Happy Fridays Mean Prizes for Readers

Last month, Aiming Low Does Good promoted Autism Awareness Month. As part of that promotion, we held a giveaway for a Blackberry Playbook. One way to enter to win was to make a donation to Autism Speaks.

Together, we ended up raising $590 during May.

We’re pretty excited about that because we know that. We’re also pretty excited to announce the winner of the Blackberry Playbook.

Drum roll, please…

The winner, by random drawing courtesy of Random.org and a fancy Excel spreadsheet is…

Tara of Laundry is NOT a Hobby!!

Congratulations, Tara. We’re super stoked for you.

On a totally unrelated note, Tara can be found on Twitter at @taralynn404 and I’m not saying it’s required, but you’re certainly welcome to send her messages of congratulations. I, for one, plan to butter her up in the hopes of making her want to give me her prize.

What? That could totally happen.

And now, my friends, you know why it pays to read Aiming Low every day.

(Incidentally, a little honey badger told me that there is going to be another awesome contest in 8 or 9 or 12 days. Something like that. It wasn’t specific. Honey badgers don’t give a shit about dates. But you might want to sign up to get email updates just in case.)

P.S. The honey badger:

You’re welcome.

About Aiming Low Does Good

Aiming Low Does Good shines a spotlight each month on causes that deserve attention and people who need help. We’ll give you some ideas of how you can help, either with your money, time or talents. We’ll also show you how to get involved in your own communities and how to spread the word.

Comments

  1. Nicole says:

    I love the honey badger. Forget a security system. I want a honey badger to protect my house.

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  2. IzzyMom says:

    $590 raised? That’s so awesome. And congrats to Tara!

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  3. lonek8 says:

    “honey badger don’t give a shit” is totally my personal motto. I look forward to finding ways of inserting it into conversation. it hasn’t happened yet, but we’re all very excited.

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