Pass The Love Back in your Community

This post was sponsored by Mondelez International as part of an Influencer Activation for Influence Central. I received compensation as a thank you for my review.

In communities around the country where the sun is shinning and the weather is warming up, we find that it is that time of year where the kids are out and games of soccer are being played. Like many, we enjoy not only supporting our local soccer teams for the kids, but also having our kids participate as well. So when I was told about the Pass the Love Back initiative, I was very excited to learn more about it and also share what I learned with my readers!

Like so many others, when the kids are practicing or playing a game with their team, we cheer them on from the sidelines with other supporters. We also help the kids and their teammates by having drinks and snacks for them to enjoy. And with the Multipacks that we can purchase at many of our local stores, that have OREO Cookies, Ritz Bits crackers, and CHIPS AHOY! Cookies, we can not only have a selection of snacks for the kids to enjoy after a game, but we can also support our kids soccer team as well as others in our community through the “Pass The Love Back” program. With the maker of OREO cookies, RITZ BITS crackers and CHIPS AHOY! cookies Multipacks being the Official Snacks of U.S. Soccer and Major League Soccer, they have announced the third year of the #PassTheLoveBack soccer program.

With the Pass The Love Back program, right now through May 31, 2016, your local youth soccer team can head to to earn up to $1,000 toward custom T-shirts or a team donation. The team donation can go towards uniforms and equipment so that the kids have what they need to do their best!

As a parent, I can really appreciate this initiative because it gives the teams a way to get the soccer equipment and resources they need, which many local teams often have to find ways to support themselves. Making the #PassTheLove program one to not only share with my kids teams, but also a program that other teams should take advantage of as well!


  1. Lisa Brown
    May 28, 2016 / 10:44 am

    Looks fun, a great way to have fun and do something to promote and help the sport.

  2. Fiddlin' Dandi
    May 28, 2016 / 11:44 am

    This sounds like a great program to participate in!

  3. Rose-Marie
    June 1, 2016 / 6:17 pm

    What a win – win! A wonderful way to have the kids and everyone else involved, doing good, and making friends.

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