Win a lunchbox designed by a celebrity artist with #MomentThatPopped

What if you could have your favorite family memory immortalized by a celebrity artist? KIND is giving you that opportunity!

Over the course of this week, KIND has been asking parents to submit one of their family’s/kids’ most memorable moments from this past summer through the hashtag #MomentThatPopped in celebration of its latest innovation: KIND Healthy Grains Popped Bars. KIND will select one winner each day to have their moment immortalized onto a lunchbox by celebrity animator and artist Rachel Ryle, to arrive just in time for the back-to-school season.

Today is the last day to submit your memorable moment for consideration.

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I've teamed up with @kindsnacks to give away custom pieces of my art that are truly one of a KIND! In celebration of their new & yummy Popped bars, we're looking for the #MomentThatPopped in your summer! By simply sharing your favorite summer photos, you'll be entered to win a custom vintage lunchbox featuring a recreation of your special moment hand illustrated by me! Here's all you have to do: 1. Post a photo of your favorite summer moment on Instagram or Twitter 2. Tag @kindsnacks and use #MomentThatPopped + #giveaway in your post Boom! You’re now entered to win a customized lunchbox of your favorite summer moment, kindly brought to you by @kindsnacks & me! #stopmotion #animation #summer #summertime #art

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As additional incentive for submitting your memory, we’ve teamed up with a past KIND Causes entrant and family-run, LA-based nonprofit, Your Golden Ticket, founded by mother of three Lisa Woods, that provides special experiences for less-fortunate children. Each photo submitted and tagged with #MomentThatPopped will trigger a $2 donation so that those participating can help create a special memory for an underprivileged child. Submitting your #MomentThatPopped is a great way for parents to start a discussion with their kids about the importance of doing the kind thing.

This post was sponsored by KIND.


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