Embracing a Healthy Family: Sign Up Your Event or Group for Johnsonville Apparel and Charity Sponsorship on PearUp.com

Sign Up Your Event or Group for Johnsonville Apparel and Charity Sponsorship on PearUp.com


Running a charity or helping other groups is very time consuming and sometimes, it's really hard trying to find resources to help from a financial standpoint.  I wanted to share this fantastic program from Johnsonville called PearUp.com because it's so easy to start using and helping those groups and events you love to support!  It doesn't cost you anything and the best part about it is, you work to rally and engage your supporters to complete tasks.  You can choose from different sponsors to apply to as well.  I just signed up our non-profit and it was so easy already gaining points from the Johnsonville Apparel and Charity sponsorship on PearUp.com.

The online activities are easy and as your supporters grow, your group or event will gain more!  It's easy and completely free to use!  Not only will you earn great points but you get to find out some great recipes for Johnsonville, the latest news and more about our family's favorite sausage products.




Want to learn more, check out the video:


For those mom's, aunt's grandparent's and so forth in Philadelphia, Pittsburgh or Baltimore areas, your social network can help raise $1,000 or more toward custom apparel!   It's easy and the same way I did it by getting sponsored by Johnsonville on Pear!  Even if you are not a part of a group but your child is, you still qualify! To get started, create a sponsorship page on Pear & invite friends to join in. The more people who join, the more money your group can earn toward apparel and merchandise and what a great way to help out!


Not sure if your group qualifies?  Here are the requirements:
  • Group type(s): School (K-12) group or event, Sports team, league or event (non-school), Not-for-profit or cause-based group or event, All other types of group or event, College group or event
  • Basically any group that is comprised of mostly females and/or would be supported by a female
  • Would love a focus on family reunions if possible, but not a requirement.  Family reunion groups may qualify to receive a ‘gift’ from Johnsonville at the completion of their Pears.
  • Age range(s): 13-17, 18-24, 25-35, 36-54, 55+
Here are highlights of some of the fun things we have done in the past for our non-profit:








If you don't have a group or event to support, you can always support ours:

Angels4Epilepsy, Inc.


Want to earn $50 right away?  Create your own Pear and leave a comment with the links on this blog!


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Marti Tabora said...

I think this is such a great concept and the activities seem like a lot of fun too.

Caroline Wampler said...

This is such a great project!! So good and helps others!

Kymi A. said...

I really love this Johnsonville Pear up for a great cause, love when brands help awesome charities.

Megan Filzen said...

I think it is absolutely amazing and the awareness brought is so inspiring!

Angela Cisco said...

I think that it great for Johnsonville to raise awareness and support charities. I had epilepsy when I was a child and it was not fun.

nickieisis3 said...

This is such a great project!! Great to see people helping others.

Mysharona said...

what an awesome idea

Lisa Garner said...

Sounds like a great social project and a easy way to get involved.

Tanya White said...

Sound like a great idea. I am glad Johnsville has decided to raise awareness and support charities.

kari jasus said...

looks like a great idea for our small christian school

slehan said...

Great idea. Don't have a group that would meet the requirements, but I'll pass the info along.

slehan at juno dot com

Amanda Sakovitz said...

i love the idea of this!

sandyhills x said...

I think it is great to support this . I hope that everyone spreads the word about helping
- shaunie

RICHARD HICKS said...

Never knew about this til now. Will be keeping it in mind for the future

Thomas Murphy said...

Sounds like a great idea!