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As a mother to one, amazing, beautiful and talented daughter, I’m always on the lookout for programs that promote positivity and self-esteem in young women.
Dove has long been a supporter of women and real beauty (which we all know isn’t measured by what’s on the outside!) and is working with ShopRite to give away $30,000 in scholarships to young girls!
Dove Right On Girls Scholarship Contest
The Dove Right On Girls Scholarship Contest has a mission to celebrate teenage girls giving back to their communities by offering them a chance to win a college scholarship so that they can continue to work towards their dreams and be all that they can be! If you know a young woman who exudes a positive belief in themselves, their beauty, and all that they can achieve, send in a nomination to ShopRite.com/rightongirls.
Nominated girls need to be between the ages of 13-19 and must reside New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, Pennsylvania, Delaware or Maryland. One (1) Grand and One (1) First Prize Nominee and Nominator will be awarded in each of the six states listed. See official rules.
- Nominee Grand Prize: $4,000 Scholarship awarded as a check / Nominator Grand Prize: $400 gift card to ShopRite
- Nominee Grand Prize: $1,000 Scholarship awarded as a check / Nominator First Prize: $100 gift card to ShopRite
- Plus, 120 lucky nominators will win a $50 ShopRite gift card!
In addition to sending in a nomination to a deserving girl, you can save on your favorite Dove products at ShopRite stores. Right now you can save $3 when you spend $10 on participating Dove products!
I’m a huge fan of the Dove brand and their products and regularly purchase Dove shampoo, conditioner and my favorite, advanced care deodorant. My husband also enjoys the Dove Men+Care line, so this offer from ShopRite is perfect for our family.
Whether it’s your own daughter or a friend’s— a niece, cousin, or just a special teen girl in your life who’s making strides in her community, help make her shine by nominating her today.