Support @AflacDuck & @SheSpeaksUp in the #AflacKids Fight Against Pediatric Cancer & Enter for a Trip to Orlando


Did you know that 12,000 children will be diagnosed with cancer this year? Aflac has been passionately supporting the cause of pediatric cancer for 17 years and 
over their philanthropic history, the extended Aflac family has given more than $75 million to childhood cancer through their relationship with the Aflac Cancer and Blood Disorders Center of Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta. For more information about Aflac’s support to fight pediatric cancer click hereClick here to view the Aflac Pediatric Cancer Infographic.



Aflac is inviting parents, caretakers and those who just love the kids in their lives to join them in supporting these kids who will be diagnosed. For a donation of just $12, you’ll get a rubber duck in honor of those 12,000 kids who will get a life changing diagnosis this year and each duck will be entered in an upcoming virtual duck race. The proceeds go towards a great cause, and the winner of the duck race will win a family-friendly trip for four to Orlando!


When you and your family donate $12, you’ll receive a rubber duck and entry into the Swim with Friends virtual race. Each entry is a chance to win a family-friendly vacation for four to Orlando! Aflac will also match your $12 donation and all proceeds will go directly to pediatric cancer research, and if you share word of this fundraising drive on Twitter using the hashtag #AflacKids, they’ll also donate another $2 to cancer research!


On October 9th, the Swim with Friends virtual duck race will be held on Facebook at www.facebook.com/aflacduck. The owner of the winning rubber duck (chosen at random) will win the family vacation for four. Swim with Friends and donate to get your rubber duck today at www.aflac.com/friends.

For more information on how you can get involved with the Aflac Duck at the Swim with Friends virtual rubber duck race and support this cause, check out the sites below!



Website: www.aflac.com/friends
Hashtag:
 #AflacKids
Twitter:
 @AflacDuck
Facebook:
 facebook.com/AflacDuck

 

 

Disclosure: This is a sponsored post for Aflac/SheSpeaks

 


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