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Update: And the winner is… #20 HMS! Congrats to our winner and thanks to everyone who entered.
Please note: This giveaway has ended and is now closed to further entries.
Naturalizer, the "Feel Good" shoe brand, wants to give one BB reader a free pair of shoes (valued at $100) as they help raise awareness for three amazing charities!
The giveaway is part of the shoe brand's charitable campaign, Friends of Naturalizer. From April 7-11, $1 from every shoe and handbag sale (up to $20,000) will go to a deserving charity.
You can even help pick which charity will win by voting for World Wildlife Fund, Boys and Girls Club or WaterCan at Naturalizer.com.
The winner of this giveaway will receive a gift code for the Naturalizer site with $100. The code will cover the shoes, tax and shipping and will be good for any pair of the spring line that they'd like (excluding the specialty Naya brand). Expires June 15, 2011.
To enter: Visit the Naturalizer website and vote for your favorite charity, then tell us which charity you voted for in the comments section below.
P.S. Below you'll find a coupon good for 25% off your Naturalizer purchase, valid from April 7-11. Support the charities as you pick up a new pair of espadrilles for spring break or pumps for the office.
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This is not a sponsored post. Entries must be posted by 7 pm ET on April 14, 2011, to be eligible to win.
I voted for WaterCan. Clean drinking water is something we're lucky enough to take for granted, and it's crazy and sad to think that women in certain African countries have to spend up to 8 hours a day just to collect one gallon of potable water.
I voted for WaterCan. My mother was born in the 50s in Vietnam in the countryside where there was no running water and she would tell me stories of her childhood helping her mother carry buckets of water from miles away to their home. My heart goes to the mothers and children of East Africa, and I strongly believe that the first step to helping communities there to grow in the right direction is their access to clean water. It's such a wonderful cause.