November 7, 2010

Del Monte "Teacher Monday: Cash for Classrooms" campaign {giveaway}

Time is running out for this fantastic promotion but you still have time to get involved if you do it now!

What is the Del Monte Teacher Monday: Cash for Classrooms campaign? Glad you asked. :)

It is a program to help support kindergarten thru 12th grade public school teachers across North and Central America with cash to purchase school supplies and fresh fruit. One hundred prizes totaling $1,000 each will be awarded to teachers who get the most votes in the "Teacher Monday: Cash for Classrooms" online contest at www.fruits.com.

Every Monday, for five consecutive weeks begining October 18th, ten teachers in the U.S. and Canada will win $1,000 each ($750 in cash and $250 in fresh fruit gift certificates) in the "Teacher Monday: Cash for Classrooms" online contest. The cash is to help teachers purchase much needed school supplies. The fruit is for classroom snacks and to encourage educational activities about fruit and healthy eating choices.

In an effort to support schools in less developed countries where many Del Monte products are grown, and where classrooms are also experiencing economic disadvantages, the "Teacher Monday: Cash for Classrooms" program will link winning U.S. classrooms with a school in Guatemala or Costa Rica. The 50 selected Central American schools will also receive $1,000 each for school supplies.

To enter, teachers must register online and submit a short essay on how the funds will be spent. Winning teachers will be selected solely on the number of votes they receive online – so rally parents and students, friends and family to get online and vote!

Become a fan of "Teacher Monday: Cash for Classrooms" on Facebook and Twitter to stay informed about contest news.

Is there a school near you that could use your vote? Check here to see.

~ GIVEAWAY ~
Win a booklet of coupons worth $25 for Del Monte fruit! Just leave a comment below. The only requirement is that you follow my blog with Google Friend Connect (see sidebar). That's it! Leave as many comments as you like, just say you want to win, talk about this great campaign, tell us about a school near you that could use a vote or two, etc. Be sure and leave an email address so I can contact you if you win! I will also verify that the winner is following me with Google Friend Connect before notifying.

Giveaway ends midnight CST Thursday November 11. Winner will be chosen by using Random.org and notified by email. You must respond to the email with your name and mailing address within 48 hours or another winner will be chosen. The booklet worth $25 for Del Monte fruit will be mailed to you. Good luck!

Disclosure: I was provided with a $25 booklet for Del Monte fruit for posting about this campaign. No other monetary consideration was involved.

23 comments:

AmyB09 said...

I love fruit--especially mandarin oranges and pineapple, and I think this promo is a great idea--I'm going to go check it out!

Cathy W said...

Sounds great!
Following via GFC
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shirley said...

I follow GFC
This is a very helpful program they have going, thanks.
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Kristen said...

I follow on GFC.

CathyB said...

I follow you on google friend connect and I love all kinds of fruit. especially blueberries!!

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crystal45614 said...

I'd like to win the coupons, usually buy Del Monte so this would really help!

crystal45614@yahoo.com

crystal45614 said...

It's really great what Del Monte is doing for the teachers, will check it out!

crystal45614@yahoo.com

Twilight Mom said...

I follow you on GFC (willandwesmomma@gmail.com)

Hannah said...

­­­­­I follow on GFC ( hannah . chrinahxxx@..)

aigcanada7 (at) hotmail [dot] com

and I'd love to win!

Hannah said...

I think its great that Del Monte is investing in schools. I've been in them and its true, they are short on funding!

aigcanada7 at hotmail dot com

Hannah said...

I also like that Del Monte is donating the gift certificates for teachers to buy healthy food. besides the fact that many students are missing out on healthy diets, fruit is also a lot more expensive this time of year, making it more likely that they are deprived of it.

aigcanada7 at hotmail dot com

Hannah said...

I volunteer with an ESL program at some local schools and I can tell you, the computers they use/ the school uses are quite old and slow. They could really use some new ones, but the cost is more than they could afford.

aigcanada7 at hotmail dot com

crystal45614 said...

I am following you- thanks!

DelMonte is doing a good thing in helping the schools/ teachers and students!

crystal45614@yahoo.com

hbucket said...

I follow you g.f.c. thanks to Del Monte for helping schools .thank tou for all the work you puy into your blog site etude37@gmail.com

hbucket said...

I am a friend on facebook I can use Del Monte coupons .Can keep fret


uit on hand to use in Jello etc..etude37@gmail.com

Louis H said...

Google Friends Connect - following your blog publicly as Louis

Thank you for hosting this giveaway

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crystal45614 said...

I could use some coupons, love Del Monte!

crystal45614@yahoo.com

crystal45614 said...

It's a great thing that Delmonte is doing!

crystal45614@yahoo.com

crystal45614 said...

I follow you by email, and Google!


crystal45614@yahoo.com

hbucket said...

I went to Dal Monte site And voted Twice for a teacher did not know her,but she has name like one of Shady Lady's grandmothers.Got your curiosity tweeked..etude37@gmail.com

Hannah said...

I went and found a teacher that works at a school near me and voted today!

aigcanada7 at hotmail dot com

Hannah said...

Kids eating habits are established early in life and its important that they learn to enjoy fruit! Teachers have great influence and a program like this could have a lot of impact on the future dietary choices of these kids.

aigcanada7 at hotmail dot com

hbucket said...

Thank you DEL MONTE for making cpns free .I am a FaceBook friend etude37@gmail.com

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