be Entered In a Drawing to Win a Prize From Small Birds Studio!

Would you click your mouse 3 times a day for 2 weeks if it meant helping OC Walk to Remember earn $10,000? Beginning today, November 19th through December 3rd, Orange County Walk to Remember is participating in the Vote Your Thanks campaign through the Connect OC/Non-Profit Central. The non-profit with the highest number of votes will receive $10,000!
1. Click the link below.
2. Click the “Vote Your Thanks” logo
3. Search for ORANGE COUNTY WALK TO REMEMBER
4. Click to cast your vote!

It’s that easy. And remember, you can vote once per day through December 3, 2013.

All funds raised by the OC Walk to Remember are used to provide grief support for families who have lost a baby due to miscarriage, stillbirth, SIDS, pregnancy loss or other infant loss.

*Thank you for your help! Please make sure to leave a comment here on the blog letting us know that you have voted and you will be entered into a random drawing to win any three prints from the Small Birds Studio Shop OR a set of any 5×7 five cards. Shop link – http://www.etsy.com/shop/smallbirdstudio 

You will be contacted via email. The contest will run through Dec.3rd and the winner will be announced on Dec.4, 2013!

 

“More than four years ago we lost our little girl, our first, at 29 weeks. She spent 13 days in the NICU, and fought against all odds. Those days were gifts to us. Each hour, each day. Sadly, she was just too weak and too sick to continue fighting and we lost her. I feel like she did so much in the few days she was with us. She is my hero, and my inspiration.

Small Birds Studio started as a blog design studio to help other loss mom bloggers decorate their own blogs. From there, I was able to use the blog/ website as a place to write, connect with others experiencing a loss and even having rainbow babies. Today, it’s a place where I share my life. The messy stuff, the artsy stuff, and everything in between.”

-Franchesca Cox from Small Birds Studio

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