Check-in for Checkups Healthy Habits Twitter Party
When: 8/11/2011 at 9:00 PM – that is tomorrow night folks. Save the Date, mark your calendar, set an alarm. Be there.
Where: Twitter, #checkinforcheckups
Join Clorox and the Children's Health Fund (CHF) for a Twitter Party to chat about healthy habits and learn how you can make yours count twice through the Check-in for Checkups Program. We will also be debuting the first Check-in for Checkups video from Bethenny Frankel, Random Acts of Wellness , and giving away autographed copies of her NY Times bestselling book A Place of Yes and Clorox prize packs. Blogger Melanie Edwards from Modern Mami will be hosting.
Without regular access to health care practitioners, simple childhood health problems can lead to lifelong health issues as adults. That is why Clorox partnered with Children's Health Fund (CHF) this year and launched Check-in for Checkups “ a nationwide campaign challenging Americans to make their healthy habits count twice “ once for themselves, and once for disadvantaged children. For every healthy habit checked-in on www.checkinforcheckups.com, Clorox donates 10 cents to CHF, up to $100,000, as part of its challenge to get one million check-ins this summer and help support CHF's goal of providing half a million checkups for children in need across the country.
We look forward to chatting with you on August 11th! Don't forget to use the #checkinforcheckups hashtag, so your participation can help benefit CHF and go towards the donation goal.
Check out some of my previous posts about my teaming up with The Clorox Company for the Check-in for Checkups program that benefits Children's Health Fund (CHF):
She is Dallas info: The Check-In for Checkups program is sponsored by Clorox. I am working with The Clorox Company for the Check-in for Checkups program that benefits Children's Health Fund (CHF). You can join in by checking in yourself and creating some healthy habits. Follow my healthy habit progress here at She is Dallas or on Twitter with the hashtag: #checkinforcheckups. For each check-in, Clorox will donate 10 cents, up to $100,000, to CHF to help support their goal of providing half a million health care visits to disadvantaged children across the country.