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Today I’m excited to host a worldwide giveaway on behalf of Nozomi Project! They chose 3 beautiful Christmas ornaments for Just One Cookbook readers!
Giveaway Rules: Please Note: Your email for the comment entry has to match with your email address in my Email Newsletter Subscription mailing list. This giveaway closes on Sunday, November 27, 2016 at 12 p.m. PST and is open to everyone! Three (3) winners will be selected via Random.org and contacted via email, so please include a valid email address in the email address entry box (please double check your spelling!). The winners are required to respond within 48 hours to claim the prize.
HOW TO ENTER: The more tickets/comments left will increase your odds of winning! Good luck! Ticket# 1 (Required): Subscribe to Just One Cookbook Email Newsletter if you haven’t (see the Giveaway Rules above) and leave a comment below on this post. Ticket 2 (Optional): Subscribe to Nozomi Project Email Newsletter and leave a separate comment below on this post. Ticket 3 (Optional): Like Nozomi Facebook and leave a separate comment below on this post. Ticket 4 (Optional): Like my Facebook and leave a separate comment below on this post. Ticket 5 (Optional): Follow my Instagram and then leave a separate comment below on this post. Ticket 6 (Optional): Subscribe to my YouTube channel and leave a separate comment below on this post.
Full Disclosure: This giveaway is sponsored by Nozomi Project.
What is Nozomi Project?
The women in Ishinomaki needed a place to gather and find “Nozomi” (a Japanese word for hope) as most of them lost their homes or a loved one, or both.
The founder of the Nozomi Project came to Ishinomaki to help with disaster relief. She found many pieces of broken pottery and thought she could turn these shards of pottery into high-quality jewelry products. And that’s how the Nozomi Project was founded.
The ladies at the Nozomi Project make beautiful jewelry with broken pieces of pottery left by the horrible disaster, and the Nozomi Project brings sustainable income, community, dignity, strength, and hope for these women.
Thank you for participating this giveaway! The winners are…
Congratulations Genus (#138), Alyson (#301), and Agnes (#17)! I’ll email you shortly. 🙂