Even Mini Acts Of Kindness Can Be Huge! #MiniActsofKindness @entenmanns #Giveaway #Ad

When you are the parent of two teenage boys, it can be a challenge sometimes to get them to be nice to one another. My boys are three years apart and they are constantly going back and forth about one thing or another. With Entenmann’s, everyone’s got a favorite and in our home my oldest loves their Minis while my younger one prefers Little Bites. That doesn’t mean that they don’t argue about who is going to eat the last one whether we have one variety or the other in our home!

Entenmann’s Minis are the same delicious variety of baked goods you know and love, from donuts, crumb cake, apple pie and more, perfectly portioned, and individually wrapped. Believe me, this is more convenient now than ever as we all embark on this remote learning journey. It’s so easy to grab Minis because they are perfectly portioned and individually wrapped to make on the go snacking and lunchtime packing a breeze! Since I’m also teaching remotely, it helps so much that they can both head to our kitchen during their lunch break and grab their favorite Entenmann’s Mini.

From August 31st through October 9th,  fans can enter the Entenmann’s®  Mini Acts of Kindness sweepstakes by submitting their mini act of kindness at www.entenmanns.com/mini-acts-of-kindness

  • In addition to a grand prize of $10,000, each week, one fan will be randomly selected to win $500, one fan will win free Entenmann’s minis for a year, and 10 fans will win $100 throughout the duration of the sweepstakes.
  • For every act of kindness submitted, Entenmann’s will donate $1, up to $15,000, to Stomp Out Bullying which helps bring awareness to the bullying and cyber-bullying students face in school and raises funds toward assisting students in need of help.
  • All sweepstakes entries must be submitted by October 9th via the online landing page linked here to qualify.

As you can see, my oldest could not keep his hands off the Minis for this review. He claims that his Mini Act of Kindness is going to be leaving one of the Minis from the entire box for his brother. I’m pretty sure he missed the point of this sweepstakes but I guess even mini acts of kindness can be huge! Now if only I can get his brother to save a pack of Little Bites for him when we go grocery shopping this weekend…

Let’s Discuss: What are some of the ways that you perform Mini Acts of Kindness with your family?


Our Sponsor is giving away an Entenmann’s® Prize Pack containing a $25 digital VISA Gift Card (Please note, the virtual gift card can be used for online purchases onlyand (3) coupons for $7.00 off the purchase of any Entenmann’s Minis!a Rafflecopter giveaway

Disclosure: I participated in this campaign on behalf of Entenmann’s®. I received a promotional item as a thank you for participating and to facilitate this review. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255 “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”

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  1. I love to pay for the coffee for the car behind me. I always pray that it brings a smile to their face, and that they would pay it forward. 🙂

  2. We always mow our neighbors front lawn. It started by doing it one day when she let it grow too long. Then we did it the next time, and the next time, and now we do it all the time. We have been doing it for two years now, and I am not even sure if she knows we are the ones doing it!!!

  3. Shelly Peterson says

    We donate to our local food bank. My grandsons donate their no longer used clothes and toys.

  4. We bake treats to share with neighbors and write kind notes.

  5. We like to buy groceries to give to our Church’s food pantry, make extra meals when I make dinner and bless family and friends with them, offer to go to the store and run errands for the elders we know, give Cold drinks to the workers in our neighborhood.
    Thank you for the chance to win!

  6. I sometimes will prep the coffee for my wife while she is sleeping.

  7. We like to help out our elderly neighbors by helping them carry groceries in or walk their dogs.

  8. I like to make special desserts for no special occasion.

  9. We like to buy extra food when food shopping and drop it off at the food pantry.

  10. I do the dishes for them and surprise them with small gifts :]

  11. We hold the door open for people behind us. We also send cards to family and friends as a surprise pick me up.

  12. We hold the door open for people behind us. We also send cards to friends and family as a surprise pick me up.

  13. Kim Henrichs says

    I love to leave my co-workers little gifts on their desks or buy them a treat while I’m out.

  14. Dana Rodriguez says

    We often pay for meals for the homeless. Been doing it for years.

  15. I do things like cook their favorite meals or bake special desserts for them.

  16. One thing that I love to do for my family, is when I pack them lunches to add a little love note for them. I do it randomly. When they do get a little note, they sure seem to enjoy it.

  17. We go through our clothes and shoes a couple of times a year and what we don’t wear anymore we give to our local shelter.

  18. I like to leave little notes in their school and work lunches. Sometimes I will add a special treat as well. Or surprise them by doing one of their chores.

  19. I make my husband random desserts.

  20. I like to pay it forward by buying the next coffee for the next person in line.

  21. I like to share whenever we have two of something, we always give one away or if something is not getting used and we know someone who could use it we will give it to them. We have a neighbor that we give all animal stuff too and we try to clear out our clothes, at least 4 times a year and donate to bins or businesses. We do this with gently used toys, books and shoes and research programs and non profits for ideas and ways to spread it around more!

  22. We collect items throughout the year to give to a family in need during the holidays. We deliver it anonymously and it is so exciting to put it together and leave it on their front porch (or wherever) without getting caught!

  23. My son and I try to roll up our neighbor’s trash can when they’re at work or the weather isn’t good.

  24. I try to be a good listener, because I think that is one of things everybody wants most 🙂

  25. Julie Lundstrom says

    I help sponsor families for Christmas that need help for Christmas.

  26. Katie Bellamy says

    My kids & I like to make homemade baked goodies for neighbors & friends!

  27. I like to leave notes in lunchboxes to brighten days.

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  29. Cindy Merrill says

    I keep in touch with my siblings on Facebook and I send step by step recipes to my youngest sister, who confesses to be a terrible cook.

  30. Jeremy McLaughlin says

    My sons help some our elderly neighbors by cutting their grass for them.

  31. Elizabeth Miller says

    We leave each other little notes, we make each other special little surprise snacks, and we always try to make each other smile.

  32. Nicole Martin says

    I just try to be nice as nice as I can to people. Whether it’s giving a compliment, holding a door open, or just smiling at people. A little bit goes a long way.

  33. I like the idea of giving friends and family random small gifts to brighten their day. Everyone likes a surprise!

  34. Carolyn Daley says

    I am currently fostering three stray kittens. We like to donate old towels and supplies to our local non-profit/no kill cat adoption center. They have done so much for our cats so I always share their donation posts and try to help whenever possible.

  35. Jennifer Hess says

    I make dinner for my daughters family and my 2 college kids twice a month and deliver it to them.

  36. Janice Cooper says

    I like making fun desserts for my mom, stepdad, and grandmother. I also like donating food to our local food bank.

  37. NICOLE BOWERS says

    I always try to put a sweet “I love you” note in their lunches or books as well as a sweet or savory treat in their backpacks to let them know I love them and miss them!!

  38. I like to donate clothes that no longer fit my kids and me to those in need, and we pass down toys my kids have outgrown to others too.

  39. minionmommy2be says

    My family and I like to donate items and food to those who need it like food pantries and shelters. It’s a nice way to help others. no one should ever have to go without!

  40. athena graeme says

    I like to put little notes of encouragement in their lunches. Just little slips of paper reminding them they are loved. Then they pay it forward and compliment someone. We also volunteer as scout troop co-leaders to make sure local kids get all the oppertunities in life they deserve.

  41. We are big animal lovers and routinely donate to our local pet shelter whether it’s food my cat or dog didn’t care for or other useful items like paper towels or detergent.

  42. We volunteer packing meals for Feed my Starving Children.

  43. Angela Saver says

    We perform acts of kindness by donating food to the local organizations who distribute to local families in need. Our daughter also volunteers at a church where they provide food for children’s meals during the pandemic.

  44. Angie Adelman says

    My mini acts of kindness are when I go to the store getting something for someone who can’t get out. Helping my sister to cook dinner and wash clothes. Helping my mom if she needs something.

  45. Stephanie Jones says

    We help our friends and family with outdoor work this past year.

  46. Sandra Meaders says

    We like to donate food to the food bank and do things for our neighbors.

  47. Mendy Dinsmore says

    I love to pay it forward. Such as at the drive thur. I pay for the perons order behind me. It feels good to do a small deed and no one knows you did it.

  48. We help out our community by donating food and our time.

  49. Nancy Bowers says

    My husband and I cook double batches of food and share with older relatives who struggle with cooking.

  50. Wendy Pesce says

    When we go out to eat we like to find an older couple and secretly pay for their bill.

  51. We like to pay it forward by paying for the person behind us in the coffee line.

  52. LeAnn Harbert says

    I babysit my whole their parents work. I also drive my Mother to her Dr appointments. Our whole family has always donated to people in need.

  53. Laurie Nykaza says

    I have Diabetic 1 son with a heart transplant and has
    Celiacs & my daughter had Cancer at 7 so I make sure I fix the foods they can eat and help them with things they need done. we have been in since 3/13 and will be glad when this has past.

  54. Michelle J. says

    We make treats and deliver them to neighbors!

  55. Kathleen Whitney says

    My husband works long and hard for work. The Least I can do is is some outdoor chores so he doesn’t have to do more!

  56. allyson tice says

    We cook meals weekly for a couple of elderly families in my neighborhood! we usually visit and stay and chat when we deliver meals!

  57. Cassandra D says

    I send out e-cards , as well as help out to give food in the community.
    I donate many different items, as well.

  58. Allison Swain says

    We like to pay for peoples food or groceries a lot.
    Thank you for the chance to win!

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