Remember how I told you about the UPS #WishesDelivered campaign? Well, UPS is partnering with charities and donating money for every wish that is shared with #WishesDelivered. These wishes need to be good, genuine and caring wishes. An unselfish wish.
Something like wanting a new car isn’t the spirit of what is happening here. Wishing for food for an animal shelter that is struggling and working to save precious pet lives or a special day out for a sick relative.
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You want to hear my wish? Because it means a lot to me. And it is something that I’m tearing up about right now… Without going into tons of detail, my nephews have had some stress and worry that doesn’t belong on the shoulders of an 7 and 9 year old. And they have carried their burdens and worries like brave little men. I am so proud of them.
So I want to give them an amazing trip. When we get out and away from things, I can just see the worries melt away… out of sight, out of mind. It’s good for them. It’s good for me. It’s good for us all really. My wish is that I get to take the boys on a little weekend trip where they can worry about nothing and enjoy everything. And get to act like 7 and 9 year old kids for a while.
Now back to you and your wish. Snap that pic or write up your special wish and use the hashtag #WishesDelivered and share it on Instagram or Twitter through the #WishesDelivered site if you’re not into the social media scene by December 31, 2014. $1 will be set aside and used for good for each wish up to 100,000. Aren’t into all of this social mumbo jumbo? You can still enter going online to ups.com/wishes and manually submit your wish. What’s your wish?
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