DVD Giveaway- A Mile In His Shoes {Charity Hopping Around The World Giveaway Event}

Welcome to the Charity Hopping Around the World Giveaway Hop
Hosted by:
I Am A Reader, Not A Writer
Reading Away the Days
Reading a Little Bit of Everything
Purpose: To promote a charity that you support.

All bloggers will be giving away an item related to their charity or something book related.


The charity that I am featuring for this event is Autism Speaks. My youngest was diagnosed with Autism recently and Autism Speaks has really been a great source of information. They even have a 100 day kit they provide to families {free of charge} to help them get through the first 100 days after their child is diagnosed. See my post about their free resources here.


My giveaway for this event is the DVD ‘A Mile In His Shoes’. This movie is about a child who has Asperger’s syndrome, a form of autism.

Here is more about the movie:

“Only a miracle can help baseball coach Arthur “Murph” Murphy (Dean Cain) and his losing minor league baseball team. As Murph sets out to recruit new talent, he stumbles upon Mickey (Luke Schroder), a young farmer with an incredible pitcher’s arm. However, Mickey’s parents are reluctant in allowing him to join the team because he has Asperger’s syndrome, a form of autism. Murph convinces Mickey’s parents that life in the minor league will benefit their unique son, but he doesn’t realize just how much his new recruit will help the team’s game and, more importantly, their spirit. Based on a true story, A Mile in His Shoes is an inspirational film that celebrates faith, determination and the power of friendship.”


Leave a comment telling me why you’d like to win this movie.

For an extra entry you can share this giveaway with others through social media.

Giveaway ends April 4, 2012 at 11:59pm Central time. US Only.

(Disclosure: I was not compensated for this post but did receive a copy of the movie.)

Find more giveaways at I Am A Reader, Not A Writer


  1. I have worked in the field of “special needs” since I was 16 and love it! I am currently in Master’s program for mental health counseling. I would love to win this movie to watch myself, but to hopefully show my kids (now or in the future) to show them the uniqueness of someone with “special needs” (or as we call it in our home – a special gift from God)! =0)

  2. I’d like to win this because it sounds inspirational.

  3. It sounds like I could learn a lot about Autism and how to help others.

  4. I shared on FB

  5. I would love to win this to give my kids some insight on autism.

  6. catherine c says

    i teach autistic children and would love to win this dvd

  7. I’d like to win because it sounds like a nice movie to watch with my family.
    Thank you!

  8. Lisa Burke Cook says

    I would love to win this movie so we can sit down and watch it as a family and be able to sit down and speak to our children about autism and the different levels of it. And show them that they are just as special as we are.

  9. I would like to win it because I love watching inspirational movies!

  10. love to win this
    childrensbook13 at aol dot com

  11. Sarah Blake says

    I’d like to win this movie because I think with how common autism is, it’s important to celebrate the differences of those with autism. A movie that does that will help others accept and understand what autism is.

  12. I would love this movie because I am in the field of Special Education. I work specifically with blind and low vision children, but have a variety of students with multiple disabilities. I am always interested in watching documentaries about different disabilities.

  13. As a general education teacher and camp counselor (over the summer), I come in contact with many children — with each child having his or her own differences. This movie will help me better understand children diagnosed with Asperger’s syndrome. Plus, I enjoy watching movies about children overcoming some type of hardship whether it is related to a diagnosed disability, their socioeconomic status, or other situation.

  14. amanda roach says

    i would love to win this to show it to my children. i also shared this on fb http://www.facebook.com/giveawaymama2

  15. I’d like to win this because it sounds inspirational – thanks.

  16. I am an educator and we have a high ratio of children with autism in our grade. Not only would I love to see this movie, but I think it would be an amazing resource for our staff and parents.

  17. The school where I teach has a high ratio of students with varying degrees of autism. Not only do I want to watch this movie, but I think it would be an amazing resource for our staff and parents.

  18. I think this would benefit the special needs mi.nistry at my church

  19. Katie Amanda says

    I’m a special education teacher. Any resource that allows me to understand my students would be great.



  20. I would like to win this movie because my 8 year old grandson has Asperger’s. Thank you so much for the giveaway.

    seriousreader at live dot com

  21. I tweeted this giveaway.


    seriousreader at live dot com

  22. I would love to see this-I have a relative who just recently has been diagnosed with autism

  23. heather eg kaufman says

    Both of my sisters have a son with Autism, I would love to win this movie for one of them.

  24. I think it’d be a great movie to watch as a family :-)

  25. Diana Hatch says

    I think it sounds like a great family movie – I would love to win!

  26. tandcsligh says

    i love family movies and would love to watch it with my family :)

  27. janetfaye says

    I would like to win this to watch on our family movie night.

    janetfaye (at) gmail (dot) com

  28. lkish77123 says

    This sounds like a wonderful movie and if my son had been born a few years later he would have been diagnosed with Asperger’s but the diagnosis was not around when he was young.

    lkish77123 at gmail dot com

  29. I am a teacher and would like to watch this to learn more about Asperger’s. Thanks for a great giveaway that would be meaningful for so many!