TSgiveaways has Adopted a Family to Help Children

Many families are having a rough time in this economy and it is the children who suffer the most.
Top Social Giveaway Blog has "adopted" this family pictured above.
I will review children's products, host giveaways and provide free advertising and giveaway promotion
to any Blog or Company that will help me provide for these children.
For the next year, all proceeds from this blog will go to these children.

Biggest needs:
school clothing, children's products, educational products, software, shoes, health and grooming products,
food, toys, games and any product that promotes health and well being for children.

I have put together a computer which will be delivered to them later this week so that I can tutor
them online during the coming school year, even though we are 2000 miles apart.

I challenge all Bloggers to Adopt a Family and donate at least part of your time online to help provide for the many children who need you.

If you are interested in working with me to provide for the children pictured above, contact me:
topsocialgiveaways@gmail.com

I would like to thank  Kelly's Lucky You for the love, kindness and support (and the cool Backyard Safaris) that she is providing.

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