Tuesday, January 27, 2009

It's Bloggy Giveaway Time Again!

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It's Bloggy Giveaway time already! And it's crazy how many giveaways are already posted - over 1000! Wow!

I like my giveaway. I'd like to win it myself. Alas and alack, it will have to one of you.

We have been sponsors through Compassion International since 1991. I believe in Compassion so much, I've been an member of their Advocate Network for seven years. I know that Compassion uses sponsorship funds to release children in Third World countries from poverty - spiritual, economic, social and physical poverty & enable them to become responsible and fulfilled Christian adults. And the best part is: it happens one-on-one - you matched with a child in need. If you really give it a try, I guarantee you it'll change both your lives. I know this because I've been able to see it first hand. You can take my word for it, because I've lived it and I'm changed forever. There are children waiting for sponsors right now. Take a look.

Oh yeah, the giveaway! Sorry. Once I get started talking about Compassion, it's hard for me to stop.

To support Compassion's Global Food Crisis Fund the winner of my giveaway will receive one of these nifty "Please" t-shirts.
You pick the Country/Language you want from the four they offer. I'll purchase it and send it to you. I have this t-shirt with the word "Please" in Amharic (Ethiopia). It's super cool! You want one, trust me.

And to sweeten this giveaway, I'm also giving away a Starbucks giftcard for $15.


If you're not a coffee drinker, they do have some new teas you can try out. I thought the Vanilla Rooibos tea latte was pretty good but I'm partial their iced non-fat chai latte. Yum! Told you I'd like to win my own giveaway but I promise I won't enter.

One winner both prizes! To be entered in my giveaway, just leave me ONE comment. The giveaway is open to anyone living in the US or Canada with a valid email address (no blog necessary.) Just be sure that I have a way to contact you should you win. You don't have to in order to win but I'd love for you to use your comment to tell me how you're changing the world. I'm closing comments on Saturday, January 31st at 7PM & I will use a random number generator to select the winner. Good luck!

There are a bazillion more giveaways for you to enter here! I'm not even exaggerating! Come back by The Production and visit sometime.

A big "Thank You!" to Chilihead for organizing the Bloggy Giveaways.

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Lisa Sharp said...

I love that the shirts are also eco-friendly! I like the one in creole. Thanks!

love_cats05@yahoo.com

Yard Sale Princess said...

How am I changing the world? Well, I am trying to do it through my children. I am trying to make things second nature for them that weren't for me. Such as growning your own food and recycling. I am also teaching them to be compassionate people (which is in my nature). I am going to go look at the different languages now!
yardsaleprincess1@yahoo.com

cdziuba said...

I'm changing the world by raising 4 responsible kids who are sensitive to the needs of others, and who give back. Thanks for the giveaway, love Starbucks.

Zach & Hannah Parris said...

I like to think that I'm changing the world by recycling, walking more places, being eco-friendly, and by becoming a children's librarian! Thanks for the giveaway!

Anonymous said...

I have a friend who's part of CI, they do awesome work!!!

Rebecca
rlb46341(at)yahoo(dot)com

Shooting Stars Mag said...

This really is an amazing giveaway. As for how I'm trying to help change the world? I'm not really sure...I mean, a friend and fellow blogger and I started doing auctions for books marked up by authors or other notable people...all the money goes to First Book to get books in the hands of those less fortunate. I love to read and think all kids should have books, so it's been great doing that and we hope to continue it next year.

it's here:

www.leaveamarkauctions.blogspot.com

-Lauren
lauren51990 AT aol DOT com

Anonymous said...

I'm making an effort to change the world around me by donating to food pantries and volunteering in the nursery on Sunday mornings at my church.

julielaura (at) hotmail (dot) com

tami said...

our family are huge fans of comapssion! we have sponsered several children thruout the years so this is near and dear to my heart. great giveaway and a great way to spread the word!

sadie-kate-08 said...

i love this! compassion is a fave charity of my family!

Jeni said...

Great giveaway! We've got a Compassion kiddo in the Dominican Republic, and hopefully we'll be able to pick up another one soon!

Amy said...

What a great giveaway! Thanks for the opportunity! I've got a giveaway on my blog too! Check it out!

http://amypaul.wordpress.com/2009/01/26/lilly-pulitzer-coffee-cozy-giveaway/

Craft Tea Lady said...

Those are great shirts. I love the Bengali version.

Thanks for the chance.

crafttealady AT yahoo DOT com
www.xanga.com/crafttealady
www.crafttealady.etsy.com

Mommy Niri said...

Cool shirt.

mommy dot niri at gmail dot com

soon to be MRS. K said...

The bloggy giveaways are so great! Love the shirt and the starbucks card would really help. Thanks so much!

Bailey's Leaf said...

I've enjoyed reading the trip accounts from Boo Mama, Big Mama and the Pioneer Woman's family. Thank you so much for choosing such a wonderful cause!

As for Starbuck's, sadly I don't drink coffee, but I am eyeing one of their aluminum water bottles. The gift card would be great for that!

Thank you!

Lisa P said...

How am I changing the world? By trying to raise respectful, kind children. There is not enough kidness in the world today maybe a better tommorow can happen!

Jessica Morris said...

I love the one from Ethiopia. And Starbucks would be well used here :)

I spent a year in West Africa teaching English as a second language to school children and would love the opportunity to return! But these days I am leaving my mark on the world by raising my children in the ways of the Lord.

AmandaSue said...

Thats a really cool shirt! And who can resist yummy beverages! Thanks for entering me!
unforgetable_dreamer_always (AT) hotmail (DOT) com

margelina said...

teaching my kids to give back...love the creole one...or the dominican, tough choice!
margelina@comcast.net

Steph said...

I'd love to win the Starbucks card for my hubby, it's his favorite! Thanks for the chance!

Angie said...

What a beautiful blog..I love not only your message and your story..but the stars and the spotlights..wow! It is just breathtaking! I am going to read more about Compassion..you have definitely piqued my interest now! Thanks for the chance to win some neat prizes!

sandalsndaisies(at)yahoo(dot)com

Gina said...

That's a cool tee! I live in t-shirts, and I love coffee!!

Homemaker said...

I love the Portuguese tee. A t-shirt and a Starbucks gift card!! Wow! I love my Starbucks coffee especially on cold winter days which is pretty much everyday here in Minnesota...lol

sallylynnsara@hotmail.com

eclairre said...

Great giveaway!

Katie said...

I'm trying to raise my kids to be kind, responsible people.
katiekarr at gmail dot com

Abbie H. said...

I came across your site and had to tell you that I have this shirt also and LOVE it! I also did a giveaway for this shirt in November for a Fast from Food and Feast in prayer for children living in poverty.

Alitheia said...

What a lovely idea for shirts =) Thanks for the chance!

Long Family said...

I love this shirt. (The ethiopian one). thanks for the chance to win!

Deborah said...

please enter me!

Robin said...

Cool cool stuff. My boy's best buddy was adopted from Ethiopia. His mother and I get Starbucks together when they go to gymnastics. This is the perfect prize for me.

Jennifer said...

This is a great giveaway. I had not heard of this organization before your blog!

Sweetanlo said...

so cool! Since I already have the amharic one I think I would like the portuguese next.

Sweetanlo

Renee said...

How I'm changing the world? A little every day in the relationships that I have, the choices I make and the knowledge I gather. I like the green Bengali tee the best!

Lydia said...

Compassion International is a great organization! I'm changing the world by striving to share the Gospel with those around me.

one frugal lady said...

I absolutely am a big fan of wearing what you stand for! This is awesome, and I would love to be a part of it! Thanks for the giveaway!

Nad said...

I'm hoping to change the world through my kids, by teaching them compassion, kindness and respect for others and for the world they live in.

treflea4 at gmail dot com

Natalie said...

I hope I'm changing the world by raising two strong daughters. We also give to our church, which gives aid all over the world.

scblog at hotmail dot com

Lynne Campbell said...

I am trying to change this world by raising two Godly Daughters to grow up to be Godly Wives and Mothers.

And by drinking lots of coffee...lol

donicampbell@hotmail.com

Christy said...

i'm trying to change the world one kid at a time... starting with my own and then i lead a children's ministry at my church... our ministry has 2 Compassion kids so I love compassion
christycrosby@gmail.com

Stacy said...

I really like that shirt and thanks for the info about Compassion.

Thanks for the giveaway!

hetz-junk(at)hotmail(dot)com

Reeva said...

I'm having so much fun making friends and blog-hopping again this year.

I'm doing my best to raise lovable productive members of society.

Thanks for such a generous giveaway! I hope I'm chosen as the lucky winner!!!

Sage said...

It looks like an amazing organization! A very admirable giveaway, thanks for the opportunity!

Tiffany said...

We sponsor a child through Compassion, but I've never seen these shirts. Every little bit helps, right? (And I looove me some SBux)
give_me_a_latte at yahoo

Emily B said...

I am loving the shirts. I've never seen anything like them. What a fantastic way to spread the word and the support.

okaat said...

I cannot change the world all by myself, but I can be green and teach my children values. And give words of encouragement and love to people i meet along the way.

palmtreefanatic said...

I love this giveaway and hope i win!
I am big on recycling, we also grow our own veggies and are thrifty people! please count me in! thank you so much!

mike said...

This is a wonderful giveaway. I'm helping change the world by educating future doctors.

Shel said...

Great giveaway...$15 buys a few Caffe Mochas!

I'm changing the world by volunteering and supporting causes I believe in. This year for the first time I actually volunteered for the Obama campaign and went door-to-door canvassing for Obama.

shel704 at aol dot com

Susanne said...

Those shirts are great! And make mine a white chocolate mocha please!

koopermom said...

Those shirts are great! Thanks for the giveaway!!

Jeanette H. said...

Them eco-friendly shirts are sooo soft! Bring on the soft shirt and Java Chip!!

Thanks for the great giveaway!

JH33194(underscore)2002(at)yahoo.com

Carolyn said...

I am a huge fan of volunteering and hope that if my children see me doing things for others that they will want to do the same. I mean, it really should begin at home, don't you think? I get my family involved when I can. thanks so much for sharing. I love the green Bengali shirt in a 2x. thanks again

ceashark at aol dot com

The Popes said...

What a cool shirt with a great cause! I would wear it with pride!

Lynne said...

I love the Creole t-shirt. Thank you for your giveaway and for teaching us about this organization!

lynne at fairpoint dot net

barbarabaker said...

I love the shirt...that looks really sweet!!! Starbucks has always been a favorite place of mine and a GC would be spent that afternoon (if chosen). I could sure use another caramel drink right about now!

Thanks so much!!!
-barbarabaker

vwestermeyer said...

what a great giveaway

Carolyn G said...

This is such a great giveaway. Thanks.

Elizabeth said...

That tshirt is such a fashionable way to support the cause! Thanks for the giveaway!

leslie said...

Right now we have family in South Africa who are starting an orphanage and I will help them from our end by getting them the things they need, and donations they need. I am very excited for this to take off, and help the children in South Africa. Thanks.
leslierose at gmail dot com

Mrs. Sprinkles said...

That's such a cool shirt!

Come enter my Target GC giveaway!

DG said...

cool tshirt and starbucks = great giveaway!

thanks!

dreamzz12{at}aol{dot}com

The Mom RD said...

A great giveaway! Thanks for the chance to win.
kinderslee@yahoo.com

Diane said...

Thanks for the awesome giveaway! I hope you have a wonderful day!

diane@diane-anderson.com

K said...

This is an awesome giveaway!! Thanks for the chance to win!!

Krista
clay_walker_fan(at)yahoo(dot)com

Amy S. said...

Please enter me in the contest!

amysmith98 @ yahoo.com

Andria said...

Great giveaway. We were sponsors with compassion for awhile. They are such a good charity. Thanks.

Diana Dang said...

Fantastic giveaway! Please enter me!

Alice said...

Great giveaway! I love Comapassion, too- we sponsor a child, also. This is a great way to get the word out about their ministry also. And I'd looove some free Starbucks!

-bellytobellybutton@gmail.com

Katie said...

That shirt looks soooooo soft! And yummo, coffee!
Thanks for the giveaway!
katiellloyd at yahoo dot com

Cristina said...

What a fantastic giveaway! We get something nice and someone else benefits from it as well. Very good!

Thanks!

Shelley said...

I'm changing the world by recycling, using canvas bags instead of plastic or paper, and walking more instead of driving.

Bloggytime20@yahoo.com

Kara said...

I think the best way to change the world is through children. I taught special education for 6 years, which I loved. Now that I have my own children, I stay home and teach them. I also volunteer with the youth program at my church.
millkara [at] gmail.com

coriwestphal said...

I'm TRYING to change the world by using homemade cleaning supplies and passing them out to my friends and family. Thanks!

dani said...

wow. great giveaway! love the shirts. we have friends that have two kids from ethiopia!

Dina said...

Every journey starts with a single step - so I try to do something good every day, and that's my change the world strategy.

tatertot374 said...

Thank you for having this!
I would love to win.
Thank you
tatertot374@sbcglobal.net

Cindy said...

I'm trying to change the world by being more patient with everyone!

Anonymous said...

Thanks for a chance to win!

John
asfiled AT earthlink DOT net

Mama Dawg said...

Great organization and contest! Thanks!

twodogsrunningsouth@yahoo.com

CrystalGB said...

I am being kind to others even when they are not to me.
Great giveaway. Thank you for the chance.

Carrie said...

I'm recycling a lot more.

carrie_dodd at hotmail dot com

Pat said...

I love the T-Shirts. I especially like the Creole one. And, I love coffee. Ideal pairing for me.

Nickolay said...

I love Starbucks. Their White Chocolate Mocha is awesome

jason@allworldautomotive.com

Sweetly said...

I would love to enter this! Thanks!
Butter3295(at)msn(dot)com

Susan said...

Changing the world - well, our family sponsors 4 little girls (because we have girls), 2 in India, one in Haiti and 1 in Bangladesh. I LOVE this way of teaching compassion to our kids. What a great prize - thank you!

amyloublog said...

I am changing the world by counseling women who are experiencing an unplanned pregnancy. Helping them choose life!

sav98@comporium.net

Thanks!

angelacisco said...

Thanks for the giveaway:)
angelacisco at rocketmail.com

lsfish said...

Nice prize , the shirts are cool and I love Coffee

Tyna said...

Changing the world...hmmm....well, I'm rasising Godly children. Right now, that's all I have room for in my life.

Jane Anne said...

What a great question! I discovered Advent Conspiracy this past year and it prompted my heart in a huge way. Right now, I am focusing on not being wasteful, using my resources wisely, and paying off my debt. I am being intentional with my time with family and friends. Once I get in better financial shape, I have goals to give more to others.

Thanks for the chance to win!

"Vote for Ben" said...

we need to sponsor a child! thanks for the reminder!

AnxiouslyYours said...

I bought a goat for a family in a 3rd world country for a christmas gift to my family. we dont need material things, so I just made up cards that talked about the gift we gave. this gift will give a family food but also will allow them to make money selling milk at market and creating other products. its truly a great gift. if they can get two goats then they are able to breed goats and make a living for themselves.

Aschrader85(at)gmail(dot)com

Heather said...

By raising children who are more eco-aware than our generation.

remarker said...

I'm at the "changing the world one person at a time" stage - got out of a very bad situation and my daughter and I have spent a few years recovering and learning new ways to be and interact with others. I have gained insight and hopefully my daughter will have good relationships herself.
PS = I love your background!

Kelly said...

I am trying to raise my children to think about the footprint that they are leaving on this world.

Mama Hill said...

My husband has sponsored a child through compassion for several year! I also like to give to Global Action! You can chose things to give, like seeds, bibles...I always give a chicken or two! They are only $5! Thanks!

Shannon said...

I'm changing the world by remembering the small things like saying "Thank You" and making sure people know that they are appreciated. What comes around, goes around. Thanks!

Michelle said...

I'm hoping to change the world by the way I raise my children and the example I set. Thanks for the chance to win!

Janelle said...

I'm changing the world by raising wonderful, respectful, God-loving children. They are my legacy!!! Thanks for the giveaway!

MOMFOREVERANDEVER said...

I hopefully am changing the world by teaching my kids there are needs and wants, and to care for others and things especially the earth. I am teaching them that things don't make you a good person- how you live does

fransmomma said...

this is such a great cause. i have heard amazing things about compassion international. i just returned from a 12 day trip to ghana, working in an orphanage over there. it changed my life and i cant wait to go back. i really like the begali t-shirt. they're all really cool and i'd wear it with pride!! oh, and starbucks rocks my world, too. :)
twig478@yahoo.com

Qtpies7 said...

We've been sponsoring a little girl in Uganda for I don't know how many years now. Urma.
Our teens also volunteer at Operation Christmas child at least once a year. They wouldn't miss it!

An iMperfect wIfe said...

Thank you! Great prize. Cool mission!

Jenny

Jacqueline in Atlanta said...

Great prizes. My daughter would love the tee. She would love the Starbucks, too, but sorry, sweetie. Maybe I'll take her with me, huh?

Thanks for having the giveaway!

Julie D said...

I'm changing the world one kid at a time (my own and the ones I work with in early intervention).

But we have a lot in common.
I'm the youngest (of 7, not 5). I'm a mom by birth and adoption (that the Mom2Ways). I'm turning 40 this year. (Your profile says you are 40). I'm a believer. And, I live in the "Land of Enchantment" (Roswell, specifically).

robin_titan said...

I love the green one that says please in bengali, gosh these shirts are awesome!

Erika Lynn said...

these shirts are awesome, i can't pick a favorite. thanks for the giveaway!
sports[dot]erikalynn[at]gmail[dot]com

Mia J. said...

I think it is important to be aware and be kind to people and to the Earth.

Thanks for the great giveaway.

Megan @ Little Bella Bean said...

I'm changing the world by teaching my children to Love the Lord with all their hearts, and give to those in need. =)
Blessings,
megan

LivingforGod said...

We thank the Lord for using us to change the world. Through Gospel for Asia (www.gfa.org), we have been supporting native missionaries, Jesus wells, sponsoring children, and buying Gospel tracts & Bibles for the native missionaries to hand out. We also support the Jesus Film project which shows the Jesus film to the unreached areas of the world. We used to sponsor children through World Vision and Compassion International for many years until a few years ago when we switched to Gospel for Asia. We take the Great Commission seriously. We open our home for the international students from a local university to come study the Bible and to have game nights. We are raising our children to love the Lord, love others as themselves, live by the Book, and have a passion for reaching the lost (especially the unreached) with the Gospel.

Living in the light of eternity,
Urailak

Alibi said...

What we are doing to change the world. Not as much as we'd like. We donate to coats for kids, save pop tabs to give to the Ronald Mcdonald House, save box tops to help out the local schools. It's only small things, but they are things even those of us in the really low income brackets can do to help.

Kaycee said...

These shirts are beautiful! I love the Bengali one. I (hope I) change the world with my job. I am a social worker to high-risk women who have babies in NICU or children with developmental/genetic problems. I also provide doula (birth attendant) services to them free of charge. I just want to show them support and that someone cares for them. Thanks for such a great giveaway.

kayceewilliams at gmail dot com

malleycc said...

WOW t-shirts and coffee sounds like me on the weekend. Thanks for the giveaway.

Jennifer said...

I can't believe I have never heard of Compassion, thanks for the information I will definitely check it out. Thanks for the great giveaway!

mattandjen[at]gmail.com

Sylvia said...

We have sponsored through Compassion for two years. My daughter would love the green Bengali tee and I would enjoythe Starbucks. Thanks.

Teresa said...

WOW what a great cause. Iwould love to show support for something that outstanding...while getting a vanilla latte haha :)

always_317537 said...

I love the t-shirt :)

Beck said...

Ann, what a lovely giveaway! I think the amharic shirt is my favorite, too.

Tracysweetangl said...

great giveaway! love the t shirt and the coffee! thanks!

Anonymous said...

neat shirt. Showing compassion to others in everyday life rocks. Hopefully others are compassionate to my special needs daughter at school. it's tough. Sue
brooke2day@Yahoo.com

bren j. said...

We sponsor through Compassion too and both of 'our' boys turn 10 this year - exciting! Such handsome boys....

ANYWAY, this giveaway is fantastic - my husband and I have been ogling those tshirts for quite some time.

Thanks so much for the chance to win!

Tisha said...

I have never really heard of the organization, I will have to look into it more. I really like the shirt too! Thanks for the giveaway!

ticole96(at)msn(dot)com

Susan said...

I am changing the world by trying to get more educated on politics. It is important to be informed!

Love that tee!

snkjohnson at gmail dot com

WAHMgroup said...

Great giveaway!

Amanda B. said...

Starbucks.......Yummmmm!!!

I would pick Creole.

Thanks!

Annalisa said...

I help young girls through a church organization who need a little encouragement and love.. I would like to think its making a change in their world!

amcconkie@hotmail.com

Fiddle D. Dee said...

I hope that I am making a differnece through my children! I am teaching them to have a servant's heart! Thanks for the chance to enter!

Chantelle said...

What a great prize! Thanks for sharing.
chantellesabino at mac dot com

mindy said...

i am trying to change the world from my kindness to strangers thanks for the giveaway

Katrina said...

WOW, this would be an amazing thing to win. Thanks for the chance!


artisticflare(at)gmail(dot)com

Mama Zen said...

I'm raising a compassionate child!

Jesica said...

What a great giveaway! I'm changing the world by raising three kids who will learn about compassion and giving and being grateful.

molly said...

I am raising our child at home-he will be more relaxed and enjoy the world around him.

mollyanne612@gmail.com

Suz said...

Ohh, great giveaway. Thanks!

txhottie_86 at yahoo dot com

Kristy said...

I now it is a small contribution but I recycle everything I can, turn off lights when not in use, that sort of thing. I am also teaching me daughter to as well.

ksieker(at)hotmail(dot)com

Stephanie said...

changing the world by teaching my children about green ways of taking care of our mother nature.
tvollowitz at aol dot com

Kelly said...

I am trying to create less waste by recycling, freecycling, reusing, and saving what I can. I figure if all of us did this, it would help a lot!

Thank you for the giveaway!

krtrumpet [at] aol [dot] com

Reva Skie said...

I am trying to be a steward for the environment by recycling and by buying fair trade when the option is there.

jskell911 said...

My son is fascinated by foriegn languages and would love one of these T Shirts

Sweetpeas said...

We're looking into sponsoring a child through Compassion or one of the other similar organizations, just need to figure out which one!

Cjnedrow said...

As a Christian minister I am trying to shine in my little corner of the world and I have been involved in different ministries in reaching out to those around me. Hopefully in some way some lives have been touched and changed!
cjnedrow@gmail.com

Deb said...

This is a wonderful giveaway. I love your passion for a cause so worthy. Thanks.

Sue A. said...

Thanks for introducing me to these cool shirts. Shirts with meaning, that are meaningful! I like that!

ShaunJoy said...

I've sponsored a child through Compassion for 15 years now and I'm a huge supporter of their organization. Love those shirts! I didn't know they existed. ;)

Sarah said...

We started sponsoring a child after I had a miscarriage. It helped me heal. To change the world I am doing my best to be a light for Jesus!

Jingle said...

There are so many awesome things about these shirts! I love that they are eco-friendly and also have such an amazing (and yet simple) message!
jinglesells at gmail dot com

rebecca said...

These shirts are beautiful. I love Compassion and actually miss supporting a child. I need to do that again. Thank you for sharing your heart.

gitrecca (at) gmail (dot) com

Stacy said...

We give money to an organization every month that sponsers missionaries.
Great giveaway!
mcginnis135 at bellsouth dot net

Colored With Memories said...

i really like your page and the way your header is worded!

some of our friends just brought their first daughter back from ethiopia...i'd love to win the shirt for them.

i'd keep the coffee gc for me :)...well maybe we could meet them for coffee to give them the shirt! :)

thanks...i'd love for you to visit my page...

Sarah Z said...

Love you coffee bean happy face!
Thanks
Sarah
believedreamcourage (at) gmail.com

Valerie said...

LOVE the shirt!
KawaiiNeko2008 (at) aol (dot) com

Lori said...

I try to perform random acts of kindness, especially when my kids are around so that they can see how much it means to someone and they can grow up to do the same thing.

lkziegler[at]gmail[dot]com

guettel78 said...

Of all the bloggy contests this week, I would have to say that this one is my favorite so far. The tee-shirt is fantastic -- love the Bengali and Amharic shirts especially -- and the cause behind them is even better.

I'm not sure how much I'm changing the world, but I am trying to do some good with the research I do as a social psychologist looking at how identifying with characters in books and films can change people's hearts and minds and encourage them to rethink their prejudices and biases. If I'm contributing to a greater level of collective compassion in some slight way, then I'm pleased!

Thanks for the chance to win!
gkaufmanss@yahoo.com

cdmtx said...

we recycle everything ( mostly )love your site :)
great giveaway. Thanks!

BrineS said...

I would like to win this for my SIL in Michigan!

Deborah @ Comfort Joy Designs
comfortjoydesigns.blogspot.com
comfortjoydesigns{AT}gmail{DOT}com

Angela said...

I love that shirt so fun!
I use reausible averything (almost)
thanks
angyla678@hotmail.com

ktanjatk said...

Love the shirts!
Thanks for the giveaway :)

semtaylor said...

We are really into recycling anything..Find new uses for things instead of throwing away. semtaylor(at)yahoo(dot)com

Merry said...

I'm changing the world by trying to live a more sustainable lifestyle and by volunteering with the local immigration assistance organization. By learning and sharing our cultures we can really become global citizens and change the world. Thanks for the great giveaway!

Chelsey said...

I love Compassion! Our family is raising money for water filters through Samaritan's Purse (another great organization!). In the past year our 5 year old daughter has raised over $300 by selling cookies and her artwork!
Thanks for the giveaway and for spreading the word about Compassion and these great shirts! mybabyappleseed(at)yahoo(dot)ca

TwoMuths said...

There are lots of days I don't feel like I'm doing much to change the world, but I know there is always someone watching. I just try to be faithful to God and trust HIM that He will show me daily how I can best honor Him.

Jinxy and Me said...

Great prizes! Thanks for the giveaway!

Lisa said...

I'm changing the world by ... well, I can't see the changes, but I hope I am making a difference to the lives around me by just smiling at someone, whether I know them or not, taking the time to talk to others about themselves, and asking "do you need help?".
the_outsider01AThotmailDOTcom

Tamara B. said...

I am changng the world through my children to make them more conserative, recycle and be more conscience of what really matters.
tamben7996(at)aol(dot)com

Becca said...

I love Starbucks and cool shirts, thanks!!! sbcashortie (at) hotmail (dot) com

Tara said...

Change has to start within..has to start with families.. takes only one person.. Teaching our children to value life..and be content.

Thanks for the giveaway.. Starbucks is awesome.

Tara
cloudspassby78 (at) yahoo (dot) com
www.weightingforperfection.blogspot.com

Rebecca Graham said...

I am learning to go green by not using the plastic bags at the grocery store and taking my own reusable bags.

Andi said...

Thanks for the chance!

lisagee said...

Giving people the benefit of a doubt and always helping out needy animals and I have a knack for finding them or they find me.
I look out my back door-
Cats!!
I drive down the street,
a dog stuck chained on the fence.
He can't move one foot...of course I gotta help.
Being more friendly to my human neighbors too.

Roxy said...

Great giveaway very generous of you. I'm learning not to drive around aimlessly I used to love doing that but its really bad for the environment. So now when the weather is nice I will ride my bike and explore that way.

Jay said...

I am changing the world as wife, mother, and learning to be a Women of Grace! Learning about the feminine genius Pope John Paul II talked about.
rbjj32825[at]lycos[dot]com

Julie said...

Thanks for the chance to win :)

michelle said...

I am changing the world by trying to teach my kids to be more caring towards others in need...providing food and clothing or going on missions trips to help others, etc.

michelle at northofthe49 dot com

DEBIJOT said...

Love my coffee, and what great t-shirts. Thanks.

FromThe Creek said...

I am pushing the buy local movement by being involved with our local Farmers market (selling our produce and handmade items!). Thanks for the chance.

cstironkat said...

GLOBAL FOOD CRISIS-ECO NAVY CREOLE TEE would be my choice.

I volunteer for the Parter Campaign at the YMCA. I'm a member of VOWs (Volunteers of Wildwood). We have food and toy drives, clean up days at the park and other events to help our local community.

Thank you so much for the giveaway and I love Starbucks hot cocoa.

Betsy said...

I am changing my world by raising responsible, loving children (That is the plan). I hope to inspire and encourage the other young people around me to live a better life as well.

LoriM said...

Some days it feels like I'm changing the world one diaper at a time, but mostly I just try to raise my children to be conscious of the world around them and try and conserve.
Thanks for the chance.
scrappylori at gmail dot com

the schros said...

I really appreciate your title and "about" paragraph. thanks for shining.
katelynthames at yahoo dot com

A family of boys said...

Those are really awesome tees. I can tell why you love them. I especially liked the Bengal one. It sure would be a conversation starter around here. Thanks for the chance!

Trish said...

I'm helping to change the world my slowly making "green" changes in my home and every day life. One of the biggest I have done is using public transportation or walking.

I'm also making a pledge to donate at least $10 to a differnt charity every month.

trishalitax3(at)gmail(dot)com

Neen said...

Thank you for supporting a cause like this.

Stacie said...

Thanks for the giveaway!

punkinmama said...

Wow, what a great giveaway! Thanks for the chance to win!

Jessica said...

GLOBAL FOOD CRISIS-ECO NAVY CREOLE TEE

Kaitlin said...

I love both of these prizes! I'm dreaming of frappuccinos already.

kaitlinklaas[at]gmail[dot]com

Dumaurier said...

This is a wonderful giveaway, thank you very much

Wendy said...

What a cool shirt! And who doesn't love Starbucks? Thanks for entering me!

The Jacobsen Family! said...

Cool shirt! Of course I love Starbucks too! =)

Nicole said...

Thanks for the giveaway!

Bebemiqui said...

Great giveaway! Count me in.
bebemiqui82(at)yahoo(dot)com

freetibet said...

The shirts are great! freetibet1974 at yahoo dot com

Miranda said...

thanks for the contest

Betty N said...

I am trying to "change the world" by being kind to others..even to those who I find difficult. Giving to help others...food, clothing, etc. Trying to live my life by Christian Standards which says to love my neighbor as myself. Practical ideas of "going green" to help our planet to survive.
P.S. I am going to comment on your post The Child

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Sandra said...

I am trying to change the world by educating my son about the lives of people around the world and how they may differ from ours. We sponser an African child through our Sunday School and send cards to her. Our church also raises money to buy "farms" for disadvantaged people in an attempt to give them the start that they need to be successful.

owatz (at) telus (DOT) net

Katrina said...

I would love to win! Thanks for the giveaway!

Amy said...

My son would really like the shirt. I would love the Starbucks!
aleach6179(at)gmail(dot)com

Jackie said...

It may not change the world dramatically, but I hope that because I am raising my daughters to be kind, compasionate people that the may make a difference in someone's life someday...either in a big way, or a small way.

Wehaf said...

I like the green Bengali one!

urchiken at gmail dot com

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