Your Ghoul Can Throw a Philanthro-Party and Win a Ghouls Helping Ghouls Skullership (Giveaway)

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What’s a Philanthr0-Party, you ask?  I hadn’t heard this word before, either, but when I was asked to share this promotion with you, I thought it sounded like a fun idea and I’m always up for supporting kids who want to help others.  And Monster High wants to help your “Ghoul” to help others with a $1000 Skullership (donation to her charity of choice) and a Monster High Prize pack for her! 

Philanthro-party (n.) —
A party with a purpose! Take any clawesome party and give it a philanthropic twist, turning it into an opportunity to give back or help others. Help raise funds, goods or awareness or assistance for a cause you’re passionate about!  (Visit GhoulsHelpingGhouls to find out all the awesome ways you can make your philanthro-party a smashing success!)

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What a fun thing to do- throw a party to get people interested in and excited about helping others!  Monster High loved one girl’s philanthropic ways so much they’ve introduced a new ghoul in school- Boo-Lu Cerone!

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Boo-Lu Cerone, known to most as Lulu Cerone, is the founder of LemonAID Warriors, a non-profit grass-roots organization that helps kids turn their passions into actions, 14 year old Lulu is helping change the way her generation “parties,” by turning each clawesome celebration into an opportunity to give back through fangtastic Philanthro-parties! Monster High has partnered with Lulu and her LemonAID Warriors creeptastic community to spread the message that when ghouls come together to activate their passions into something positive for others, they are helping to create tween-esteem, acceptance and kindness within themselves.

I love seeing stories like Lulu’s because it is a reminder of the potential of good in EVERYONE, and it warms my heart when kids want to help others.  Lulu’s parents should be- and are rightfully so- very, very proud of their daughter.  Look at what she’s accomplished at 14- and now she’s got her own Monster High character!

The “Ghouls Helping Ghouls™” Skullership:

·      Fans are asked to submit video, essay or photo around how they most represent the spirit of “Ghouls Helping Ghouls,” through Philanthro-parties- submissions could win a $1,000 cash donation to their cause of choice!

 

·      Fans may enter the contest by visiting Ghouls Helping Ghouls and following the rules for submission. Entries must be submitted by June 9, 2013. 

Monster High would like to give you a chance to win a Ghouls Helping Ghouls package to inspire your favorite ghoul to turn her passion into action.

 

I will receive a promotional item as a thank you for sharing this post.  Opinions are my own.

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  • i watched the Kind Campaign’s Lauren Parsekian and Molly Thompson share how they turned their passions into actions! video and i learned how to get started!

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  • You can have a Philanthro-party!

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  • Boo-Lu’s Bio was cute
    vmkids3 at msn dot com

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  • i like the philanthroparty tips.

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  • I love that they can enter for a scholarship.. I think ghouls helping ghouls is such a wonder thing.. my daughter loves monster high and its nice to see something my kids like doing good things

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  • i love that a 14 yr old is paying it back and the new character s

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  • Thanks for using the brand to promote self esteem- i also got this message when i tried to pin to pinterest
    We’ve blocked this source because it may be spam or other inappropriate content. More Info

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  • I love that a teenager can help out people that need it.

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  • i love the self esteem bulilder my daughter would love this

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  • I enjoyed the Lemonade Warrior Youtube Video It Supports A Great Cause

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  • I checked out the site and looked at the different themes they suggest. I would do an animal themed party and collect items to donate to the local animal shelter.

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  • I learned that LemonAID Warriors is a non-profit grass-roots organization that helps kids turn their passions into actions!

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  • I think it is awesome that a young girl at just 14 is adamant about helping others especially since she has been at it for 4 years!!!

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  • I love the new character and how its all about giving back,Lulu is a awesome girl

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  • I think the Philanthroparties are very cool. Such a great way for kids to be socially responsible.

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  • The self esteem builder is cool!

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  • My niece would love this idea.

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  • I love the fact that Monster High has gotten involved with Lulu and is raising awareness in our youth by encouraging philantro-parties to help those in need.

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  • The Philanthro Parties !! how awesome and what a great message

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  • interesting to learn te story behind LemonAID Warriors
    Thank you for hosting this giveaway

    Louis
    pumuckler {at} gmail {dot} com

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  • I learned that Boo-Lu has a rescue dog named Bandit

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  • its cool that they raise money for important causes and to educate about topics such as going green and recycling

    rypm25@aol.com

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  • I think it is great that Boo-Lu has a rescue puppy.

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  • I love that they are so focused on inspiring teens and encouraging them. As a teenager, I really could have used that extra boost to self-esteem to help me become more active, so I think this is wonderful. The contest is also a great way to not only get involved, but for teens to show their own action in the community just by submitting a video, image or essay. So simple and a great chance to win! Good luck to those who enter!

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  • I like the lemon aid warriors foundation, sounds cool!

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  • I enjoyed reading about how to (g)host a good party, including picking a theme menu.

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  • How they try to turn the parties around and use them to give back.

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  • I like the self esteem builder

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  • I learned they are bring back Monster High alum Emily-Anne Rigal of WeStopHate and Lauren Parsekian and Molly Thompson of Kind Campaign to help Lulu kick-off “Ghouls Helping Ghouls™”

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  • Lulu has been doing this for over 4 years. I think she is a wonderful role model for young girls.

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  • I learned from Boo-Lu’s Bio she doens’t like a whiner! I couldn’t agree with her more, instead of complaining work to fix the problem

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  • she works on a radio show that networks shelter dogs to ­find them homes

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  • I read Boo-Lu’s Bio, she’s cool!

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  • I love this for my niece sounds great in improving your surroundings and yourself

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  • I love the esteem building!

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  • I like that they are helping to create tween-esteem, acceptance and kindness within themselves! That’s wonderful!

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  • This sounds so great. I love to read things about kids working to improve the world around them. I love the excitement and that little things can turn into big ideas.

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