Do you represent a cause marketing initiative?
We love partnering with cause marketing initiatives in a variety of ways in order to help increase awareness about organizations, services, and charities. We welcome the opportunity to help spread the word.
Ambassador programs, blog tours, in-home or in-store live events, and Twitter parties are just some of the ways that we can partner with you. Learn more about our past partnerships and how we collaborated to generate excitement about the cause, as well as to increase awareness:
The Monsanto Fund highlights rural communities through America's Farmers Community Outreach Programs. Mom It Forward partnered with Monsanto to celebrate people, places, and stories that make small towns great. Click here to learn more about the campaign.
Diaper need is an immediate concern in the United States. Mom It Forward and AWHONN are urging readers to show support for the campaign and make a difference. Click here to learn more about the campaign.
1 in 3 families in America don't have enough diapers to keep their babies clean, dry and healthy. With this, Mom It Forward teamed up with AWHONN (Association of Women's Health, Obstetric and Neonatal Nurses) to drive awareness of this pressing issue of diaper need. And that together, we can wipe out diaper need! Click here to learn more about the campaign.
Mom It Forward partnered with CMN Hospitals to give you a more awkward and meaning Thanksgiving by downloading the new CMN mobile fundraising app and ask for money. Two bloggers were selected to participate in this campaign who shared their individual experiences on how CMN Hospitals improved their lives. Click here to learn more about the campaign.
Mom It Forward partnered with gift experts from Cool Mom Picks and with Kindle Love Stories to celebrate Valentine's Day. Participants joined the Twitter party and discussed the best and worst gifts, gifting tips and shared some good advice and recommendations from experts. Click here to learn more about the campaign.
Every victory has its own story of sacrifices. Mom It Forward partnered with FOX Sports to honor the dedicated and hardworking ladies of the US Soccer Team by reuniting them with their moms in a heartwarming Mother's Day celebration. The bloggers who participated in the campaign had a total of 2,389,116 UVMs per Google Analytics and a reach of 5,809,064 reach across social media platforms. Click here to learn more about the campaign.
In order to continue the mission of building girls of courage, confidence, and character, who make the world a better place, Mom It Forward Media partnered with Girl Scouts to promote the Girl Scout Cookie program. Through the campaign, girls from the council sell cookies not just to raise revenues but to learn life skills as well. Cake selling teaches the values of business ethics, goal setting, money management, decision making, and people skills. Click here to learn more about the campaign.
The iconic got milk? began its campaign in 1993 to encourage kids to consumer more milk for health benefits. Mom It Forward partnered with the campaign to promote their got milk? goodies and to show support in their fight against child hunger. Click here to learn more about the campaign.
This campaign was all about raising awareness about one of the more alarming issues in the United States - diaper need. Huggies' "Every Little Bottom" program, through the National Diaper Bank have been committed to support the cause and have donated over 80 million diapers since 2010. Mom bloggers took to their blogs to support the cause. Click here to learn more about the campaign.
The campaign with Habitat for Humanity and Libby's took a more hands-on approach. The bloggers themselves took part in the home building and shared their experiences through blog posts. Participants found it remarkable to participate in such an important project for the community. Click here to learn more about the campaign.
Mom It Forward collaborated with Mattress Firm to raise awareness about 'Kid Heroes', the brand's social media contest dedicated to foster kids. Using the #Donate4FosterKids hashtag, both the blog tour and Instagram campaigns were successful. Click here to learn more about the campaign.
Mom It Forward bloggers took part in "the Great American Milk Drive event at their respective local communities. Together with other bloggers, participants, representatives from Feeding America and the Milk council, the entire group turned the event into a massive campaign to raise awareness and address the milk shortage in the United States. Click here to learn more about the campaign.
Murphy Oil Soap wanted to drive traffic to their Pinterest board in order to get pins of their "Repin. Reforest" campaign in collaboration with the Arbor Day Foundation. In order to make that happen, we enlisted the help of Mom It Forward Bloggers who followed a set of requirements to help increase the traffic. Click here to learn more about how a Pinterest scavenger hunt helped achieve a successful campaign.
Milk Life and Mom It Forward collaborated to raise awareness about the importance of drinking milk, a high protein diet and shared their "Morning Routine" with their readers. The blog tour and the social media promotions contributed to the success of the campaign. Click here to learn more about the campaign.
The Nestle Family and Reading is Fundamental (RIF) organization partnered with Mom It Forward for live events to promote and encourage young kids to read and appreciate books. The campaign was a success and made a positive contribution to their respective communities. Click here to learn more about the campaign.
Together with OfficeMax, Mom it Forward bloggers hosted a series of live events, Twitter parties, and represented themselves at the Type-A Parent blogging conference with the ultimate goal of educating parents about the issue on teacher's out-of-pocket spending. Click here to learn more about the campaign.
For school groups and organizations, the ultimate problem is usually the funding. The answer to this? Pear. Mom It Forward partnered with Pear and asked bloggers to spread the word about the service, and how it makes sponsorship for custom apparel or donations easy. Click here to learn more about the campaign.
Mom It Forward partnered with RISE (Responsible Industry for a Sound Environment) by enlisting the help of 11 bloggers to debug the myths about the deadly Zika virus and how you can protect your family and community from it. The bloggers who participated in the campaign had a total of 1,917,336 UVMs per Google Analytics and a reach of 675,709 reach across social media platforms. Click here to learn more about the campaign.
It is time for proper eye care and consistent exams to become a bigger priority in our lives, especially when it comes to our children! To spread awareness about eye care and prevention, Mom It Forward Media partnered with Think About Your Eyes in a blog and twitter campaign. Click here to learn more about the campaign.
Mom It Forward partnered with USA Pulses and Pulse Canada to drive buzz and awareness on how easy, naturally delicious, and nutritious pulses are. Each blogger created their own recipes using pulses as an ingredient. These new recipes are readily accessible through their blog posts or using the hashtag #LovePulses. Click here to learn more about the campaign.
In a recent national survey conducted with the Tribeca Film Festival, 1 in 3 binge-watchers (37%) say their eyes frequently get dry or irritated when they binge-watch. With this, Mom It Forward and Visine collaborated for a massive #ScreenOn campaign to generate online buzz about the social benefits of screen time. Click here to learn more about the campaign.
Mom It Forward collaborated with Vitamin Angels to promote their cause through a blog tour campaign. The goal was to encourage other moms to participate and contribute in any way they can. Click here to learn more about the campaign.
Walmart launched their campaign of 'Empowering Women Together' with the hopes to build better lives for women and their families. The campaign is part of the company's global economic 5-year commitment through 2016. Fifty bloggers took part and shared their thoughts about the campaign. Click here to learn more about the campaign.
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