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.


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!

golf - London Jo-Sleeveless Polo - Orchidgolf - Knit Capri - Black

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 -

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. Heidi Nicole says:

    I try to support local animal shelters/charities as much as possible.

  2. Heidi Nicole says:

    I follow 4all on Twitter

  3. Emily says:

    I’m an advocate for Autism Speaks at my University. Autism now affects 1:70 boys and 1:110 children overall. Those numbers are unacceptable and it is a cause I’m passionate about.

  4. A cause I support is Domestic Violence Awareness. I was abused as a child and adult and left that environment back in January. Ever since then I have striven to help people get out of their situations and to get help. October is actually DVA month as well.

  5. Beverly says:

    I enjoy supporting St. Jude’s Childrens Hospital.

  6. cheryl says:

    i support awareness of endometriosis….it impacts so many lives but gets such little attention

  7. Hope you feel better! I try to support refugees.

  8. Cynthia says:

    I support animal shelters when I can.

  9. Haley says:

    I support centers and organizations protecting the lives of the unborn, as well as other missions organizations that minister to orphans in third world countries.

  10. I always try to support anyone who has battled or is battling cancer. My dad is a leukemia patient and is undergoing treatment for the third time, so it is something that is close to my heart!

    Great giveaway!

  11. Jo Anna says:

    We support our local United Way!

  12. John and I support St. Jude Children Hospital as well as our church. St. Jude has a special place in our hearts because we both love children and is all about cancer research (John’s field of study).

  13. I support St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital and the World Wildlife Fund.

  14. Cellabella says:

    I support Second Harvest which grows fresh produce to help feed hungry families. I’m also a big supporter of our local animal shelter where we found our loveable little terrier 🙂

  15. Jordan K says:

    Nothing sparks my workout motivation more that new cute workout clothes!! I have a couple friends that suffer from Multiple Sclerosis so I always try to participate in their walk/fundraiser each year- But I also have been doing the Race for the Cure run/walks for the past few years also. I love being active in these because it’s fun, offers hope and helps a good cause!

  16. LaRae Cromer says:

    Ii always try to help out with causes that help fund studies for urea of Autism. My younger cousin is autistic and I couldn’t imagine A sweeter more caring person walking this earth! he is great!

  17. LaRae Cromer says:

    I also follow 4all on twitter! And I retweeted!

  18. AmandaCG says:

    Tina I hope you are feeling better ASAP! No fun being sick.

  19. Amy Lauren says:

    I like to support pretty much any children’s charity. I guess I have a soft spot for kids like that!

  20. I always try to support St. Jude…that hospital and what they stand for has always tugged at me heart. I always say that if I were as rich as Oprah (or won the lottery), that a portion of my winnings would go to St. Jude.

  21. I tweeted: I want to win some new fitness wear from @4allbyjofit and @TinaFFF –

  22. Jessica says:

    I support FAST (Foundtion for Angelman Syndrome Therapeutics). A friend’s daughter has Angelman Syndrome and they are SOOOO close to a cure!

  23. Kate says:

    I always support the american cancer society.

  24. Carly says:

    Definitely anything Parkinson’s related. My uncle was diagnosed very early with Parkinson’s – think Michael J Fox. It has caused him to not be able to live the life he wants to live and I want a cure to be found!

  25. Leanne says:

    I support my local Christian Radio Station, my church and recently helped raise funds for the March of Dimes!

  26. Melissa K says:

    I support a local Children’s hospital!

  27. Melissa K says:

    I follow 4all on Twitter now!

  28. Melissa K says:

    I just tweeted about your giveaway!

  29. Lisa says:

    I am a sucker for animals–specifically cats. I used to volunteer at a no-kill cat shelter. I LOVED it! It made me so happy to help out. I still donate money since I don’t have time right now.

  30. I always try to support no-kill animal shelters!

  31. jenny says:

    i support Alzheimer’s research and World Vision 🙂

  32. Jenny says:

    Also, I liked on Facebook!

  33. We got our puppy from an animal shelter so I support the ASPCA!

  34. Beth says:

    We lost my dad to brain cancer, so brain cancer research/funding for a cure is definitely one I support!

  35. Katie says:

    Following 4all on Twitter!

  36. Of course I am always supporting Girls on the Run, but we also support the Christian Mission in our town and the Christian Mission in Mwandi where we visited this summer.

  37. Amy says:

    I support drug abuse awareness by speaking to doctors and residents.

  38. Amy says:


  39. Amy says:

    Liked on FB too!

  40. Awesome Giveaway! I just baked a dozen muffins for tomorrow’s Office Bake-Sale to raise money for the United Way 🙂

  41. Lauren says:

    I try to support World Vision, an organization for world hunger. My church youth group does a 30 hour famine to raise money for it every year.

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