Share Your Dream For Your Child With Upromise And You Could Win Big!

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of UPromise for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine.

Upromise, the program that lets you turn spending rewards into money for college, is celebrating their 10th anniversary with a big sweepstakes!  Head over to www.upromisetodream.comand submit the story of what your dream is for your child. Once your story is uploaded, you’ll have a direct link you can share with family and friends. Have them click to vote up your story, and you could be one of ten $1,000 weekly winners or the grand prize winner of $10,000 from Upromise!

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My oldest son Ryan has been talking about going to college since middle school. He wants to be a paleontologist, which definitely requires a college degree. I know he will thrive at college, where there are challenges and other people interested in learning. I can picture him walking to class, listening to lectures, writiing papers. I want to get him to college more than anything!

Unfortunately, college is also expensive, and we have no savings for it. I KNOW. Winning even $1000 from UPromise would help out so much! I submitted my story on the Upromise Dream Wall and I’m hoping it gets some votes so I can win even the weekly prize! You can vote it up here - http://www.upromisetodream.com/ind-stories.html?storyID=10113

If you want to enter the sweepstakes, click the upromisetodream link at the top of the post and submit your story. See the dream wall official rules for all the details. Good luck!

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  1. Upromise is such a great program. Thanks for writing about it!
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  2. I know that saving for college is a very arduos task that requires lots of discipline. I think it also is a good idea to have an agency help you with some money. However, what’s the real odds in you winning anyway. I think a better idea would be to really help your child hone in on what they really want to do in life and then begin to thing of creative ways that they could begin to fund that adventure now. Child entrepreneurship is not embraced nearly enough in this country.

  3. It is a great program.Thanks for sharing it with us.More Power!
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  4. I liked the idea and thank you for sharing.
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