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Sorry! This giveaway is now closed! We would like to congratulate Janet (Commenter #48) on winning this prize pack!

Today we are offering a beautiful gift basket of items from Ford that would make an amazing holiday gift, a special gift  for someone who has survived cancer, or that could be divided to offer as gifts to many special people in your life.

This year, Ford Warriors in Pink continues its 15-year partnership with Susan G. Komen for the Cure by introducing a great new line of hip and contemporary fashion apparel and accessories that give back to the cause.

All items are available online at www.FordCares.com and 100% of all net proceeds directly benefits Susan G. Komen for the Cure all year long. You gotta love that!

In their efforts, Ford Warriors in Pink has generated more than $1.8 million for the Susan G. Komen foundation through apparel sales alone. It is quite amazing when that much money is raised for a great cause just through the purchasing of great apparel.

This year, the  2009 Ford Warriors in Pink apparel collection is for both men and women, and features important symbols signifying the message of hope, strength and unity in the commitment to the fight against breast cancer. The items are beautifully made and would make fantastic holiday gifts to give or to get this holiday season.

Today we are giving away a huge Ford Warrior Gift Basket filled with many items which may include Warriors in Pink accessories, t-shirts, tops, stamp kit, scarf, and a men’s tie. This is one giveaway you won’t want to miss and pictured here are just a few of the items that will be included.

To enter to win, please tell me why this would make a lovely addition under your holiday tree. Entries will be taken through Tuesday (11/17) at 8PM EST. Our winner will be drawn at random. Good luck, everyone!


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  1. 51

    I need this give away because my mom just had surgery and is cancer free! I would give it to her to celebrate!

  2. 52

    THIS GIFT BASKET WOULD BE A WONDERFUL WAY TO SHARE THIS HOLIDAY SEASONWITH OTHERS THAT NEDD FAITH TKS FOR THE CHANCE

  3. 53

    I would love to have this gift under my tree so I could present it to my aunt, who is celebrating her 5th year of being cancer free.

  4. 54

    This Christmas we are really on a budget…even more so than it has been for years. We have our first property tax due, we want to be able to see our families, and provide and nice Christmas for our babies. With the weight of these bills on our shoulders it’s really hard to afford anything for our kids much less each other. Every little bit is a relief.

  5. 55

    My mom died of breast cancer 28 years ago…so much progress has been made…this gift would be a symbol of hope for me and my daughter.

  6. 56

    my best friend’s mother was recently diagnosed with breast cancer. i love giving gifts and this addition under my tree would be wonderful!

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    I have a best friend that has gone through surgery, chemo and radiation not long ago for breast cancer. She is my warrior hero and I would love to gift her with this basket, maybe for her 60th birthday with is in a couple months.

  9. 59

    Don’t have alot of extra cash this holiday season and these would be very nice items I could give to my deserving parents who help me out soooo much!

  10. 60

    My mother in law is a breast cancer survivor. This would be a great gift for her. *loves her mother in law*

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    I would love to have this basket to help honor my brave mother and grandmother. My grandma passed away from cancer and few years ago, and a year later my mom was diagnosed with it.

    Thankfully, my mom is now cancer-free and living an active life. Both of these women give me so much inspiration and motivate me to make the most of each day I have.

  15. 65

    There are so many people that I would love to bless this Christmas however, I’m not able to financially. However, this would give me that chance when I win.

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    I was so planning to get the tie for my hubby so he could spread breast cancer awareness at work..would love to win it!!

  18. 68

    I have lost two friends to cancer, have a cousin is a Hodgkens disease cancer surivor, a man at our church who is recovering from pancreatic cancer, an aunt who is awaiting results from lung biopsies, and another man at church that just got a clean report from his doc after being scared that his cancer had returned. I would love to win this set!

  19. 69

    My 27 year old sister is currently in remission from her cancer treatments. This basket would totally make her day.

  20. 70

    This would make a lovely addition under my holiday tree because there is a gift for each member of my family, my husband and one each for my daughters. Thank you.

  21. 71

    The scarf would make a great gift for a girlfriend that is in the midst of treatment for tyroid cancer now. The tie would be a nice stocking stuffer for my husband and the umbrella would be a great addition to my mother in law’s gift.

  22. 72

    Whats not to love about this there is something for everyone and it supports the breast cancer cause.

  23. 73

    haven’t had anyone battle breast cancer, but my husbands grandmother just fought cancer and is now battling low immune system. i bet there is something in that basket i could send her. she is such a strong woman who is always helping out others.

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    A friend of mine at church is battling breast cancer right now. This would make a lovely gift for her.

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    I was just diagnosed with breast cancer a month ago, and had a bilateral mastectomy last Thursday. This is a beautiful basket!

  29. 79

    I would love to be able to share these things and show them off to support breast cancer research. I think it’s very important.

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    I have three aunts that have died from breast cancer. My mom would love the scarf as a supportive reminder to keep fighting for the cure.

  32. 82

    My aunt passed away from breast cancer a few years ago. I would love to give this to my Mom.

  33. 83

    What great gifts! I am a 4 year Breast Cancer survivor and mom of 3 wonderful daughters. We would cherish these!!

  34. 84

    This would make a great gift under my tree because I would give them to my daughter. She lost her grandmother on her father’s side to breast cancer and they would mean alot to her.

  35. 85

    What a beautiful set. If I won this set, I would share it with those who have supported me throughout my difficult time lately, even though they had their own tragedies and stresses going on in their lives.

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    Wow, what an awesome gift basket. I would probably give the items to different people. The scarf to my daughter’s teacher, the tie to my husband, etc. Fighting cancer is near and dear to my family as my husband’s grandfather passed away from cancer before our children were born and my father is currently fighting lung cancer. Thank you!

  38. 88

    All the items are so pretty and for a good cause! I’d share the items with friends in hopes that they’d spread the word about the cause as well :)

  39. 89

    I would love to win this prize – not only to support breast cancer, but all cancers! I lost my younger brother (23) to cancer two years ago and these items would go along great with all my other cancer supporting items. My hope is that some time soon, everyone battling cancer will ALL be survivors!

  40. 90

    i had cancer surgery 2 yrs ago decemeber…so i like having hope under the tree. Cause i feel thankful that i get another christmas

  41. 91

    This is a great way to support breast cancer. I am glad to see items for men. I don’t think people realize how common it is for men to get breast cancer as well. I would love to give this basket as a Christmas gift.

  42. 92

    I would love to give this to my mom. Great way to support the fight against breast cancer.

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