Wednesday, 18 September 2013

Giveaway #322 : Win £50 cereal vouchers to donate to your local school - closed - winner Claire Samuel

I posted a giveaway earlier giving you the chance to win a 3-month's supply of Special K porridge to fill your and your family's tummies and keep you warm over the autumn and winter months. Now I'm giving you the chance to offer some warm full tummies to kids who may need it in your local school.

As I told you last week (here), Kellogg’s has launched its nationwide ‘Help Give a Child a Breakfast’ campaign to donate two million breakfasts to school breakfast clubs in the most deprived areas in the UK. This means that the children who need it the most can enjoy the best possible start to the day.


Kelloggs' research has revealed that:

Children arriving at school hungry are missing the learning equivalent of 70% of one school term over their entire primary school life;
Over a quarter (28%) of teachers claim that there has been an increase in children arriving at school hungry;
One in four teachers has seen a child fall asleep in the classroom due to a lack of food or drink.

If you have an existing breakfast club, or you’d like to set up a new breakfast club at your school, visit
www.giveachildabreakfast.co.uk to apply for a grant and food vouchers. While you're there, make sure you share their message on facebook, retweet on twitter and watch their video on youtube as each of these actions will donate a free breakfast to a child who needs one.

Kelloggs have also kindly offered to send one lucky Madhouse Family Reviews reader £50 cereal vouchers to donate to your local school. To be in with a chance of winning, enter your details on the Rafflecopter widget below.


UK only. Closing date : 2/10/13

T & C's : Entries close at midnight on the closing date. Winners will be selected with a random number generator and announced on facebook, twitter and in the giveaway post subject line. Please note, you will be contacted by email and/or twitter and if I haven't heard from you after a week, I'll have to pick another winner. Prizes will be sent out by the companies or their PR directly to winners.

24 comments:

  1. my school has one, they can only open from 8.20-8.45am, hopefully they will be able to extend it. They have a selection of breakfast food which is fab!

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  2. The school do have a breakfast club but I have never used it my daughter has breakfast with me in the morning

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  3. my little girls school has one though she's only just started so we havent tried it yet. have heard good things though.

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  4. My little boy loves breakfast club as after eating a teacher helped him catch up on maths.

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  5. They do have a breakfast club - which i think is lovely for those kids whose parents have to get to work,

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  6. there is a breakfast club at my daughters school, I think its a good thing for working parents

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  7. Yes, my primary school has a Breakfast Club x

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  9. yes my sons school has a breakfast club

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  10. yes :) and i think it should be the law to have one as all children need breakfast it's wonderful and helps them to start the day and their brains

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  11. No but I think they should. This might help them start one.

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  12. My daughters school does have a breakfast club - we have used it a couple of times when I have had to be in work early. Xxx

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  13. yes our school has a breakfast club. We don't use it but it gets alot of positive comments from those that do.

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  15. My kids school has a breakfast club.I think they could extend the menu and offer some healthy kellogs cereal

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  16. My son usually has cereal for morning tuck. He has breakfast with me at home. I would love this for my sons special school :)

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  17. No but it would be a great idea!

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  18. Our school does, its quite good but runs out quite expensive if you use it every day.

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  19. My local school has a breakfast club as my wife has helped out a couple of times,she is a dinner lady at the school and say the breakfast club is a great ideal and the food is good value.

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  20. I don't think my local school has a breakfast club.

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  21. Sue Jackson (suz@cooldark.com)2 October 2013 at 10:50

    Our school has one though we've never actually gone there as it's a small hall and quite crowded - prices are reasonable though and the bacon sarnies have been reccommended!

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  22. my sons school has a breakfast club, my little one has never been but his friends have. Would love to give something to the heart of our village school and i am sure this would go down a treat

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