We are literally days away from Christmas, and Hanukah has already begun—it is well and truly the holiday season now.
I’m pretty proud that I can say I’ve finished all my holiday shopping, my tree is up and decorated, I’ve even hung up the stocking! And while the real celebrating hasn’t even begun, I can feel the holiday spirit in full force.
My favourite way to share that holiday spirit with my loved ones has to be sending out Christmas cards. I know how excited I get when a card arrives in the mail! Because technology has made it so easy to send a quick “Happy Holidays” text or email, there is something so special about actually getting a real piece of mail (that isn’t a bill of course).
I sent out my holiday cards last week, so hopefully my friends and family have received my holiday well wishes by now and are on their way to enjoying a fun and festive holiday season.
While it is important to share our well wishes with friends and family, the holidays are also a great time to spread happiness and joy to others too.
This year, Kraft is using their #WellWishes to support Children’s Miracle Network and you can help!
#WellWishes is a digital greeting card where you can share your best wishes and holiday greetings for children in hospitals nationwide by using the hashtag on social platforms.
For every tweet sent out with the hashtag, Kraft will donate $1.00 to Children’s Miracle Network. Also, for every Kraft purchase made at Walmart, another $1.00 will be donated (up to a maximum of $50,000).
It’s win-win, really. Using the #WellWishes hashtag, you can share a special holiday message with children who have to spend the holidays in the hospital AND help to raise money for those same kids!
All mentions will then be rounded up on a digital greeting card—this may just be the coolest holiday card out there. Imagine, a card signed by people all over Canada sending positive vibes to all the kids spending the holidays in the hospital.
So how can you get involved? Get tweeting using #WellWishes or head to your local Walmart and buy a participating Kraft product. Hey, why not do both?!