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Hanes Virtual Comfort Package

Hanes has created a new Facebook app that lets fans personalize and send free virtual Comfort Packages to friends and family. For each package sent, Hanes will donate $1 to the National Breast Cancer Foundation, Inc. (up to $25,000) to promote early cancer detection and provide mammograms for those in need.
We often turn to a favorite sweatshirt or t-shirt to find some physcial comfort in our lives. Hanes knows that comfort can also come from memories, music and a kind word of encouragement from a friend.
Hanes created the Comfort Packages to bring a smile and help spread comfort to fans’ social networks in a small, but impactful, way. The free virtual Comfort Package can be sent from the Pink tab on the Hanes page. The Comfort Package is fully customizable with photos, videos, recipes, T-shirt designs, music and messages. Sending a Comfort Package is one of many gestures that can brighten someone’s day and help provide support and comfort to a loved one.

Virtual Comfort Package app on the Pink tab of the Hanes Facebook page


If you send Virtual Comfort Care Packages to all of your friends, and family, you will be triggering $1 donations for each package you send!  You can personalize your virtual Comfort Care package with: photos, videos, recipes, T-shirt designs, music and messages … and you can send it for free!  Hanes will donate $1 to the National Breast Cancer Foundation, Inc. (up to $25,000) to promote early cancer detection and provide mammograms for those in need.  It’s that simple. Send yours today!

Also be sure to check out the Words of Comfort Wall on the Facebook page.
Fans can leave thoughts of hope and encouragement to those touched by this terrible disease.

The Comfort Package is an extension of the many ways Hanes contributes to breast cancer awareness. As a longtime supporter of breast cancer awareness, Hanes has made cash and in-kind donations totaling $1 million since 2009 and is donating up to $125,000 to NBCF this year.

Help any way you can.

~Post was written for a One2One campaign. I will be entered in a draw for prizes.~

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