Philanthro Party and How Your Child Can Win a $1,000 “Skullership”

Philanthro Party and How Your Child Can Win a $1,000 “Skullership”

How do parents today harness and nurture their kids’ passion into something productive?

Throw a Philanthro-Party!

What’s a Philanthro-Party, you ask?

Philanthro-party (n.) —
A party with a purpose! Take any clawesome party and give it a philanthropic twist, turning it into an opportunity to give back or help others. Help raise funds, goods or awareness or assistance for a cause you’re passionate about!  (Visit
GhoulsHelpingGhouls to find out all the awesome ways you can make your philanthro-party a smashing success!)

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Lisa Cerone, mother of 13-year old Lulu, knows first-hand about the discipline and encouragement it takes to foster big aspirations from a small person. At the age of 10 years old her daughter Lulu Cerone single-handedly created, organized, and executed a large-scale, school-wide fundraiser to help aid the earthquake victims in Haiti, raising more than $4,000. Four years later, Lulu’s philanthropic efforts total more than $20,000 raised.

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Lulu is inspiring friends, classmates and her community to give back in whatever ways they can. She has also caught the eye of one of the most popular tween girl brands – Monster High®. who created Boo-Lu Cerone to honor Lulu Cerone, the founder of LemonAID Warriors. LemonAID Warriors is a non-profit grass-roots organization that helps kids turn their passions into actions. 14 year old Lulu is helping change the way her generation “parties,” by turning each clawesome celebration into an opportunity to give back through fangtastic Philanthro-parties! Monster High has partnered with Lulu and her LemonAID Warriors creeptastic community to spread the message that when ghouls come together to activate their passions into something positive for others, they are helping to create tween-esteem, acceptance and kindness within themselves.

 

The “Ghouls Helping Ghouls™” Skullership:

· Fans are asked to submit video, essay or photo around how they most represent the spirit of “Ghouls Helping Ghouls,” through Philanthro-parties.

· Fans may enter the contest by visiting www.GhoulsHelpingGhouls.com and following the rules for submission.

 

WIN IT:

Monster High would like to give you a chance to win a Ghouls Helping Ghouls package to inspire your favorite ghoul to turn her passion into action (prize pack may vary slightly)

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Comments

  1. Elaine Bowden Powell says:

    they really believe in sharing and helping others

  2. Melissa says:

    I like the how to ‘ghost” a party tips, fun ideas! 🙂

  3. Libby Tovar says:

    Love the ideas!!!! Thanks

  4. tracee bass says:

    all the ideas were great!!

  5. Audrey Griffis says:

    i love teh idea section i see a b-day theme in my future so this will come in handy

  6. Adrienne Gordon says:

    I like the videos here

  7. Amanda Alvarado says:

    I learned they created a new character Boo-Lu Cerone after the founder of LemonAID Warriors – Lulu Cerone

  8. Tamar says:

    She’s been doing it for years.

  9. Stephanie Larison says:

    I like the Bio’s section

  10. I like how they named a character after the girl who started LemonAID Warriors and encourage kids to throw philanthropy parties. I also like that they’ve done this for other philanthropic girls.

  11. Tracy p. says:

    I learned about philanthro parties more

  12. Amanda Higbie says:

    He bio was really nice, inspiring.
    I also love (and might be a tad jealous) that they created a ghoul after her!

  13. nickie says:

    sharing and helping others

  14. rebecca shockley says:

    rules for ghosting a party –
    be yourself. be unique. Be a monster.

  15. Louis says:

    Founder of LemonAID Warriors, a non-profit grass-roots organization that helps kids turn their passions into actions, 14 year old Lulu is helping change the way her generation “parties,” by turning each clawesome celebration into an opportunity to give back through fangtastic Philanthro-parties

    Thank you for hosting this giveaway

    Louis
    pumuckler {at} gmail {dot} com

  16. Marcia Goss says:

    I learned that Lulu plays druns in a punk-rock band called R.I.P. Adam Buttons.

  17. Patricia Wojnar Crowley says:

    I love that a child started this charity! Very cool!

  18. I love all the party tips! My younger sister is in love with monster High and it would be great to do a themed party for her.

  19. jamie braun says:

    i love the “find your own monster calling” section

  20. steve weber says:

    all these ideas are wonderful, I’m glad kids can watch this and apply it.

  21. Amy Orvin says:

    I like Boo-Lu’s Bio

  22. Marianna says:

    I learned that they’re having a contest if you host a philanthro-party through 6/9 and tell them about it and upload pictures

  23. michelle koerner says:

    I like the skullerships and the new character

  24. Nicole says:

    I like the party ideas, like bringing supplies for animals or decorating reusable shopping bags

  25. Stephanie Grant says:

    Love the party tips 🙂

  26. SHANNA says:

    Love the Parties with a purpose ! Great message !

  27. Stephanie Hirsch says:

    I love the philanthro party ideas, its great that children’s idols are giving back!

  28. Tricia Andrews says:

    I love how it empowers young ladies to get active about something they are passionate about. This energy will help change the world for the better!

  29. Ellie W says:

    Love the party tips!

  30. i like the philanthro party ideas.

  31. Debra Hall says:

    its a great program it fits the young people

  32. Carol says:

    I like the Bio’s section.

  33. Michelle C says:

    I liked the section about hosting a party with a purpose. Thanks for the chance to win!
    mrsmchappell at gmail dot com

  34. Megan says:

    I just love the whole concept – what a cool way to get girls into the mode early that helping others is fun and part of their daily lives!

  35. I love the parties with a purpose.

  36. Valerie Taylor Mabrey says:

    philanthro party ideas
    vmkids3 at msn dot com

  37. Coriander Warren says:

    These charachters teach my daughter great social skills (such as sharing, anti-bullying, etc.) through a product that she really loves—not a traditional barbie!

  38. heather eg kaufman says:

    I don’t know much about it, but my niece loves it!

  39. Leah Shumack says:

    I really like their party ideas

  40. Jen says:

    I learned my daughter is at the perfect age to start helping out the community!

  41. Shea Balentine says:

    I love all the ideas!

  42. Daniel M says:

    great party tips there!

  43. tim says:

    I learned how much they help the community

  44. Donald Light says:

    Lulu plays druns thats just awesome in a punk-rock band called R.I.P. Adam Buttons

  45. Rebecca Peters says:

    I love they encourage girls in helping others.. My daughter loves monster high and I am so glad that they are inspiring

  46. Deb S says:

    I like the ideas of how to host a party with a purpose

  47. April Bever says:

    Founder of LemonAID Warriors, a non-profit grass-roots organization that helps kids turn their passions into actions

  48. Samantha Waters says:

    I love that they are inspiring young girls to go out and do something in their community. Especially in these times when children are more self centered than ever.

  49. Melissa A. says:

    Love the party tips!

  50. Leslie L. Stanziani says:

    I learned that Lulu has a dog named Bandit.

  51. Paula Tavernie says:

    I loved the Ideas!!! I loved them!!

  52. may avalon says:

    Founder of LemonAID Warriors, a non-profit grass-roots organization that helps kids turn their passions into actions, 14 year old Lulu is helping change the way her generation “parties,” by turning each clawesome celebration into an opportunity to give back through fangtastic Philanthro-parties
    Read more at http://www.ourkidsmom.com/2013/05/philanthro-party-and-how-your-child-can-win-a-1000-skullership-giveaway-ends-524/#Rq6DS6iOH5STYEt4.99

  53. krystal wethington says:

    the Bio’s section

  54. Michelle C says:

    Ghouls for Ghouls Activity Ideas

  55. Jackee says:

    I like the bio section.

  56. Danielle Lindquist says:

    I love how you can enter to win a “skullership” so awesome!

  57. tracey byram says:

    I learned that Monster High has partnered with Lulu and her LemonAID Warriors creeptastic community to spread the message that when ghouls come together to activate their passions into something positive for others, they are helping to create tween-esteem, acceptance and kindness within themselves.

  58. Shirley Hicks says:

    i like the party tips

  59. Barbara Stenby says:

    I like that it teaches how good it feels to give back. Philanthropy is something kids now a days lack sometime. Nice to see

  60. kathy pease says:

    Lulu and her LemonAID Warriors creeptastic community to spread the message that when ghouls come together to activate their passions into something positive for others, they are helping to create tween-esteem, acceptance and kindness within themselves.

  61. Sheila Hickmon says:

    I learned that her biggest pet peeve is whining.

  62. Jaque R. says:

    I like the inspiration provided by Lulu to help others. 🙂 Thank you.

  63. amy deeter says:

    like the Bio’s section

  64. jules m. says:

    that is such a cool way to raise money for charity!

  65. Cara says:

    I liked Boo-Lu’s video!

  66. Michelle Tucker says:

    I like the “Turn Passion Into Action”.

  67. Kat Emerick says:

    Great Ideas!

  68. Teh Doll says:

    I learned that LuLu is a very passionate young lady. And has been doing this for a few years now.

  69. susan smoaks says:

    i learned the definition of Philanthro-party (n.) —
    A party with a purpose! Take any clawesome party and give it a philanthropic twist, turning it into an opportunity to give back or help others. Help raise funds, goods or awareness or assistance for a cause you’re passionate about!

  70. Erica C. says:

    I like the ideas for philanthro parties.

  71. Buddy Garrett says:

    I like the Ghouls for Ghouls Activities ideas.

  72. Misha Lynn Estrada says:

    I like that it teaches philanthropy to kids.

  73. margaret walker says:

    Philanthro-party – what a great idea !

  74. AEKZ2 says:

    I like the What Type of Give-Back Ghoul Are You? quiz

  75. Vikki Billings says:

    I really love the party ideas

  76. Savannah miller says:

    I love the party section!

  77. meme says:

    I learned the new student is named Lulu Cerone aka Boo Lu Cerone

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