We are sharing this post as part of a Bloggin’ Mamas Social Good Campaign, and were not compensated for doing so.
Bloggin’ Mamas is sponsoring this giveaway to bring awareness to farm animal cruelty issues and to support the ASPCA’s “Change Your Chicken” Challenge.
Did you know that most full-grown chickens have less than one square foot of space to live in– less than the size of an iPad?
The ASPCA is hoping to raise awareness about the plight of factory farmed chickens in order to inspire the public to demand healthier, more humane conditions. They launched Change Your Chicken– a 30 day challenge that encourages Americans to shift all their chicken purchases from the worst factory farmed products to more humanely raised products.
Check out the ASPCA’s mobile-friendly poultry label guide – an explanation of the most common food labels and what they mean, as well as other social shareables: http://pitch.pe/1QmEJJO
Watch this ASPCA video titled “Stand Up for Chicken,” featuring chicken jokes that highlight the sad truth of factory farms:
We Encourage You to Take the Change Your Chicken Challenge for 30 days.
You can find more info and valuable resources on how to find more humanely raised chicken at www.ChangeYourChickenChallenge.com Post on social media, encouraging your friends to take the challenge as well. Here’s a sample tweet: “I’m cutting out factory farmed chicken for 30 days for the @ASPCA #ChangeYourChicken challenge: ChangeYourChickenChallenge.com”
Now for the giveaway!
Five Winners will Win an ASPCA giftpack! One of them will also win a $25 Amazon Giftcard!
Giveaway begins September 27th, 2015 at 12:01am EST and ends October 11th, 2015 at 11:59 pm EST.
Open to US residents age 18 and older.
Winner will be selected by Random.org and be notified by email.
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Disclosure: Bloggin’ Mamas is hosting this giveaway and coordinating prize fulfillment. Element Associates, The Ad Council and the ASPCA are in no way responsible for the giveaway, and only provided the above content to be distributed in the form of a PSA.