CLOSED ~ Kellogg’s Treats Make a Difference! {Giveaway}

It’s that wonderful time of year again when snowflakes fall, and festive lights brighten the sidewalks. It’s also time to celebrate the fifth annual Kellogg’s Rice Krispies #TreatsForToys program!

Kellogg’s

To make sure no child goes without the magic of the holidays, the Kellogg’s Rice Krispies #TreatsForToys program has once again partnered with The Salvation Army to encourage Canadian families to create a toy-shaped Rice Krispies treat and submit a photo on TreatsforToys.ca or share it in social media using the hashtag #TreatsforToys.

For every photo uploaded or shared on social, Kellogg’s Rice Krispies will donate $20 to The Salvation Army for the purchase of a real toy for a Canadian child in need during the holidays.

Make.

Share.

Give.

These three simple steps will help create lasting memories for children to cherish for a lifetime.

This year, Kellogg’s have added a fun and creative new challenge:

  • Incorporate a moving part into your toy-shaped treat! But, don’t worry, if that’s too much for your budding designer, a regular toy-shaped treat will work too!

Show your little ones what it means to give. Together and in the true spirit of the holidays, we can help make them a little happier for children in need.

To spread a little bit of holiday magic and to help you get in the festive spirit, Kellogg’s is giving one OMSY reader a #TreatForToys kit complete with all the supplies needed so you and your family can get creative and MAKE some toy inspired treats together, SHARE on the website or social media using the hashtag #TreatsForToys and GIVE the gift of magic!

Kellogg’s

GIVEAWAY – Kellogg’s #TreatForToys Kit
TO ENTER – Simply complete the mandatory entries in the Giveaway Tools form below, plus any or all optional entries.
ELIGIBILITY – Giveaway open to CANADA only
END DATE – Giveaway ends on December 6th, 2016 at 11:59 PM AT

Comments

  1. love that they have recipes, great suggestions for toys to recreate, and that they run the programme in the first place. thanks

  2. Anne Taylor says:

    I love the Recipe Section

  3. I like the different treat videos!

  4. Lynda Cook says:

    I love seeing everyones creations and I love that the more photos shared means more toys donated!

  5. Amy Heffernan says:

    I love how it gives to those in need!

  6. Brenda Penton says:

    I love that they have the recipes and instructions for making the characters

  7. Stephanie LaPlante says:

    I love all the delicious recipes and love even more that they’re helping so many children!

  8. kathy downey says:

    I like what i learned about the #TreatsForToys program it’s so simple the more treats we make the more toys they donate to kids….i love this

  9. nicolthepickle says:

    If you make a treat and share it on their website or social media with the hashtag the will donate a toy.

  10. I love all the creative baking, especially Reginald the T.Rex.

  11. Judy Cowan says:

    I learned that it is a great way to help out, make a treat & share it with the hashtag and they donate a toy – great program!

  12. Holly myke says:

    Kellogg’s is always giving back to the community. I respect that!

  13. Wendy Jensen says:

    What I like about the #TreatsForToys program is that it cares about those less fortunate.

  14. I like the videos and the recipes..thanks

  15. Wendy hutton says:

    I like how they are helping those in need, some great recipes and videos too

  16. Tara Betterley says:

    I love that it encourages Creativity with the kids to create the toys with the treats. But, love that with every photo submitted – a donation is made!

  17. I like that your family can create something, share it & another child receives a toy during the holidays.

  18. ivy pluchinsky says:

    I like how it gives back to those in need, its so important to pay it forward or to do good deeds!

  19. I like that toys are donated for every treat shared on their site.

  20. I love that they share recipes and how to make instructions

  21. Robyn Bellefleur says:

    I like how they donate for every treat shared. This is the time of year to give, and they do.

  22. They donate 20$ to the salvation army for every treats for toys picture tweeted

  23. Caryn Coates says:

    I love all the creativity when it comes to baking

  24. Florence Cochrane says:

    Great program to get the little ones involved to show them how to give back.

  25. Rosanne Robinson says:

    I love their creative recipes and instructions for making the characters. This is a really terrific program.

  26. I didn’t know that they donated such a high dollar amount ($20) for each pic

  27. I like that the website provides you with all the tools to make a Rice Krispies toy like the recipe and ideas for toys to make.

  28. I love that Kellogg’s donates money for each photo that is submitted that is used to buy toys for kids in need. That’s definitely a worthy initiative on its part.

  29. I liked the gallery of all the homemade creations!

  30. Christine R says:

    I loved that they are helping so many kids out there!

  31. LILLIAN BROWN says:

    earned about the #TreatsForToys program – the more treats we make the more toys they donate to kids

  32. I love how Kelloggs is giving money to the Salvation Army!

  33. I learn that for every creations shared, Kellogs #TreatsForToys program will donate to the Salvation Army!

  34. I learned that the the more treats we make the more toys they donate. Great program

  35. I love the instructions on how to build a treatfortoys. i’m creative but not good

  36. I love how this campaign opens up conversations between parents and kids about giving in such a fun way.

  37. I love that theres a recipe for it and that everyone gets something out of this campaign.

  38. Julie bolduc says:

    I like that they give to kids in need

  39. I learned that if I share my #TreatsForToy creation, Kellogg’s will make a donation to the Salvation Army

  40. Nothing says sharing like Rice Krispie treats.

  41. I learned that if I share my #TreatsForToy creation, Kellogg’s will make a donation to the Salvation Army (which is so awesome of them!)

  42. Darwin Chau says:

    I learned that this is a fun way to donate toys to those that are less fortunate! We will definitely be participating.

  43. Valerie Mallette says:

    I was happy to learn that Kellogg will donate $20 for every Rice Krispies toy treat creation posted on their site or social media with the hashtag #treatsfortoys.

  44. I didn’t know that the more treats shared, the more gifts given to the less fortunate.

  45. Doris Calvert says:

    I love their recipes and that Kellogg’s keeps giving back!

  46. I didn’t know they gave back like that! Thanks

  47. I learned that the treats you make that Kellogg gives back .

  48. elizabeth tierce-miller says:

    I learned you can make toys out of treats, take a picture, and they will donate a toy to a child in need. What a great program for the needy.

  49. erin mcsweeney says:

    I love that donations are made to kids and all we have to do is have fun with our own kids and post it

  50. NormaJane (NJ) says:

    I found in your link to Treats for Toys “Party Ideas” . What a great resource for parents. I looked at the Princess Party, In included games to play sticking with the theme and even goodies bag suggestions staying on theme. It is like all the thinking is done for you which is great!!

  51. Elizabeth Matthiesen says:

    A wonderful way to give back and Kellogg’s makes a very generous donation of $20 for every Rice Krispies toy treat creation posted. Way to go Kellogg’s. :-)

  52. Karla Sceviour says:

    I love the fact that Kelloggs will donate $20.00 to The Salvation Army (up to a max. of $30,000), to buy toys for children in need across Canada! Thisis so awesome. I bought some Rice Krispies and going to make some treats :)

  53. I learned the program gives to people in need.

  54. I like that it promote creativity in kids and also support those that are less fortunate.

  55. Juliee Fitze says:

    I like that they donate for toys bought.

  56. Belinda McNabb says:

    I learned the more treats shared the more toys donated

  57. I love how they give back to the community.

  58. I lo0ve that they have easy to follow instructions

  59. I learned that if we make a treat and share it they will donate a toy.That’s awesome! This is such a great cause for the needy especially during this special holiday season. #TreatsForToys :)

  60. I learned that treat shares mean more donations.

  61. I love that more treats equals mote donations. These are treats we make anyway so it is good to know about this program.

  62. I learned the more treats shared, the more toys donated. So keep those treats coming.

  63. Nicole Martin says:

    I learned how to make a rice krispie robot!

  64. I learned that they donate $20 per pic.

  65. Sab Edwards says:

    Just learned that the more photos are up to share the more they donate

  66. Jenn Beckett jennpup says:

    I love that even if you have very little kids, they can already experience the feeling of giving back by helping make treats!

  67. Leslie Crosbie says:

    I really like that its all for such a great cause!

  68. I learned the more treats are shared, the more toys given to kids in need.

  69. I love that they donate toys for every tasty creation submitted. IT’s probably the funnest way to “give back” and the perfect way to teach children about giving back!

  70. I love how this programs gives back to those in need.

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