Sunday, October 14, 2012

Mimi's Cafe: Power of Pink $25 Gift Certificate Giveaway

October is Breast Cancer Awareness month and Mimi's Cafe
has partnered with the National Breast Cancer Foundation to raise money
for breast cancer awareness through education, early detection, and support services.

I had the opportunity to attend a kick off event at the Mimi's Cafe near my home 
and meet Janelle Hail - CEO for NBCF - 
and Mark Mears - President and Chief Concept Officer of Mimi's Cafe.

I donated and dedicated one of my leaves for the Giving Tree to my friend Flossie.
She is currently undergoing treatment for breast cancer,
and so the efforts of Mimi's Cafe and the NBCF mean a lot to me.

For a $1 donation you receive a leaf to inscribe and hang on the Giving Tree.
Donate $5 and you'll also receive a limited edition leaf lapel pin.
As a thank you for your donation, you'll receive up to $30 in Mimi's savings.

 You can also make donations online to the virtual Giving Tree.

In addition to making a donation,
Mimi's Cafe has created a selection of Pink Drinks.
For every drink you purchase, a portion of the proceeds goes
directly to the National Breast Cancer Foundation.

I had a chance to try the Sparkling Passion Fruit and it was delicious!

So, stop by your local Mimi's Cafe, make a donation,
have a YUMMY drink, and get some rad coupons.

Come to Mimi's on Friday, October 19 and receive a FREE cup of soup with any purchase when you donate to National Breast Cancer Foundation for the Mimi's Power of Pink Campaign.
And I'm giving away two $25 gift certificates to Mimi's Cafe!


Cory said...

A family friend is currently battling breast cancer. she isn't expected to make it :(

Mami2jcn said...

My neighbor and family dentist are in breast cancer treatment right now. I had a breast cancer scare over the summer...the tumor turned out to be benign.

Name on rafflecopter: Mary Happymommy

Frugal Mom from California said...

My mother-in-law is a breast cancer survivor

I am entering as Elena

elena150980 at yahoo dot com

Laurel Leaf Cottage said...

My life hasn't been affected by breast cancer, but my mother-in law is an ovarian cancer survivor!!

Nicole said...

This has really made me think about all my friends this has effected. I think I should write them a note this week! Thanks for inspiration!

Anonymous said...

my aunt is undergoing breast cancer treatment with chemotherapy at the age of 38.

jennifer marie

lilnursejen at yahoo dot com

The Four on Board said...

Breast cancer has affected my life in many ways, but the biggest way is simply learning to enjoy every day!

The Four on Board said...

Breast cancer has affected my life in many ways, but the biggest way is simply learning to enjoy every day!

LAMusing said...

Two friends are breast cancer survivors

Courtney B said...

my friend's mom passed away from breast cancer

very sad

vanitizebaby at yahoo dot com

Alaine88 said...

My grandmother had breast cancer.

Unknown said...

I had a breast cancer scare myself and it scared me a lot. I do get tested often and have told my family to do the same

Jessica said...

My great grandma died from breast cancer
jjak2003 at gmail dot com

Katherine said...

I have a few friends who are breast cancer survivors.

Donna said...

My mother is a breast cancer survivor and a friend of mine is battling it now.

Charity/CC said...

My mom is a uterine cancer survivor, but she lost a really good friend to breast cancer.

ccboobooy at gmail dot com

Running In Boise said...

my ex mother in law is a survior.


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