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'Tis the season! Enter our Give Big Contest

It’s the season of giving, and if you know someone who lives a life of service, give back to her in a big way. Nominate a woman you love for our $200 Give Big shopping spree on the Simply Sage Market website. Yes, it’s true!

Entering is easy! Here's how to do it:

  • Follow us on Instagram (@simplysagemarket)
  • Tag two friends in our Instagram post about this contest
  • In the comments section of this blog post, write a paragraph that’s 150 words or less with the name of your nominee and details about how she gives back all year long. Deadline is Wednesday, Nov. 29, and the winner will be announced Monday, Dec. 4. Multiple nominations are encouraged!

Want to be a winner too? Use our coupon code GIVEBIG to receive 20 percent off your entire Simply Sage purchase.  Coupon expires 11/30.

Questions? Email us at marketing@simplysagemarket.com. Good luck! May the woman you love be a big winner this Christmas season. 

November 22, 2017 by Simply Sage Market

Comments

Heather

Heather said:

I would nominate my two sisters. I couldn’t nominate just one of them because both of them have such giving hearts. One is a school teacher who attends to every need that a student may have. My other sister finds ways through out the year to give to others as well. (St. Jude, clothes/food donations) Niether one will like me bragging on them, but both are a light to this world. They learned it from my Mom who is selfless.

R. Pyper

R. Pyper said:

Angie Bodily Guymon is such an inspiring girl. In spite of losing a second baby this spring, she continues to write at http://beboldandbrave.blogspot.com/, where she shares her journey as a mom dealing with infertility and encourages others in similar situations. Because of her, I am more empathetic to women who long for children they can’t have, and I know her story bolsters those struggling to find hope. When one door closes, she knows she’ll find another one to open. She is full of faith and open with her struggles and just makes me want to be a better person.

R. Pyper

R. Pyper said:

After her sister’s husband passed away unexpectedly this summer, Julie Bird Prudent made it her mission to help them through their tragedy. Even though she lives in Kuna, she makes the trip to Ogden as often as possible to help with the kids (it’s a big, big family of adopted and biological children) and be a listening ear for her sister. She does this while caring for her own three kids and working part time. Julie is beautiful inside and out and the strongest woman out there!

R. Pyper

R. Pyper said:

Kati Pyper is the best teacher around. She inspires her sixth graders to love reading, to be better writers, and to love each other. Even though she struggles with health issues and hasn’t yet had children of her own, she has made it her mission to improve the world by teaching her student to be good, good people. As far as teachers go, she’s the best.

Holly D.

Holly D. said:

Erin is such a beautiful person! She loves her family fiercely and after a super hard year & becoming a single mom she continues to stay positive, loving, & shows kindness to all. She is truly an amazing example of strength, dignity, & true beauty.

Stacey H.

Stacey H. said:

My sister never stops serving. She is the most compassionate, self-less, patient woman I know. She has a teenage daughter she loves to the moon and back, and she absolutely adores her 2 sons who struggle with Autism. She faces day in and day out what some of us could only handle for a few minutes, yet she always has a smile on her face and finds ways to laugh instead of cry. She is the ultimate example to me of Christ-like love for all. There is no one she doesn’t love or try to understand. Her example is one of never giving up, looking for the best, and being grateful for what she has. When life gets hard she goes shopping. Her house and wardrobe are straight out of a magazine. She has the best taste and is beautiful inside and out. She is amazing and I love her.

Sarah

Sarah said:

I would like to nominate Jenny Sherman. Even with several young children, she is always willing to help when there is a need. Jenny doesn’t look for accolades when she helps, and she helps quietly and effectively. I have witnessed Jenny provide housing to a large family for several nights when they had nowhere else to go. She is a Cub Scout leader. I’ve seen her donate to good causes, and I’ve seen Jenny step in when another hand (or 3!) were needed. Jenny Sherman is an ideal candidate to be honored for her giving spirit!

Kathryn Clark

Kathryn Clark said:

I want to nominate my good friend Tara Litster. She is the epitome of quiet service. While raising her own 5 girls that their own attention she is quietly and constantly helping others. Everything from multi-day and night babysitting for neighbors in the hospital to checking on homebound neighbors with kindness and care. She rarely talks about her service and I’m sure I don’t know all she had done, but I do know that her first thought is how can I help make someone’s day better and then she does it.

J.H.

J.H. said:

I want to nominate my friend Holly Davis. She is one of the nicest people ’I know! She is ALWAYS thinking of others. Not only is she a mom to four young children, she is also a business owner, and she still finds the time to serve those around her. She is an amazing woman and truly a great example to everyone.

Angie

Angie said:

I want to nominate my sister krystal, she is the kindest most gentle soul. She is always willing to do anything to help and is always there with a listening ear and supportive. She has a huge heart and makes everyone feel like hey best friend.

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