Make a treat, make a difference! This holiday season Kellogg’s Canada and the Salvation Army have partnered to help bring gifts to children in need. Making a difference is as easy as Make. Share. Give! Be a part of making a child smile this holiday season!
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As you may remember I’m working with Kellogg’s Rice Krispies this holiday season on their Treats For Toys Campaign. This is the 3rd year for the Treats for Toys campaign, where families across Canada make toy shaped treats to raise money for less fortunate kids this Christmas. It’s a very simple and fun program! All you have to do is create a toy shaped treat out of Rice Krispies cereal, snap a picture, then upload it to the Treats For Toys website, or share the picture on social media (Twitter, Instagram or Facebook) using the #TreatsForToys hashtag. For every upload or share, Rice Krispies will donate $20 to the Salvation Army, who will then use the money to buy toys for children in need. Such a fantastic program, and definitely one I can support!
My kids and I have had some fun already with this program! Robots, snowmen, cars, planes and rocket ships galore! Having fun with my kids, and at the same time giving back to other kids in need.
I’m talking a bit more about the program on Global News today, so if you would like to see more, here is the clip for my TV debut!
So, let’s Make, Share, Give this holiday season!
- Make: Build a Rice Krispie treat inspired by your favourite toy.
- Share: Post a photo of your treat here on TreatsForToys.ca, or share your creation on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram with the hashtag #TreatsForToys.
- Give: Rice Krispies will donate $20 to The Salvation Army and they will then use that money to donate toys to kids. The more treats shared, the more toys donated to kids less fortunate!
- Feel all warm and fuzzy because you helped make a kid smile this holiday season!
Want to make your own Treats for Toys? Enter to win a #TreatsForToys Gift Pack! This gift pack has everything you need to make your own treat toys! Good luck!
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