This coming Easter, KINDER® Canada has partnered up with Children’s Miracle Network in ‘A Joy to Share’ Campaign to bring joy to children across Canada who are in need.
When I was in University, one of my Practicum Placements was in a hospital on the Paediatric Floor. This was quite a learning and eye opening experience for me. It was so incredible to see that some of the smallest gestures helped those children and families more than you could ever begin to imagine. Being in a hospital is a very overwhelming and often scary experience for a child. Anything that can be given to Children’s Hospitals to help them take care of their patients is appreciated. This is why the Children’s Miracle Network is such an important Charity!
You too can help to support the Children’s Miracle Network by purchasing KINDER® Seasonal Easter Products (they have some really cute ones out this year!) or by donating directly on the Children’s Miracle Network website.
Feel free to go to the Miracle Kids tab on the KINDER® Canada Facebook Page to read some Miracles shared by some Hero Moms!
This year, this #KinderMom will be using the empty plastic trays from the KinderEgg box that we finished to store our decorated Easter Eggs while they dry! They are the perfect shape and size to keep the eggs from bumping into one another.
My family always looks forward to an Easter Egg hunt on Easter Sunday. My niece and I hide all of the treats. I typically fill up plastic Easter Eggs with small chocolate treats and Easter candies. This year, there will be some larger eggs that have a Kinder Surprise inside of them! The kids will be SO excited!
I would also like to start an annual tradition where we do something as a family to help others. Special holidays are a perfect time to teach children the importance of helping and giving to others. This year, we will be donating to the Children’s Miracle Network.
Will you be joining us?
Disclosure: I’m part of the Kinder® Mom program and I receive special perks as part of my affiliation with this group. The opinions on this blog are my own.