Here's some important information about Everydayhero:
- The everydayhero platform is arriving soon in the U.S. People can pre-register for the platform (and get a sneak peak in advance) by visiting the everydayhero site: https://preregister.
- The everydayhero platform is transforming the giving experience by offering people a way to track and see all the good they do for causes they are passionate about. The platform not only allows people to raise and donate money to nonprofits, but it takes the notion of giving a step further. It allows users to raise money and track their Giving Footprint™ to measure, monitor and amplify everything they put forth when giving to a cause.
- The Giving Footprint™ provides a visual window into people's giving activities to quantify everything they do when supporting a cause -- miles run, hour spent volunteering, voice amplified across social, etc. Everydayhero wants people to realize that everything counts when supporting a cause, such as Muscular Dystrophy, Breast Cancer Awareness or Animal Cruelty, and that every action should be accounted for and acknowledged.
We've all been part of a fundraising event at some point. I know I have, and I think being able to track things and see how you're doing is a great concept. I also think everydayhero is a great concept to help kids track their giving footprint. I know for sure I'll be using it the next time my kids raise money, or to show their volunteering is making an impact and to see there is purpose. How cool is that?
If you're interested and want to how the platform works, click here for a short video explaining everything you need to know.
In an effort to get everyone on board with tracking and the US launch of everydayhero, the awesome people at everydayhero will be giving away TWO Fitbit Flex Bands to two MomSwimBikeRun readers*. To enter, I simply invite you to click on over to everydayhero and preregister and start supporting the causes you already love and fill out the rafflecopter form below.
This post and giveaway are sponsored by everydayhero, but all opinions are my own