P&G’s Proud Sponsor of Moms Invites You to Share Your Mom Memories To Benefit Special Olympics

With only weeks before BlogHer ’11 kicks off, returning sponsor Procter & Gamble is busy putting the finishing touches on their “Home Away From Home,” which is set to return to the Expo Hall this year. And they’re asking for your help!

No home is complete without personal touches such as family photos. Which is why P&G – in partnership with their Proud Sponsor of Moms program – is inviting the entire BlogHer community to participate in the decorating process, while giving everyone a chance to help raise money for a good cause: Special Olympics. Even if you aren’t attending the BlogHer conference this year you can still participate. Here’s how it works:

Visit the Proud Sponsor of Moms “Thank You, Mom” Video Creator on their Facebook page. Upload your favorite mom photos – they can be photos of you and your kids, or of your own mom – by using the easy tool provided to create a montage of mom memories of your own. For inspiration, check out this example:

Once you’ve created your own mom montage, copy and paste the link in the comments section below. For every comment and link to a unique video created by you, P&G’s Proud Sponsor of Moms will donate $10 to Special Olympics, up to $5,000. In addition, P&G will be collecting all montages submitted and showing them on screens throughout the Home Away From Home at BlogHer ’11 in San Diego.  So if you’re coming to the conference, be sure to stop by and look for yours!

Remember…you MUST post a comment below with the link to your montage in order for it to count towards the donation.

And while you're at the P&G Home Away From Home, be sure to visit the Proud Sponsor of Moms team in the Living Room, where we invite you to share your best "mom wisdom" with the world in our Twitter kiosk. Plus, you can check out your fellow bloggers’ mom tributes! Want to find out more about the P&G Home Away From Home at BlogHer ’11? Click HERE.

See you soon!


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