Publisher’s Clearing House Give Back Event!
Did you know that Publisher’s Clearing House is not just about giving prizes?!?! They are also very charitable!
This is the third year in a row that Publisher’s Clearing House has hosted the Give Back Event on their Facebook Page! What they do is allow fans of the PCH Facebook page to vote for 3 different charities. This year it is the USO, ASPCA, and St. Jude’s. You can learn about all three charities on the PCH facebook page, then you can vote for your favorite charity! This is such an easy way to give back! Fans can vote for a charity once per day. The charity with the most votes at the end of 4 weeks wins $50,000 ( 2nd place $35,000 and 3rd place $25,000)!
It doesn’t end there either, after you vote for your charity you can “share” the Give Back Charity information with your friend network on facebook. This not only helps to spread the word about how your friends can vote to Give Back to one of these charities you can also have the opportunity to win cash yourself! For every vote you make for a charity you will also be entered to win a Super Prize and the Give Back Exclusive Prize where (3) $5,000 prizes will be awarded.
I chose to vote for the St. Jude’s Childrens Reasearch Hospital. This one touches my heart the most because I love kids (I have 5) and it breaks my heart to see children sick so I would love to see them receive money to help find cures and save sick kids!
To Enter Your Give Back Vote
- Visit PCH Publishers Clearing House Facebook Page
- Read the Mission Statements of the 3 Charities.
- Click on the one you would like to vote for.
- Fill out the very short Registration form and submit it.
- Enter the Give Back Event HERE.
Publishers Clearing House is hosting the 3rd annual Give Back charity event! This year fans can vote for St Jude Childrens Research Hospital, The ASPCA, or the USO to receive a combined $100,000 in charitable donations! Plus three lucky voters will win $5000 from Publishers Clearing House!
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Publishers Clearing House. The opinions and text are all mine.