Facebook Fans Raise Money for The Children’s Health Fund

by Shannon on April 19, 2010

I was able to attend an online briefing about this wonderful program, Connect Kids to Care. I learned so much, about hardaches that families face when they are unable to have proper medical care for their childern, and how important Connect Kids to Care and the Childern’s Health Fund is to these families. Here is some more information about this wonderful project. Which was started in NYC, with mobile units that travel to different neighborhoods to help children.

Many of us as parents can make an easy phone call to the doctor if we should have a sick child, but people without the proper health care coverage, are unable to provide proper health care for their children.

Stats show, 1 in 5 children in the U.S. live in poverty with millions of children unable to  access to regular check-ups and important doctor’s visits when ill. If important health care visits are missed, then many children go without treatment for even the most common ailments, for example asthma, allergies or cavities, which can lead to bigger problems later on in life if left untreated.

We have a great cause, Children’s Health Fund (CHF), a non-profit organization committed to providing health care to the nation’s most medically underserved children and their families which ha teamed up with Clorox to launch Connect Kids to Care.

As part of Clorox’s commitment to preventive health for families, the company is donating half a million dollars to CHF to help support CHF’s goal of offering half a million health care visits to disadvantaged children across the country, over the next two years.

In addition, Clorox is donating $1.00 for each new ‘fan’ on the Clorox Facebook page, up to $100,000. What an easy way to give, I am sure they will reach this goal in record time!

Do you want to help? There are a few easy ways to help Clorox spread the word.

1. Connect: Visit the Clorox page on Facebook® (www.Facebook.com/Clorox) to learn more about the program and become a fan. Clorox will donate $1.00 to CHF for each new fan that joins the Clorox Facebook page from April 2010 and April 2012, up to $100,000.

2. Do you tweet? If so, on April 19 from 9 a.m. ET on. Bloggers and twitter friends may also tweet using the following: Help @Clorox help @chfund provide half a million health care visits to kids in need at http://bit.ly/c5FYXE #CHFClorox!

3. Share: Help spread the word to friends and family by changing your Facebook status (additional details on www.Facebook.com/Clorox).

4. Act: Visit the Clorox Facebook page to find out more and learn how a $10 donation can help CHF provide health care to children in need.

To enter my giveaway, tweet  Follow @couponprincess on Twitter and Help @Clorox help @chfund provide half a million health care visits to kids in need and win at http://bit.ly/9mO3kb #CHFClorox

Please comment and let me know you tweeted, as you will be eligible to win We will a Clorox/Children’s Health Fund gift pack to my  followers that tweet or re-tweet about Connect Kids to Care on April 19! Thanks for your support.

Disclosure: I am receiving a GC for this post, and Clorox is giving away the prize.

Related posts:

  1. Southern Living, Health and Golf Magazines $5
  2. Freebie: Herbal Essences Fan on Facebook
  3. Giveaway: 5 Second Rule Myth Busted use Clorox
  4. FREEBIES: GO NOW get Oreos FREE on Facebook
  5. Review & Giveaway: IBW Interactive Books for Children

{ 1 trackback }

MY IDC » Facebook Fans Raise Money for The Children's Health Fund – Coupon …
September 11, 2010 at 10:16 am

{ 4 comments… read them below or add one }

chantal cooper April 19, 2010 at 6:49 am

I sent a tweet out to all my followers and i also retweeted your post.


chantalgiardina (at) yahoo (dot) com



HealthyHoustonKids April 19, 2010 at 8:13 am

Hi Princess,
I sent a tweet to my followers on @houstonkids and @jjpool, posted the Clorox Facebook request on the HealthyHoustonKids.com Facebook page, and am now following you as well as @clorox and @chfund.

Thanks for the promotion on this. What a great cause.
healthyhoustonkids (at) gmail.com



Dwalline April 19, 2010 at 7:27 pm
Dwalline April 19, 2010 at 7:31 pm

I tweeted: http://twitter.com/dwalline/status/12491433101

and a fanned the facebook clorox page!



Leave a Comment

CommentLuv Enabled

Previous post:

Next post:

Hosting and Transfer to Wordpress from Blogger provided by eDesign-Pro Company