Every year I host a blog tour in December to benefit the Edmonton Food Bank. I call it the Giftmas Blog Tour and I would like to invite you to join me this year 🙂
The blog tour will take place from December 9th through December 16th and it will include:
- A fundraiser for the Edmonton Food Bank
- A snowman drawing contest
- A Rafflecopter giveaway
- and more!
In December I will be looking for monetary donations but for right now what I’m looking for are bloggers and prizes.
To donate a prize to the Rafflecopter (which we use to encourage donations to the food bank and sharing on social media to spread the word about the tour/fundraiser) or for the snowman drawing contest all you need to do is follow the link at the bottom of this post and tell me what you’re donating.
Once the tour is over and I have the winner’s contact information I will send it to you and you will send them the prize you’ve donated.
In previous years prizes have included books, critiques, Tuckerizations, bookmarks, crafts, artwork… I think there was even cookies one year? So, basically, anything you can think of.
To participate in the blog tour you need to have a blog* and a willingness to write a blog for the tour.
We don’t have a theme this year (aside from the snowman drawing contest) so you can write about anything you want. Share cookie recipes, a holiday story (fiction or otherwise), try your hand at drawing a snowman, talk about favourite December activities, share a holiday playlist — whatever you want.
Each post will be required to share a link to the fundraiser for the Edmonton food bank and will be encouraged (but not required) to post the Rafflecopter code and information about the snowman drawing contest.
To sign up to participate in the blog tour, simply follow the link to the form below and fill it out.
If you have a day you’d prefer to blog on, include that on the form. If you don’t just put ‘N/A’ and I’ll ask you to cover whatever day has the fewest participants.
Sign-ups will close November 23rd so sign up to blog and/or donate a prize before then so you don’t miss out.
And thank you very much!
*however you define ‘blog’. Some people have used self-hosted elaborate blogs, some have used Goodreads and occasionally we’ve even had people use public Facebook posts