Christmas has always been one of my favourite holidays. There’s something so special about this time of the year. I always get the warm fuzzy feeling during the holidays! I also take this time to teach Little One about the gift of giving.
Though we support charities throughout the entire year, giving during the holidays is extremely important to my family. Though we may not have much, we have much to give. Giving back to those who have helped us, giving to those in need, and giving without a reason are all things we want to teach our little one.
This year, we’re donating toys and clothes to children in need. We’re also including some Kinder Surprise in their care packages!
Kinder® Canada is giving back this holiday season too!
For the second year in a row, Kinder Canada has partnered with the Children’s Miracle Network with the “A Joy To Share” program. Kinder® is not asking for a donation from you with the “A Joy To Share” program. They are asking children and families to create a greeting card as a means to share some holiday joy to children and their families at Children’s Miracle Network hospitals this holiday season.
Creating a card is easy. Simply head over to the Kinder Canada Facebook page and use their card creator. You can choose a background, a character, a greeting and a message. In fact, it’s so easy that my 5 year old daughter created this one on her own.
We told her that her card will help brighten up a child’s day.
The best part about creating a card through the “A Joy to Share” program is that Kinder® will donate $1.00 for every card created, up to $25,000.00.
As always, Kinder® has great holiday products in stores this holiday season. Be sure to pick up a few for your family, friends and have some on hand for bringing some random smiles to strangers. It will brighten up anyone’s day!
We plan on getting some of these to put in Little One’s cousins’ Christmas stockings this year!
Disclosure: I’m part of the Kinder® Mom program and I receive special perks as part of my affiliation with this group. The opinions on this blog are my own.