I’m happy to be teaming up with One2One Network to help spread the word about an easy way we can all help raise money for the Make-A-Wish Foundation. It only takes a minute of your time to help raise a potential of $1,000,000 to help grant wishes for sick children.
How can you help? Well, all you have to do is visit your local Wal-Mart on a Saturday in September and look for Straight Talk Wireless. Hang around for one minute to get some information on the no-contract cell phone service and they’ll donate $1 to the Make-A-Wish Foundation.
Don’t live near a Walmart? You can still help! From now until September 28, when you share the video on straighttalkwish.com on your social networks, Straight Talk will donate $1 to Make-A-Wish, up to $100,000 (one donation per viewer, per day) towards their $1,000,000 goal. It’s fast, easy and worth every second.
This is the second year in a row that Straight Talk will be hosting this program. Last year’s program was very successful, reaching its $1,000,000 donation mark!
About Straight Talk:
Straight Talk is a service provided by TracFone Wireless Inc., America’s largest no-contract cell phone provider in the U.S. Straight Talk partners with existing wireless networks nationwide to provide no-contract wireless phone service. It’s available exclusively at Walmart and the cost savings of not having to maintain stores is passed directly on to customers. Straight Talk has all of the same great phones as the contract carries, including name brands like Samsung, Apple, Windows and LG. They offer the same networks and the same phones at half the cost. Straight Talk provides service in more zip codes than any other wireless carrier and reaches more than 300 million Americans.
Visit the website straighttalkwish.com to find a participating Wal-Mart near you or to share the video via Facebook, Twitter or Pinterest.
One minute of your time, that’s all it takes.
Disclosure: I participated in this sponsored campaign for One2One Network. I received monetary compensation, but all opinions stated are my own.