Enter to win one of two amazing vacations!

For the past week some friends and myself have been throwing an amazing blog party to raise money for pediatric cancer. The Tuesday Blog Party was a huge hit and we have raised close to $3000. Now today a dear friend of Jess's (Tuesday's mom) put in a two new giveaways that will be going until Saturday the 16th. If you donate $30 to the Tuesday Fionna Whitt Memorial Fund (instructions to follow) you can enter for a chance at a 2 week long vacation in Florida. Janie has kindly offered her winter home for someone to spend two weeks just two miles outside of Disney. And is one entry isn't enough you can donate $10 more each additional entry you would like. So if you put $50 in that would be 3 entries at a chance for a vacation in Florida. And the second one is a 2 night stay at her mansion Bed and Breakfast. Yes, this house really is a MANSION! This vacation requires $20 for the initial entry and $5 for each additional entry. Please know that all the money you donate is going straight to fund pediatric cancer research and to help the Whitt's pay Tuesday's medical bills. This is a way for each individual out there to say they helped make a difference in pediatric cancer. Each dollar raised and sent to research is one dollar closer to a cure!
Now if you head over to Who Say's 8 is Enough you can enter to win one of these fabolous vacations.

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