Coca-Cola's #ForTheDream Prize Pack Giveaway!

July 29, 2015

Coca-Cola is partnering with the Hispanic Scholarship Fund to help Hispanic families achieve their college dreams and aspirations by donating $100,000 to the Hispanic Scholarship Fund this summer. To help raise additional money toward the Hispanic Scholarship Fund, Coca-Cola is donating $1 for every social media post with the hashtag #ForTheDream, up to $10,000. The For The Dream program has a sweepstakes component, #ForTheDreamSweeps, in which Coca-Cola is awarding one College Tour Experience and 34 x $500 grants to cover education expenses.

There are two ways to enter the scholarship sweepstakes:
Had it not been for scholarships and federal grants, I never would have been able to attend college. I remember spending countless nights filling out applications and writing essays for scholarships. Being a Hispanic female from a single parent home made it financially impossible to attend any of the Ivy League or private schools I was accepted to. Thankfully, between the scholarships I earned and won I was able to attend a local university and graduated with honors. So having the opportunity to share the information on this scholarship program is a small way of paying it forward. In addition to spreading the information on this scholarship, I'm giving away a Coca-Cola Summer Prize Pack that features a logo cooler bag, sunglasses, Mason Jar tumbler and a visor. As usual, use the Rafflecopter widget below to enter. Winner will be notified by email and social media and will have 24 hours to respond with shipping information. Giveaway ends Monday, August 3, 2015  
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This is part of a sponsored campaign with DiMe Media and Coca-Cola. However, all opinions expressed are my own.


  1. Education matters to me because it is important to reach and achieve goals and dreams. I want my kids to know that they can do anything.

  2. Well everybody needs a good education to start with. It gives people more self confidence and a better start in life.

  3. Education is the best way to achieve your job goals so you an do what makes you happy.

  4. The pluses of higher education are numerous, especially the confidence it should give and the belief that with their schooling they can change the world. A world where it isn't a surprise to see a Hispanic in a high power high profile position.

  5. Without education there is no growth for society in general.