{Giveaway} Edible Arrangements in MA, NH, and RI Raises Funds for MS

I have partnered up with Edible Arrangements to offer this fabulous giveaway in conjunction with spreading the news that the National MS Society has joined efforts with Edible Arrangements in MA, NH and RI to raise funds for MS research and raise awareness. 

How does MS touch my life personally? Thirteen months ago my sister gave birth to a beautiful baby girl after being told for many years she would never have a child. This little miracle baby entered our world and melted our hearts but then my sister started having some issues. Losing feeling on one side of her body, literally from head to toe. I was scared, she was scared and so the tests began. It was mind boggling what would be going on and put a bit of fear in us at the same time, you see my sister is my only sibling and while we had our ups and downs growing up, we are really close adults. Finally, after a few tests were completed it was deemed that my sister has MS. We found out that pregnancy can make MS symptoms flare up, this means my sister has to realize that she may not have any more children for it could really mess up her body with this MS diagnosis. Apparently my sister getting pregnant and having her child made the MS flare up, something she didn’t even know she had, and now she has to test out medications to try to lead a life of some normalcy and raise her beautiful girl. We both are not educated in the area of MS, but sharing this post to help spread the news that Edible Arrangements has partnered up with the National MS Society to raise funding for MS research warms my heart. Maybe it can help more families be aware of what MS is and find more research to assist those living with MS.

This is not the first year that Edible Arrangements has partnered with The National MS Society to raise funds, in the past three years they have donated nearly $33,000 to fund the MS Research and Raise Awareness. Mind you, the locations are in NH, MA and RI that are taking part in this particular cause.

Enter to Win Orange Citrus Blossom from Edible Arranements to Support MS Research

Edible Arrangements stores throughout Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and Rhode Island will donate $5 from every Orange Citrus Blossom arrangement sold during March, which is National MS Society’s MS Awareness Month. Orange is also the official color of the Society. Sharing this giveaway for you all is my way of helping to spread the word, because MS is something that has hit close to home for so may and now it’s hit close to home for me.

The Giveaway

One lucky person will be randomly selected out of those who use the Rafflecopter form to enter to win. The giveaway item is one Orange Citrus Blossom arrangement. The order must be placed in March, as part of this campaign, but may be scheduled to be delivered to anyone in the US during the 2014 calendar year. This is open to US only. This giveaway will end at 12am Eastern on March 22,2014.

Winners will be announced live on site and emailed directly. Winners shall have 48 hours from announcement post and email to claim prize otherwise another random winner shall be chosen using the random generator through Rafflecopter.

** one entry per person, while you can tweet once per day, all other entries are ONE TIME per PERSON. 

Using the Rafflecopter form below is easy; use name/email to log in or Facebook for login. Rafflecopter will not use your email or access for anything other than giving me a way to contact you should you be the randomly chosen winner! Winner will have 48 hours to claim prize or another person will be randomly selected.

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41 comments

  1. Rosey (968 comments) says:

    I love that they’ve donated so much money in the last three years. That’s really commendable. And I’m sorry to hear about your sister’s diagnosis. :(

  2. nannypanpan (120 comments) says:

    sorry to hear about your sister. contact the ns society in case they have pamphlets on it to help find out more

  3. Margaret Smith (86 comments) says:

    This not only looks delicious, but it’s really a beautiful arrangement. Thanks for this chance.

  4. allies angle (1 comments) says:

    I would love to give this to my mom, she deserves a special surprise for no reason!! And I’m very sorry to hear about your sister, wishing her the best!

  5. Jennifer R (13 comments) says:

    The fruit arrangements from Edible Arrangements always look so beautiful. I would be happy to give such a gift to someone.

  6. Annmarie W. (92 comments) says:

    I love Edible Arrangements! My mom sent us one for our anniversary a couple of years ago. Delicious!

  7. Theresa D (16 comments) says:

    Sorry to hear about your sister. It is so nice that you are involved and making donations. Hopefully there will be help in the near future.

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