Blush For A Good Cause {Giveaway}

Posted: October 18, 2011 at 7:20 am

Hey y'all! I haven't been feeling too well. So instead of a regular post for you, I have something a little fun. Hope you all have a great day and I hope to be back to normal by tomorrow.

You may recall my hitting up the gym last Friday for a yoga class. I didn’t tell you something special about that yoga class, though.

I rocked it out in a new top from the great workout gear company 4all by jofit.

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I tried out the Sleeveless Jo-Polo in yoga class and then wore it on a trip to the park later in the day. Yet another piece from the company that looks classy enough to go from gym wear to hang out wear perfectly. In other words, my kind of clothes. Winking smile

What’s also my kind of thing? Supporting a good cause.

Joanne Clark, the founder of 4all, has a personal connection to breast cancer, as her sister battled the disease twice. For that reason, every Windsor Jo-Polo or Sleeveless Jo-Polo shirt purchased in the Pink Blush color during the month of October will go to supporting Susan G. Komen for the Cure.

In addition to their kindness in donating the proceeds of purchases, 4all is also showing their kindness to you all with a special giveaway!

You have the chance to win your own Sleeveless Jo-Polo in Pink Blush AND a pair of their knit capris – a $136 value!

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Here’s how to enter:

  • Mandatory Entry: Tell me a cause you try to support in the comments!
  • Optional Extra Entry: Either “like” 4all on Facebook or follow 4all on Twitter.
  • Optional Extra Entry: Tweet the following: I want to win some new fitness wear from @4allbyjofit and @TinaFFF - http://bit.ly/pjJKcj

Please leave a separate comment for each entry. Open only to US residents, age 18 and up. No purchase necessary. Void where prohibited. Giveaway will end on Thursday, October 20 at 10 pm EST. Winner will be announced Friday. Good luck!!!

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195 Comments to “Blush For A Good Cause {Giveaway}”
  1. Lauren says:

    I follow them on twitter.

  2. Ashley H says:

    I support the ASPCA

  3. Ashley H says:

    I like them on fb.

  4. MelodyJ says:

    The local food bank.

    melodyj(at)gmail(dot)com

  5. Meg says:

    I don’t run races often, but when I do I make sure that it is supporting disease research or families who have lost loved ones though military/police/firefighting. :)

  6. Groff's Girl says:

    I support Breast Cancer through my races, pilates for pink and raising awareness. I support military wives by giving free yoga classes, hosting book clubs/bunco for spouses of deployed active duty. I support education by being on the executive board of PTO for my son’s school (I even won a Department of Defense Volunteer of the Year Award). I support education overseas by giving free curriculum plans, lesson plans and school supplies to a school in Wambaalee, Africa. I try to teach my children the same values, helping others will always be a good thing and can never go wrong when you do it for the right reasons :)

  7. Cheri says:

    I follow them on FB. I support my local food bank and homeless ministries.

  8. Liz says:

    I support March of Dimes

  9. Laura says:

    I support breast cancer research and awareness. It is my sorority’s philanthropy and we hold multiple events through out the year to raise money and bring awareness. This past year we raised over $55,000.

  10. dena b says:

    I support Light the Night Walk for the Leukaemia Foundation in Memory of my Brother Dan who was 36 when he lost his battle with Leukaemia.

  11. dena b says:

    I liked 4 All by Jofit on FB

  12. dena b says:

    I tweeted

  13. Vicki says:

    Oh very cute stuff!

  14. Alexa says:

    I try to support causes that help pets find homes. I feel terrible about the sick people who do puppy mills, abandon their pets, are irresponsible pet owners etc. These animals didn’t ask for this, and I think they need our help to give them the comfortable life they deserve.

  15. Alexa says:

    I follow 4all on Twitter (@AlexaTC)

  16. Alexa says:

    I tweeted about the giveaway! (@AlexaTC)

  17. Causes that I support Women for Women and Kiva. I just started my own business and 10% of what I earn from the business venture is going to go to one of these two organizations for the group sessions. I am also giving my coaching clients an option to choose their organization of choice.

  18. Lindsey Owens says:

    I support breast cancer research and Agape:)

  19. Sarah says:

    I love the cause “Cure JM,” which supports children struggling with a severe and rare autoimmune disease. In fact, I ran my first half marathon in support of BOTH Cure JM and Komen!

  20. Larissa says:

    I support Leukemia Lymphoma Society and ran my first marathon with them. Also support American Heart Association and First Candle/SIDS support group.

  21. Heather says:

    I support autism speaks!!

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  23. Leann says:

    I support the humane society!

  24. Mac says:

    I try to support LiveStrong at my local YMCA

  25. Cassie says:

    I support our community food bank. And every Christmas, my husband and I “adopt” 2 kids from the Salvation Army AngeL Tree and buy Christmas gifts for them!

  26. Stephy C says:

    I always support Habitat for Humanity. I can’t imagine what it would be like to have no home or nowhere safe to raise a family.

  27. Stephy C says:

    I liked 4all by jofit on Facebook!

  28. Jen W. says:

    I support the American Cancer Society…..

  29. Victoria Sears says:

    I volunteer with the junior league! We mostly do projects with women and children.

  30. Heather says:

    I try to support a few mostly dealing with children-Juvenille Diabetes Research Foundation is a main one since my niece was diaganosed 2 years ago.

  31. Holly says:

    I don’t actually have one cause that I’m dedicated to (but perhaps I’ll think about focusing that more!) This winter, the husband and I are helping out at Jesus Prom- a huge prom for disabled/handicapped people of all ages that our church puts on!

  32. Holly says:

    I “like” 4all on Facebook!

  33. I try and support any food cause I hear of – canned food drives, food pantry donations, etc. I love to feed people and knowing that some cannot feed themselves, I love helping out.

  34. Marni G says:

    We support our local church as well as missions. My little brother has been doing short term missions work for years and it’s close to my heart.

  35. Cynthia says:

    I support animal shelters and breast cancer awareness.

  36. Amanda says:

    I try to support breast cancer research and have accumulated numerous fundraising t-shirts and have participated in a Susan Komen Race for the Cure 5K. I’m also involved with Habitat for Humanity.

  37. Amanda says:

    I follow 4all on twitter!

  38. Hannah says:

    I like to support shelters, and really anything that goes to a good cause!

  39. Sarah says:

    I support homeless shelters and food drives!

  40. Elena says:

    I love running “Race for the Cure” to support Breast Cancer

  41. I actively support the American Council on Exercise Joining Forces program by donating private yoga sessions to military members and their families! :)

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