Yoplait Save Lids to Save Lives for Breast Cancer #Giveaway

Disclosure: The information and prize pack have been provided by General Mills through MyBlogSpark.

It’s Breast Cancer Awareness Month and Yoplait is helping out with their Save Lids to Save Lives campaign. To bring awareness to this event to raise money, I’m holding a giveaway for a $25 Publix Gift Card.

This is the 15th year that Yoplait has helped to raise money for breast cancer research, outreach and advocacy and they’ve donated a lot of money throughout the years. It’s simple to take part. Just purchase any Yoplait product, make sure it has a pink lid, and redeem the lids or codes. You can do it either online or through the mail. For each lid or code 10 cents is donated to Susan B. Komen.

Yoplait Save Lids to Save Lives - Giveaway

And to help you out here are some savings that are going on right now at Publix

  • $1 off any one Large Size, Light with Granola or GoGurt (coupon on select products) – Dates: October 2 – October 18
  • 20 for $10 on Yoplait Core cup – Dates: October 3 – October 9 (Hurry this ends today!)
  • Light with Granola BOGO – Dates: October 5 – October 25

To learn more, make a personal pledge, find other ways to help and to redeem your codes online visit the Save Lids to Save Lives website. You can find more coupons and savings at Publix at Publix.com and the Publix Facebook page.

Now for the $25 Publix Giftcard Giveaway!

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Comments

  1. I’m a breast cancer survivor, and every year I do Relay for Life.

  2. Jessie C. says:

    I donate to help.

  3. Stephanie Phelps
    Twitter:
    says:

    I collect the pink lids and I were the ribbon!

  4. I help by donating to the cause when I can, and supporting/sponsoring people who are raising money – like those who do walks and runs for cancer.

  5. Vickie Couturier
    Twitter:
    says:

    I encourge my friends to get their mammograms on a regurlar basis

  6. susan smoaks
    Twitter:
    says:

    i buy pink whenever i can to support breast cancer

  7. Adrienne Gordon says:

    I have raised money for Susan G. Komen

  8. I donate annually

  9. Katherine
    Twitter:
    says:

    I alos collect the lids and send them in

  10. Heather S says:

    I donate and buy products that help the cause

  11. I donate to Relay for Life every year

  12. Kyl Neusch says:

    i would say to donate

  13. Tweet a message!

  14. Rebecca Graham says:

    I make donations and buy the pink products to help.

  15. I had preventative mastectomies.

  16. gregg deering says:

    One thing is to support products that work to fight breast cancer.

  17. Thank you for the offer.

  18. Kaci Guisinger Harrison
    Twitter:
    says:

    My father has very recently had to have his tongue cut out and replaced with a piece of his stomach and a voice box put in. I don’t really do anything for breast cancer but post on a few blog sites I belong to and turn my face book into a pink one at this time of year but cancer in general I try to talk to my father, comfort him, help in any way possible. I’m really poor so I can’t financially do anything for cancer, donate, etc. But I do wish there was a cure!!

  19. Cancer has hit our family very hard this past year, and in my opinion there’s not enough being done for early detection. That said, I push people to seek additional opinions when their tests or scans come up negative, yet they know that something is not quite right with their bodies.

  20. I buy products and participate in offers/contests that support breast cancer research.

  21. I donate money. Walk during walkathons. My mother is a breast cancer survivor so this is important to me.

  22. By running the Race for the Cure and supporting Relay For Life.

  23. Thanks for the tips, and I look forward to supporting the cause through yogurt :)

  24. I donate when I can as well as encourage mammograms for everyone.

  25. I make private donations & I support the 3 women in my life currently battling against breast cancer.

  26. cassandra martz
    Twitter:
    says:

    I buy pink apparel for our family in the month of October.

  27. We paint our town Pink in support

  28. I buy pink and donate when able through fundraisers.

  29. Well, I definitely don’t do enough to help fight breast cancer. But I recently joined a veggie co-op for the month of October, the proceeds of which go to fight cancer.

  30. tracey byram says:

    I buy products that support breast cancer research.

  31. I volunteer with the ACS with my mom =who is a brreast cancer survivor

  32. Jane Thomas says:

    I donate and wear pink this month

  33. I make donations!

  34. Jaclyn Reynolds says:

    We make donations a couple times a year. Thank you for the chance.

  35. Steve Stone says:

    my grandma died of cancer. I spread the word by talking about it.

  36. I donate and purchase items that do donate to research.

  37. June Lisle says:

    I pray and stay on top of self checks. Prayer is the most powerful tool in fighting or surviving.

  38. Jill Myrick says:

    We donate , go on breast cancer walks and buy pink to help fund mammograms.

    jweezie43[at]gmail[dot]com

  39. Desiree H says:

    I help by purchasing products that donate to the cause! :) Thank you

  40. I make donations!

  41. Beth Klocinski says:

    I walk in the Susan B Kohman events

  42. Stephanie Larison says:

    I donate money when I can, also wear pink.

  43. Annemarie Z. says:

    I make donations!

  44. Mya Murphy says:

    I buy some products that help. But it’s rare. I am broke!!!

  45. I make donations.

  46. Leslie L Stanziani says:

    I buy products that give part of the proceeds to breast cancer research.I just bought 5 reusable bags that give back last week.

  47. allyson becker says:

    Make a donation.

  48. Tabathia B says:

    At my daughter’s local high school we volunteer at relay for life (usually happens on prom night :) and we do the breast cancer walk, buy pink and encourage mammograms at age 40 or before if there’s a history

  49. I have done walks. Also reminding people to do their monthly check is important.

  50. David Balkin
    Twitter:
    says:

    My mother is a survivor. I actually spent time with her in an Oncology ward. I helped fight breast cancer by being an advocate for my mother.

  51. Nicole Millheim says:

    I buy pink items that support breast cancer support

  52. e michelle says:

    i donate and buy products that support breast cancer research

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