We all hope our children grow up to make a difference in the world. What we sometimes fail to realize is that they can already make a difference even while they are children.
Lisa Cerone, mother of 14-year old Lulu, knows first-hand about the discipline and encouragement it takes to foster big aspirations from a small person. At the age of 10 years old, Lulu Cerone single-handedly created, organized, and executed a large-scale, school-wide fundraiser, aptly named LemonAID, to help aid the earthquake victims in Haiti, raising more than $4,000.
Today, Lulu is inspiring friends, classmates and her community to give back in whatever ways they can. Her good work caught the eye of one of the most popular tween girl brands â€“ Monster High® who, starting April 15th through June 9, will give Philanthro-party hosts a chance to win a $1,000 cash donation to their cause of choice through the Ghouls Helping Ghouls Skullership.
To enter the Ghouls Helping Ghouls Skullership:
- Fans are asked to submit a short description and photo around how they most represent the spirit of â€œGhouls Helping Ghouls,â€ through Philanthro-parties.
- Fans may enter the contest by visiting www.ghoulshelpingghouls.com and following the rules for submission.
Here is my interview with Lisa and Lulu Cerone:
Monster High would like to give you a chance to win a Ghouls Helping Ghouls package to inspire your favorite ghoul to turn her passion into action. Giveaway includes: Monster High doll, double feature DVD, t-shirt and magazine.
Win the Ghouls Helping Ghouls Monster High package
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