postcard for a cause + the season of giving

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postcards, souvenirs, Christmas

I got three of these postcards when we went out a few weeks back. They might be a bit pricey at P40 each {about $1}, but these cards are for a World Hunger Relief 2011 project + proceeds from them will go to the UN World Food Programme to help feed children in conflict-affected areas in Mindanao. You are actually hitting 2 birds in one stone when you get some of these cards, you are not only adding to your stash of postcards to collect or trade, but you are also donating for a worthy cause! So, it really is a win-win situation. ^_^

postcards, souvenir, christmasThese meaningful postcards make great Christmas card to send your postcrossing friends or greet your friends + loved ones across the miles. I have especially-made Christmas cards to mail my friends, so I decided to give the postcards away to one lucky commenter for November. I am also giving 2 more to my top 2 commenters this December 01 – 15 {just so I am sure to mail it before the Christmas season ends^_^}. + to make it more interesting, am also throwing in $5 Paypal cash to the top commenter of the month.


Simply follow the few easy steps via the Rafflecopter + be my top commenter to bag the prize. Comments are also moderated, so please be mindful to leave relevant ones, right?I look forward to reading all your comments. ^_^

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      Hey, Gene, remember the girls from Pizza Hut when we were eating at Gateway? You can get one from Pizza Hut. I got mine in Pizza Hut – SM Pampanga ^_^

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