In the coming months we are gearing up to promote the advocacy of women and women’s health. We want to share with women everywhere the things that they can do to recognize their power, how they can find the best resources and how to advocate for themselves and their health – which brings us to some exciting news…
To kick off our efforts we are announcing an exciting contest! We want you to go out there and advocate for yourself or for other women you know, and then we want you to share your story with us. If you already have a story to share with us, great you are one step ahead, share your story today!
We have always felt writing about “your story” can be very therapeutic and when you share your stories it can benefit others. We also figured with the holidays coming our way we would love to give people a chance to get a little extra cash! This gave us the idea for the contest – the opportunity to share your story with the world and a chance to win a $250 American Express gift card! What do we get out of it? The knowledge and satisfaction that we are educating and enlightening women across the globe while advocating the power that women have in the world.
The contest will be running for three months.
What do you need to do to enter?
Send your story to email@example.com detailing how you were an advocate for yourself, your health or the health of a dear friend or family member. All entries need to be original and must be written by the person who is submitting the entry. We will then publish your story on our blog and post on our Facebook page and the story that gets the most likes on Facebook and comments on the blog post will win, and that winner will receive a $250 American Express gift card to spend on anything they wish!
We would appreciate it if you could share the details of the competition within your network of friends, family and of course all your Twitter followers!
Women have more power than they usually give themselves credit for. We are our own voice. We are our own best advocates. Let’s show the world what we are capable of and share our stories to inspire other women to act and advocate for themselves and others. Even if your story inspires just one woman to change her destiny, isn’t it worth it?