Eligibility :
Open to legal residents of the 50 United States and the District of Columbia, 13 years of age and older as of date of entry. Employees of Conopco, Inc., d/b/a Unilever (“Sponsor”), Don Jagoda Associates, Inc., their respective affiliates, parents, subsidiaries, divisions, suppliers, distributors and advertising, promotional and judging agencies (collectively “Sponsor and its Administrators”) and their immediate family members and/or those living in the same household of each are not eligible to participate or win. Void where prohibited and subject to all federal, state and local laws.

Timing :
The Win a Dove Self-Esteem Workshop Sweepstakes (the “Sweepstakes”) begins at 12:00:01 a.m. Eastern Time (“ET”) on June 3, 2008 and ends at 11:59:59 p.m. ET on August 31, 2008 (the “Promotion Period”).

How to Enter :
To enter, visit www.dove.com/makeadifference (the “Website”) during the Promotion Period, click on the Promotion link, and complete all required registration information and you will receive one entry into the Grand Prize drawing. You may visit the site each day and enter the required information to receive an additional entry into the Grand Prize drawing. All entries must be completed and submitted by 11:59:59 p.m. ET on August 31, 2008. Limit one entry per person/e-mail address per day. Normal Internet access and usage charges imposed by your on-line service will apply. Automated entries, or those generated by script or bot are not eligible. All entries must be complete to be eligible. All entries become property of the Sponsor and will not be returned.

Limit :
Limit one game play per person/e-mail address per day.

Prize (s):

One Grand Prize : A Celebrity hosted self-esteem workshop (“workshop”), for a minimum of 30 people and a maximum of 100 people (at Sponsor’s sole discretion), to be conducted at a Sponsor-selected location in the winner’s town/community. If the Grand Prize winner is a minor in his/her state of residence, his/her parent/legal guardian must be present during the workshop. Winner will be required to do the following: 1) choose an age range for the workshop from the following age ranges: 8-10, 11-13, 14-17; 2) partner with his/her community/school to select a venue for the workshop for Sponsor’s approval. If Grand Prize winner does not have a recommendation for a venue or if Sponsor does not approve of winner’s recommended venue, Sponsor will solely determine the venue for the workshop. Ultimately, the final decision of the date, time, location, total attendants and age of attendees will be at the sole discretion of the Sponsor. There is no approximate retail value associated with this prize. Grand Prize is subject to availability. Specific celebrity will be determined in Sponsor’s sole discretion. Workshop must take place within six (6) months of winner confirmation. Prize is awarded “as is” with no warranty or guarantee, either express or implied by Sponsor. Prize will be awarded and Grand Prize Winner will be notified by phone/mail/e-mail. Prize is nontransferable and no cash substitution is allowed except by the Sponsor, who reserves the right to award a prize of equal or greater value if advertised prize (or portion of prize) is unavailable for any reason.

Total ARV of all prizes :
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4 COMMENTS

  1. Self-esteem workshop I feel is a very good idea with Teens and adult women. The postive and creative images and telling yourself that your beautiful and can do anything that you want,I feel all women need that

  2. In todays world there are so many images that are brought to our children through a variety of forms, that are transfered to the girls that cause feelings of inadequacy, hurt, and frustration. These children are constantly comparing themselves to everyone else. Unfortuantely, on the TV, in ads, Models, these images are not real women. A self esteem workshop can give these girls the oppurtunity and ability to stand up and say that they are beautiful, that one size does not fit all and it is great to be me. I am part of the Girl Scout organization and this could be a wonderful party to be a part of.

  3. I am a teacher of 7th graders in NJ and have started a Girls Club that has been running about 4 years now. These girls are taught to believe in each other and themselves. They are learning how to give back to the community and make a difference. Sadly, these girls lack self confidence in themselves. They come from a blue collar district and always feel that they are “not good enough”. I teach how someone’s beauty truly comes from the inside. When I saw on TV what Dove was doing for girls, I had to immediately sign up. I would love to have a self-esteem workshop for them. If I could not win one, then I would love any information on how to start one for my school. Thanks! Liz Tamargo

  4. Recently, I have been looking for an organization whose mention is to help inner city children and youth. During my research, I found Rae’s Hope, and immediately contacted them to find out information about being involved. I am volunteering with this program and charged with finding information to strengthen their Life Skills and Fiancial Literacy programs. I immediately thought of the Dove Self Esteem Workshops as a resource. Rae’s Hope is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to supporting and providing healthy living and education programs for youth from diverse social economical backgrounds. The program encourages young people to stay actie through healthy living activities such as sports and educate then by providing etiquette, financial literacy, self-esteem and incorporating math and science in everything that is done. All programs teach youth how to have a healthy body image and live a healthier lifestyle. I found this program to be worthy of my tiime and energy, and I hope you find it worthy of the self-esteem workshop.

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