Mommy Blog Expert: Share Mom Photos to Raise Funds for National Park Foundation & Others #MacysLovesMom

Thursday, May 7, 2015

Share Mom Photos to Raise Funds for National Park Foundation & Others #MacysLovesMom


Mothers



Taking Throwback Thursday to the Next Level


Mother's Day isn't just this coming Sunday, it's every day as any mom will tell you, myself included. So when I have the opportunity to celebrate fellow mothers everywhere on top of helping to spread the word about a corporate social campaign raising money for some of America's most worthy charities I don't even have to hesistate before I say yes.


Me next to my mom & siblings at Yellowstone Park Circa 1966, MommyBlogExpert.com

Macy's Thank-A-Mom Initiative #MacysLovesMoms

From now through May 10, Mother's Day, you are encouraged to join me in sharing your favorite throwback photos and memories of your mother on Instagram, Twitter and Tumblr. These can be throwback images of you and your family at parks including historic sites, seashores, monuments, memorials, trails, etc, but throwback images in general would be wonderful too. For every share of a motherly moment using the hashtag #MacysLovesMoms Macy's will donate $3, up to $400,000 total, to the National Park Foundation, Go Red for Women, Futures Without Violence, Reading is Fundamental and Make-A-Wish.


My 1960s 5th Birthday Party, MommyBlogExpert.com
In addition to sharing your photos of your mom -- in National Parks and/or in general -- here are some suggested social posts I encourage you to use to spread the word to others

I love sharing #throwback pix especially when it benefits great orgs like @GoParks http://bit.ly/1EQFPJ2 #MacysLovesMoms

#DYK @Macys supports fab orgs like @GoParks w/ #MacysLovesMoms when U share #throwback #mom pics http://bit.ly/1EQFPJ2


Here's a #throwback #TBT pic to celebrate all incredible #moms http://bit.ly/1EQFPJ2 @GoParks #MacysLovesMoms

My fave #Mom moment is ___________ @GoParks #MacysLovesMoms http://bit.ly/1EQFPJ2

FTC Disclosure: I proud to disclose that I am a lifelong National Parks admirer and supporter and have personally visited 200+ of our nation's parks and monuments as a child and as a mom with my own children. I did not receive any payment or compensation associated with this post. See complete FTC Disclosure information that appears at the bottom of MommyBlogExpert's home page and at the bottom of every individual post on this blog, including this one.

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