Aflac #Duckprints PLUS A $50 Gift Card to restaurant.com ends 5/11

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#Duckprints

Have you ever met someone with a truly inspiring story that touched your life in ways you never thought you could imagine? I have. And that someone is named Jamie Jenkins. Jamie is currently battling stage 4 breast cancer called infiltrating ductal carcinoma of the right breast, metastatic to the liver. I met Jamie last week at a red carpet movie premier in Hollywood and although it was only the first time I had met her I felt like I had known her for years. She is the pure definition of strength, beauty and determination all built into one. Jamie had chemo the very next day but it didn’t stop her from dressing up and enjoying a night out on the town with her friends. She even took a photo of herself  on the red carpet that would make anyone smile. Jamie also has the warmest embrace. You can feel her spirit simply through her hugs. You can learn more about Jamie’s story by visiting http://www.polkadotsonparade.blogspot.com/

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Let’s face it, cancer affects everyone and in honor of Mother’s Day and Aflac has decided to help support the fight against childhood cancer.  Aflac is donating $2 to the Aflac Cancer Center for every post or tweet of former Aflac Cancer Center patient Trisha Henry Gaffney using the #Duckprints hashtag.

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On Valentine’s Day 1996, 19-year-old Trisha was diagnosed with embryonal rhabdomyosarcoma, an aggressive tumor usually found in the head, neck, hands or feet of young children. Trisha’s was the first reported case to occur in the right ureter, the tube connecting the kidney and bladder. After going through surgery to remove her right kidney, ureter and a portion of her bladder, Trisha spent a year at the Aflac Cancer Center undergoing chemotherapy and radiation. Following her treatment for this rare form of cancer, Trisha Henry Gaffney was eager to put her health problems behind her.

#Duckprints Camapign

If you are interested  helping raise both awareness and funds for childhood cancer I urge you to get involved in the #duckprints campaign. Now through Mother’s Day Aflac will donate $2 to the Aflac Cancer Center for every tweet/retweet, or post/share on Twitter or Facebook using the #Duckprints hashtag.

Facts about Aflac Duckprints

Here are a few tips about the program:

  • Aflac has been engaged in the fight against childhood cancer for nearly 20 years.
  • During that time, the company has been fortunate to meet many unsung heroes who have made a real difference in the fight against childhood cancer.
  • To honor these individuals, Aflac has created the Duckprints award. Duckprints champions these heroes through ceremonies at childhood cancer hospitals, user-generated nominations on www.duckprints.aflac.com and in social media.
  • The goal of Duckprints is to generate a groundswell of excitement that will result in an increase in both donations and awareness, with the ultimate mission of eradicating childhood cancer.

Facts about the Aflac Cancer Center

  • The Aflac Cancer Center and Blood Disorders Center of Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta is one of the largest childhood cancer centers in the country.
  • The Aflac Cancer Center is committed to providing childhood cancer patients a brighter future through advanced medical treatment, family-centered care, a child-friendly environment and innovative research.
  • Aflac is proud to have donated more than $87 million to the Aflac Cancer Center, with the goal of reaching $100 million by the end of 2015.

For more information visit Aflac on Facebook and on Twitter.

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12 thoughts on “Aflac #Duckprints PLUS A $50 Gift Card to restaurant.com ends 5/11”

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  2. Hello! Yes. I do know someone with cancer that inspired me. My mother battled breast cancer for 10 years and passed in 1995. During that time she still worked, went to college, and graduated with a criminal justice major. She then went on to work in her desired profession for the last few years of her life. Amazing!

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  3. My Aunt, my Dad and my Mother in Law have all had to battle cancer, all 3 of them are a huge inspiration to me.

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