Cookies For Kids' Cancer: Philosophy Oatmeal Raisin 3-in-1 *GIVEAWAY*

4:18 PM Posted by Erin




Philosophy, that wonderful company you know and love for their terrific scented bath products and fun, uplifting, and often inspirational packaging has recently teamed up with an organization for a very important cause. 100% of all sales from August 15th – October 15th of their deliciously aromatic, Oatmeal Raisin high foaming shampoo, shower gel and bubble bath 3-in-1 will benefit Cookies for Kids’ Cancer.
Did you know...

Ø Pediatric cancer is referred to as an “orphan disease” because there is little or no profit to be made by the pharmaceutical companies and the reason why they ignore pediatric cancers for the most part.

Ø Each year in the U.S., nearly 13,000 children and adolescents are diagnosed with cancer. That’s the equivalent of two average size classrooms diagnosed each school day.

Ø Today about 75% of children diagnosed with cancer become long-term survivors yet in the U.S. cancer remains the leading cause of death from one year through adolescence; more than any other disease. In the early 1950s, less than 10 percent of childhood cancer patients could be cured, proof that research can and is making a difference.

Ø Historically, some of the most basic and essential treatment strategies now employed in the fight against cancer – such as multi-agent chemotherapy and combined modality therapy – were developed through pediatric cancer research.

Ø In the U.S., combined, the cancers of children, adolescents and young adults to age 20 are the sixth most common cancer in the U.S.

Ø Recent reports indicate that nearly two-thirds of childhood cancer survivors experience significant medical problems resulting from their original cancer and/or its treatment.



Cookies For Kids' Cancer is dedicated to funding research for new and improved treatment for pediatric cancers by making it easy to support and fund raise for this worthy charity through bake sale drives. By offering four easy steps to follow from planning to sale, the organization offers several tips to creating a successful initiative. Their own cookies are also available for sale on their site, with 70% of all profits directly benefiting research.

Get involved with Cookies For Kids' Cancer by finding out how your contribution helps this very worthy cause and support Philosophy's donation by purchasing their Oatmeal Raisin 3-in-1 wash on their website.


Want It? Win It?
Philosophy is generously offering three lucky winner's a taste of the scrumptiously scented Oatmeal Raisin 3-in-1 bodywash in their full size 16 ounce bottle currently selling to benefit Cookies For Kids' Cancer.

The Details: THREE lucky winners will receive the 3-in-1 Oatmeal Raisin bodywash from Philosophy. The Rules: Visit Cookies For Kids Cancer and tell me one thing you learned about this organization. Bonus Entry: Tell me another product from >Philosophy you'd love to try.

Try, Try again... Second Chances:
**Follow my blog and leave a separate comment letting me know.

** Follow Cookie4Kids
on Twitter and tweet RT @thismomcanshop @cookies4kids Win Philosophy's 3-in-1 bodywash while supporting Cookies 4 Kids' Cancer http://tinyurl.com/rxw8q6 . You may do so once a day for extra entries.
**Follow Cookies For Kids' Cancer on Facebook and let me know.
** Blog about this contest linking back to this post and Cookiesforkidscancer.org and leave a separate comment.
** Add my button to your sidebar and tell me so.

The Nitty Gritty:
*Winners are chosen randomly, if you want all your chances counted, make sure you leave individual comments, not all of them in one!
*winner has 48 hours to contact me or another name will be chosen.
*contest ends August 28th, 9 pm EST. Winner will be posted within 48 hours.
*open to US only.
*rules for each entry must be followed to be valid.





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  1. Over Thirty Mommy said...

    I learned that for the first sale they sold 96,000 cookies in three weeks, and raised over $400,000 for pediatric cancer research.

  2. Over Thirty Mommy said...

    Subscriber

  3. stOOpidgErL said...

    this is really unfortunate.... I learned that the The treatments most children receive today were created for adults and have not been proven truly safe for children.

    stoopidgerletsy@yahoo.com

  4. stOOpidgErL said...

    I follow your blog
    stoopidgerletsy@yahoo.com

  5. stOOpidgErL said...

    I would also like to give the diaper rash creme a try
    http://www.sirjj.com/SIRJJ-Organics-Green-Baby-Diaper-Rash/M/B0014PBEQO.htm

    stoopidgerletsy@yahoo.com

  6. lsfish said...

    Cookies for Kids' Cancer is committed to raising funds to support research for new and improved therapies for pediatric cancer.

  7. lsfish said...

    I would like to try the Hope in a Jar moisterizer

  8. iggysaysno said...

    I learned that: During the last ten years, more than 32,000 children with cancer have been enrolled into 138 different completed clinical trials.

  9. iggysaysno said...

    I'd like to try the on a clear day from Philosophy.

  10. mverno said...

    sold 96000 cookies first time around mverno@roadrunner.com

  11. julis55 said...

    I learned that for the first sale they sold 96,000 cookies in three weeks, and raised over $400,000 for pediatric cancer research

  12. KPort207 said...

    I learned that during the last ten years, more than 32,000 children with cancer have been enrolled into 138 different completed clinical trials. Thanks.

    kport207 at gmail dot com

  13. Deborah Wellenstein said...

    Cookies for Cancer was started by a kid fighting cancer and his parents’ desire to help him and others. Thank you!

  14. plhill2000 said...

    I love the whole Amazing Grace line.

  15. js22 said...

    I learned that 'Cookies for Kids' Cancer was created to raise awareness of and funds for pediatric cancer research. But it all started with a kid fighting cancer and his parents’ desire to help him and others.'

    email in blogger profile.

  16. js22 said...

    I'd like to try Philosophy's amazing grace daily conditioner.
    email in blogger profile.

  17. js22 said...

    I follow your blog on google friends connect .
    email in blogger profile.

  18. js22 said...

    i follow Cookie4Kids on twitter - js22222222 .
    tweet: http://twitter.com/js22222222/status/3332869339

    email in blogger profile.

  19. llinda29 said...

    Today Cookies for Kids’ Cancer is proud to be able to state that nearly 100% of money raised at individual bake sales will go directly to research.

  20. js22 said...

    I'm a fan of Cookies For Kids' Cancer on facebook. http://www.facebook.com/js2222
    email in blogger profile.

  21. Anonymous said...

    I'd like to try Hope in a Jar. Catchy name. Thanks. Charlotte
    charlottewinters@cox.net

  22. Amanda S. said...

    I learned that you can request a company matching donation form from your employer to match donations!

  23. Amanda S. said...

    I'd also love to try Cinnamon Buns bath and shower gel!

  24. courtneystoffel said...

    Tbhis is such a great org. I learned that Cookies for Kids Cancer is not about one child or one type of pediatric cancer... It is about improving the survival rates for all pediatric cancers.

    hebert024 at aol dot com

  25. courtneystoffel said...

    I love the microdelivery set from Philosophy.

    hebert024 at aol dot com

  26. thinkingbrain135 said...

    What I learned(and smiled about) was: The event raised over $400,000 for pediatric cancer research, but it was soon clear that something bigger than a bake sale had begun. Even weeks after the event was over, requests for cookies kept coming in. What started as a desperate act to raise money and awareness for her child’s own cancer blossomed into something much bigger than any had planned.

    thinkingbrain135 at gmail dot com

  27. thinkingbrain135 said...

    I've always wanted to try Hope In A Jar moisturizer and The Amazing Grace fragrance perfume.

    thinkingbrain135 at gmail dot com

  28. thinkingbrain135 said...

    Follow Cookies for Cancer on Twitter(thinkingbrain13) and tweeted

    http://twitter.com/thinkingbrain13/status/3334928283

    thinkingbrain135 at gmail dot com

  29. Karen said...

    What a great organization! I learend that almost 100% of the sales goes to pediatric cancer research.

    Karen

    karen110480 @ comcast.net

  30. Karen said...

    I would probably get either the cinammon hair care or the supernatural magic mineral eraser

    Karen

    karen110480 @ comcast.net

  31. AJ said...

    Cookies for Kids' Cancer was created to raise awareness of and funds for pediatric cancer research. But it all started with a kid fighting cancer and his parents’ desire to help him and others.

    Chunky Chocolate chip cookies

  32. Tracy said...

    Who couldn't use a little Hope in a Jar?

  33. Courtney said...

    i learned that not enough money is going to pediatric cancer, and that is grossly underfunded.. this is very sad

    vanitizebaby@yahoo.com

  34. Courtney said...

    follower

    vanitizebaby@yahoo.com

  35. Courtney said...

    following cookies for kids. here's a tweet

    http://twitter.com/MeandBells/status/3337105477

  36. cathiem said...

    They sold 96,000 cookies in 3 weeks. very impressive for the first sale.

  37. Amber said...

    I learned that only 30% of kids survive Neuroblastoma, Liam's form of cancer.
    Thank you for the giveaway :)
    hurdler4eva(at)gmail(dot)com

  38. Patti K said...

    I learned that 25 % of kids who get cancer will not survive, and this company sells great packs of cookies for $30 per dozen to support pediatric cancer research. They would make a good gift. I will keep them in mind next time i need to send a birthday present.

  39. Patti K said...

    I love Philosophy. I gave the Bridal Party set to all my bridesmaids when i got married. They were a big hit! I would like to try out the cocktail party set.

  40. Missesprincess said...

    At the first bake sale event all 96,000 cookies were sold in three weeks. The event raised over $400,000 for pediatric cancer research!!!

  41. Missesprincess said...

    Vanilla birthday cake body wash is mmmm mmmm delicious!

  42. Kristine Michelle said...

    Dr. Brian H. Kushner and Dr. Kim Kramer are the Co-Chairs of the Cookies for Kids’ Cancer Medical Advisory Board
    allmycrazycats @ aol.com

  43. Kristine Michelle said...

    I'd like to try Purity Made Simple
    allmycrazycats @ aol.com

  44. Kristine Michelle said...

    I follow your blog
    allmycrazycats @ aol.com

  45. Deanna said...

    I learned that "Pediatric cancer is the leading cause of death by disease for children under the age of 18"

  46. Deanna said...

    Another philosophy product I'd love to try is unconditional love fragrance!

  47. Deanna said...

    I follow!

  48. Cheryl F said...

    I learned that there are 12 kinds od pediatric cancer.

  49. Cheryl F said...

    I would like to try blackberry sauce bath and shower gel

  50. Cheryl F said...

    became a facebook fan
    http://www.facebook.com/cookiesforkidscancer#/profile.php?id=690393566&ref=profile

  51. Cheryl F said...

    follow on twitter and tweeted

    http://twitter.com/Tx_Sweetie/status/3343500450

  52. Kelly said...

    I learned that the treatments most children receive today were created for adults and have not been proven truly safe for children. How dangerous is that!!!!!

  53. Kelly said...

    I would also like to try Hope in a jar.

  54. elkaye said...

    Cookies for Kids' Cancer is committed to raising funds to support research for new and improved therapies for pediatric cancer.

    I'd like to try the Vanilla Birthday Cake shower gel.

    elkaye[at]gmail[dot]com

  55. elkaye said...

    I follow on twitter as Elkaye and tweeted: http://twitter.com/Elkaye/status/3344481069


    elkaye[at]gmail[dot]com

  56. elkaye said...

    I follow your blog.


    elkaye[at]gmail[dot]com

  57. Holly B said...

    Dr. Brian H. Kushner and Dr. Kim Kramer are the Co-Chairs of the Cookies for Kids’ Cancer Medical Advisory Board


    hblaser at gmail dot com

  58. Anonymous said...

    I'd love to try the health bar. Looks scrumptious.

    adr1001025[at]msn.com

  59. Anonymous said...

    In the U.S. cancer remains the leading cause of death from one year through adolescence. How sad.

    adr1001025[at]msn.com

  60. Anonymous said...

    I follow on Twitter.

    adr1001025[at]msn.com

  61. Anonymous said...

    http://twitter.com/atd1496/status/3347172907

    Sorry, I forgot to leave my tweet.

    adr1001025[at]msn.com

  62. her5boys said...

    I would love to try "Hope in a jar". I received a sample of "eye hope" and loved it!

  63. her5boys said...

    I follow you on Twitter and I Tweeted http://twitter.com/her5boys480/status/3349799204

  64. barbara said...

    I learned that 100% of net proceeds from the sale of philosophy charity products are donated to worthy causes including educational programs and cutting-edge medical research.

  65. barbara said...

    yumm - the carrot cake
    bath & shower gel sounds delicious!

  66. barbara said...

    I follow your blog

  67. barbara said...

    I follow Cookies4Kids and tweeted: http://twitter.com/bsw529/status/3350474330

  68. barbara said...

    I became a fan of Cookies For Kids' Cancer on Facebook - barbarawr

  69. sandyy456 said...

    "Today Cookies for Kids’ Cancer is proud to be able to state that nearly 100% of money raised at individual bake sales will go directly to research. "

  70. sandyy456 said...

    I'd like to try Kiss Me Tonight Lip Theropy.

  71. msrodeobrat said...

    i learned that Cookies for Cancer was started by a kid fighting cancer

  72. msrodeobrat said...

    i would love to try philosphys hope in a jar.. i have heard great things about it

  73. Sara and Alex said...

    I like that you can have a bake sale and register it so that all the proceeds are donated to the charity! What a great project.
    saradavis1 at gmail

  74. Sara and Alex said...

    I also like philosophy raspberry sorbet

  75. Sara and Alex said...

    follower

  76. Sara and Alex said...

    follow you both on twitter and tweet http://twitter.com/SaraMama/status/3356294462

  77. Sara and Alex said...

    fab cookies for cancer on FB
    sara peterson davis

  78. lilshuga2001 said...

    HOLY COW!!
    I learned that for the first sale they sold 96,000 cookies in three weeks, and raised over $400,000 for pediatric cancer research!!! That is truly amazing!

  79. lilshuga2001 said...

    love to try the diaper rash creme

  80. lilshuga2001 said...

    subscriber

  81. Trish said...

    It breaks my heart, but I was reminded once again what big business pharmaceutical companies are. It truly is about their bottom line... :(

  82. Trish said...

    I would like to try Philosophy The Fragrance. I always use Amazing Grace and it might be nice to change things up!!

  83. Amber said...

    I'm so thankful that companies like Philosophy get involved with great organizations like this! I learned that in the US, nearly 13000 children are diagnosed with cancer. This is heartbreaking.

    shevilkenevil1 at aol dot com

  84. Amber said...

    Bonus entry: Would love to try the Philosophy Falling in Love fragrance.

    shevilkenevil1 at aol dot com

  85. Amber said...

    I follow your blog.

    shevilkenevil1 at aol dot com

  86. Amber said...

    I follow on Twitter and I tweeted:

    http://twitter.com/lipstickncandy/status/3366309435

    shevilkenevil1 at aol dot com

  87. Janna @ Feed Your Pig said...

    100% of sales goes to pediatric cancer research.

    Thanks for entering me! Great Contest!

    Janna Johnson
    janna@FeedYourPigBlog.com
    jannajanna@hotmail.com
    www.FeedYourPigBlog.com

  88. elkaye said...

    Tweet: http://twitter.com/Elkaye/status/3379576977

    elkaye[at]gmail[dot]com

  89. purplepassion126 said...

    Cookies for Kids' Cancer provides several sample letters to help spread the word of a planned bake sale or fund-raising event including a Fund Raising Letter, a Press Release Letter, and a Permission to Use a Location Letter.

  90. purplepassion126 said...

    I would love to try the amazing grace shower gel

  91. purplepassion126 said...

    I follow your blog

  92. purplepassion126 said...

    Following Cookie4Kids on twitter as purplepassion12 and tweeted
    http://twitter.com/purplepassion12/status/3389789917

  93. CC said...

    YOu can have your own bakesale to raise money for Cookies for Cancer!

    speechforme gmail

  94. CC said...

    I'd love to try Hope in a Jar!

    speechforme gmail

  95. CC said...

    I follow on twitter and tweeted: http://twitter.com/speech_hero/status/3393562020

  96. CC said...

    I have your button on my sidebar: http://www.superpoweredstuff.blogspot.com/

  97. clc408 said...

    I learned that starting on September 13th the organization’s signature all-natural chocolate chip cookies will be available for purchase in the children’s department of 46 Lord & Taylor stores, while supplies last. One hundred percent of each delicious $3 treat will go directly to help find a cure.

  98. JC said...

    I love how they started the organization and first bake sale for good causes. And Cookies for Kids’ Cancer is not about one child or one type of pediatric cancer. It is about improving the survival rates for all pediatric cancers.

  99. rbailey1958 said...

    I learned 100 % of the net proceeds from sale of philosophy charity products R donated 2 worthy causes including educational programs, & cutting edge medical research
    pkbailey@charter.net

  100. rbailey1958 said...

    I need the miracle worker skincare set
    pkbailey@charter.net

  101. rbailey1958 said...

    Blog follower
    pkbailey@charter.net

  102. mogrill said...

    Became a fan of cookies for kids. I would love the Diaper Rash Cream. Thanks for the chance. mogrill@comcast.net

  103. elkaye said...

    New tweet: http://twitter.com/Elkaye/status/3424350962

    elkaye[at]gmail[dot]com

  104. jsc123 said...

    I learned that in the U.S., Combined, the cancers of children, adolescents and young adults to age 20 are the sixth most common cancer in the U.S.
    I would also love to try Grace by philosophy.
    Thank you so much for the chance to win.

  105. jsc123 said...

    I am following via Google Friends Connect.

  106. jsc123 said...

    I am a fan of cookies For Kids on Facebook.

  107. Dina said...

    Cookies for Kids’ Cancer is not about one child or one type of pediatric cancer. It is about improving the survival rates for all pediatric cancers.

  108. Dina said...

    I would like to try hope in a jar.

  109. Dina said...

    http://twitter.com/aitmama/status/3454549953

  110. Dina said...

    Follow Cookies For Kids' Cancer on Facebook

  111. Dina said...

    Got your button. http://justanothernewblog.blogspot.com/

  112. Dina said...

    follower, too

  113. Rebecca N. said...

    · There has not been a new drug developed specifically for pediatric cancer treatment in nearly 2o years.

    just because
    chocolate scented shower gel trio sounds yummy!!

    imsosweepy { at } gmail { dot } com

  114. Rebecca N. said...

    I follow your blog!

    imsosweepy { at } gmail { dot } com

  115. Rebecca N. said...

    I follow Cookie4Kids on twitter and tweeted!

    http://twitter.com/Sparkleglow/status/3456087746

    imsosweepy { at } gmail { dot } com

  116. Rebecca N. said...

    Became a fan of Cookies For Kids' Cancer on Facebook

    imsosweepy { at } gmail { dot } com

  117. Rebecca N. said...

    I have your button!
    http://easygoinday.blogspot.com/

    imsosweepy { at } gmail { dot } com

  118. Rebecca N. said...

    Daily Tweet!

    http://twitter.com/Sparkleglow/status/3466659512

    imsosweepy { at } gmail { dot } com

  119. elkaye said...

    New tweet: http://twitter.com/Elkaye/status/3469253684

    elkaye[at]gmail[dot]com

  120. purplepassion126 said...

    Tweet
    http://twitter.com/purplepassion12/status/3484577393

  121. Rebecca N. said...

    Daily Tweet!

    http://twitter.com/Sparkleglow/status/3486601290

    imsosweepy { at } gmail { dot } com

  122. Rebecca N. said...

    Daily Tweet!

    http://twitter.com/Sparkleglow/status/3506901958

    imsosweepy { at } gmail { dot } com

  123. elkaye said...

    New tweet: http://twitter.com/Elkaye/status/3509485249

    elkaye[at]gmail[dot]com

  124. Brooke said...

    I learned that during the last ten years, more than 32,000 children with cancer have been enrolled into 138 different completed clinical trials. When Lil Kiwi was in the hospital I made sure to ask questions and found out how to help the kids that were already there...

  125. AEKZ2 said...

    I shockingly learned that each year cancer kills more children under the age of 18 than asthma, diabetes, cystic fibrosis and AIDS combined.

  126. Kellie said...

    I learned that pediatric cancer is an "orphan cancer"...it's not a money maker for pharmaceuticals and therefore is often ignored! How sad!!

  127. Kellie said...

    I became a follower of your blog.

  128. Kellie said...

    I became a fan on facebook!

  129. Kellie said...

    I blogged about the giveaway

    http://trainingupachild.blogspot.com/2009/08/more-giveaways_25.html

  130. Kellie said...

    I added your button to my sidebar

  131. khaski said...

    I'd love to try 'Congratulations' sounds like a great scent! khaski78@ hotmail.com

  132. autie said...

    I'm not entering the giveaway, but I think it's great they are helping kids with cancer; my friend's little girl has eye cancer.

  133. angela said...

    I Follow :)

  134. elkaye said...

    New tweet: http://twitter.com/Elkaye/status/3553236399

    elkaye[at]gmail[dot]com

  135. Rebecca N. said...

    Daily Tweet!

    http://twitter.com/Sparkleglow/status/3550576435

    imsosweepy { at } gmail { dot } com

  136. terri142 said...

    I learned that Cookies for Kids' Cancer is committed to raising funds to support research for new and improved therapies for pediatric cancer. Through the concept of local bake sales, Cookies for Kids' Cancer provides the inspiration and support for individuals, communities, and businesses to help fight pediatric cancer. This sounds like a great organization.

  137. Randominities said...

    One thing I learned is that they don't update their events. The one event they have is for September, 2008. Perhaps you can either remind them to up-date, delete, or maybe it's a typo.

    Also, it's a great idea!

  138. Rebecca N. said...

    Daily Tweet!

    http://twitter.com/Sparkleglow/status/3573321617

    imsosweepy { at } gmail { dot } com

  139. Liz said...

    During the last ten years, more than 32,000 children with cancer have been enrolled into 138 different completed clinical trials.

    eas3978@yahoo.com

  140. Liz said...

    I would like to try On a Clear Day skincare from Philosophy

    eas3978@yahoo.com

  141. Sarah said...

    I learned that there has not been a new drug developed specifically for pediatric cancer treatment in nearly 20 years.

    What a great cause!

  142. Sarah said...

    I'd love to try the big foot amazing grace foot care duo.

  143. Sarah said...

    I'm a follower.

  144. Sarah said...

    Tweet:

    http://twitter.com/iloveagiveaway/status/3583707534

  145. Sarah said...

    I'm a Fan of Cookies for Kids Cancer on Facebook.

  146. Sarah said...

    I have your button on my sidebar.

    http://iloveagiveaway.blogspot.com

  147. ellie said...

    I learned that Cookies for Kids’ Cancer is proud to be able to state that nearly 100% of money raised at individual bake sales will go directly to research. Which is wonderful.
    eswright18 at gmail dot com

  148. ellie said...

    I would also love to try Hope in a Jar. Thanks for the great giveaway.
    eswright18 at gmail dot com

  149. Jenny said...

    I had no idea that 30 years ago, 90% of children diagnosed with cancer died, whereas today that figure has dropped to 25%. What an enormous change!

  150. Kelly F said...

    I learned that CNN featured the first ever Cookies for Kids’ Cancer bake sale while educating viewers on the realities of Neuroblastoma, a deadly “orphan” pediatric cancer.

    wordsmoveme at gmail dot com

  151. Kelly F said...

    I would like to try the divine illumination moisturizer!

    wordsmoveme at gmail dot com

  152. Kelly F said...

    I follow your blog!

    wordsmoveme at gmail dot com

  153. Kelly F said...

    I have your button:
    http://invisiblepedestrian.blogspot.com/

    wordsmoveme at gmail dot com

  154. spongewest said...

    I learned that A cure for pediatric cancer begins with you. Through Cookies for Kids’ Cancer Foundation,
    your support and donations will help scientists and leading pediatric oncologists at leading Comprehensive Cancer Centers, accelerate and deepen their investigation into new therapies, drugs, and less toxic strategies, in an all out effort to save the lives of innocent children.

  155. spongewest said...

    I want to try Philosophy's Bubble Gum Blowout Shower Gel.

  156. luckylucianie said...

    I learned that Your donations can be directed to the specific pediatric cancer of your choice or you may simply donate to Cookies for Kids’ Cancer’s General Fund where funds are granted after peer review to research projects that our esteemed medical advisory board believes to be the most promising and necessary research in need of support. Cookies for Kids Cancer will direct the majority of it’s resources to the nations 22 Comprehensive Cancer Centers.

  157. luckylucianie said...

    I would love the Red Velvet Cake Shower Gel from Philosophy.

  158. singermagic1 said...

    I learned that: During the last ten years, more than 32,000 children with cancer have been enrolled into 138 different completed clinical trials

  159. theprophecygirl said...

    Wow. Purchases are tax deductible. As if I needed another reason to buy cookies. :) theprophecygirl at hotmail dot com

  160. Pam said...

    As a nurse, I was interested in seeing all the first class cancer centers that were NCCN Member Institutions. They're obviously affiliated with the best.

    Thanks so much!
    pamelashockley(AT)netscape(DOT)net

  161. Pam said...

    From Philosophy, I'd love to try "hope in a jar". I've heard great things about it.
    Thanks so much!
    pamelashockley(AT)netscape(DOT)net

  162. Pam said...

    I'm already following on Google Friend.
    Thanks so much!
    pamelashockley(AT)netscape(DOT)net

  163. Pam said...

    I just subscribed!!
    Thanks so much!
    pamelashockley(AT)netscape(DOT)net

  164. Girly Remix said...

    Firstly, this organization is great. I learned that there has not been a new drug developed specifically for pediatric cancer treatment in nearly 20 years.

  165. Girly Remix said...

    I'm following your blog. :)

  166. Anonymous said...

    that they haven't had a new drug for pediactric cancer in 20 years ty.vivianbl@olg.com

  167. Becky said...

    this is kind of scary -- I learned that the The treatments most children receive today were created for adults and have not been proven truly safe for children.

  168. Rebecca N. said...

    Daily Tweet!

    http://twitter.com/Sparkleglow/status/3596661380

    imsosweepy { at } gmail { dot } com

  169. purango said...

    I learned that for the first sale they sold 96,000 cookies in three weeks, and raised over $400,000 for pediatric cancer research. garrettsambo@aol.com

  170. purango said...

    I would love to ret hope in a jar. garrettsambo@aol.com

  171. kngmckellar said...

    I learned that through the simple concept of holding a local bake sale under the banner of Cookies for Kids' Cancer, individuals, schools, churches, synagogues, clubs, and businesses have the ability to raise hundreds of thousands of dollars to directly support research at Comprehensive Cancer Centers across the country.

    kngmckellar@hotmail.com

  172. kngmckellar said...

    I would also love to try Cinnamon Buns bath and shower gel! Sounds yummy!

    kngmckellar@hotmail.com

  173. kngmckellar said...

    follow blog as kngmckellar

    kngmckellar@hotmail.com

  174. kngmckellar said...

    http://twitter.com/kngmckellar/status/3604061133

    follow CookiesforKids and tweeted
    kngmckellar@hotmail.com

  175. kngmckellar said...

    http://kngmckellar-glorias.blogspot.com/

    have your button(it's towards the bottom)
    kngmckellar@hotmail.com

  176. elkaye said...

    New tweet: http://twitter.com/Elkaye/status/3599337675

    elkaye[at]gmail[dot]com

  177. kngmckellar said...

    http://kngmckellar-glorias.blogspot.com/2009/08/httpwwwthismomcanshopcom200908cookies.html#comments

    blogged
    kngmckellar@hotmail.com

  178. susan1215 said...

    I learned that: During the last ten years, more than 32,000 children with cancer have been enrolled into 138 different completed clinical trials.

  179. bettycd said...

    Cookies for Kids’ Cancer is not about one child or one type of pediatric cancer. It is about improving the survival rates for all pediatric cancers.

  180. bettycd said...

    I'd like to try the 'on a clear day'
    acne kit

  181. bettycd said...

    tweeted following cookies4kids
    http://twitter.com/bettycd/status/3605083744

  182. bettycd said...

    following your blog

  183. bettycd said...

    facebook fan of cookies for kids cancer betty dennis

  184. bettycd said...

    added your button
    http://morecoffee-bettycd.blogspot.com/

  185. SweetMissa said...

    I learned that donations can be directed to the specific pediatric cancer of your choice.

    sweetmissa(at)gmail(dot)com

  186. allysona said...

    philosphy has great products and they raised money for cancer research

  187. 07violet said...

    Cookies for Kid's Cancer was founded by a mom inspired by her son's fight against cancer.

    alterna7 at hotmail dot com

  188. 07violet said...

    following

    alterna7 at hotmail dot com

  189. 07violet said...

    following on twitter and tweeted

    http://twitter.com/07violet/status/3607221593

    alterna7 at hotmail dot com

  190. 07violet said...

    I'd like to try the coconut frosting salt scrub from philosophy

    alterna7 at hotmail dot com

  191. Sarah said...

    Daily Tweet 8/28:
    http://twitter.com/iloveagiveaway/status/3583707534

  192. FDP 4 Life said...

    hope in a jar

  193. FDP 4 Life said...

    tweeted and follower on twitter

    http://twitter.com/mrstls/status/3608059305

  194. FDP 4 Life said...

    facebook fan
    tony l smoaks

  195. Anonymous said...

    THERE HAS NOT BEEN A NEW DRUG DEVELOPED SPECIFICALLY FOR PEDIATRIC CANCER TREATMENT IN NEARLY 20 YEARS.
    that's shocking. get on the ball people!

    allegro966(at)yahoo(dot)com

  196. Anonymous said...

    I'D LIKE TO TRY THE UNCONDITIONAL LOVE SPRAY FRAGRANCE.

    allegro966(at)yahoo(dot)com

  197. Mishia said...

    I learned that they raised of $400,000 for children's research.

  198. dvice said...

    I learned that they are raising funds to support research for new and improved therapies for pediatric cancer

  199. ktanjatk said...

    I learned about the numerous ways you can help raise money for Cookies for Kids Cancer and pediatric cancer research, i.e. Art show, Car wash, Hat day, BBQ, etc.

    ktanjatk(at)gmail(dot)com

  200. ktanjatk said...

    I'd like to try the senorita margarita - ultra rich 3-in-1 shampoo, shower gel and bubble bath

    ktanjatk(at)gmail(dot)com

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