Nominations for our next Tamagotchi L.i.f.e. Hometown Heroes contest will begin on Thursday, May 1st !

Hometown Heroes

Congratulations to Hometown Heroes Winner

Francesca Chaney, Founder, Girls Advocating and Innovating the Nation (G.A.I.N.)

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Brooklyn, NY (December 20, 2013) – 17-year-old Francesca Chaney (top right), founder of Girls Advocating and Innovating the Nation (G.A.I.N.), a Brooklyn-based non-profit organization which empowers young women to address topics of concern in their community, a forum to address issues together, and to positively innovate society, has been voted the latest Tamagotchi L.i.f.e. Hometown Heroes award winner and recipient of its $5000 cash award. She is joined by fellow G.A.I.N. members Maassai Collier (top left), Helen Barnes (bottom left) and Tia Jones (bottom right) in celebrating their recognition from Bandai Co., Ltd.

Find G.A.I.N. Online:
http://www.everygirlmustgain.org
https://www.facebook.com/GirlsAdvocatingandInnovatingtheNationG.A.I.N
https://twitter.com/GAIN_Org

VIEW THE PRESS RELEASE: Francesca Chaney, Founder of Girls Advocating the Nation (G.A.I.N.), Voted Tamagotchi L.i.f.e. Hometown Heroes Winner

 


Congratulations to Hometown Heroes Winner

Stephanie J. Armstrong, Founder, Heart of Leadership

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San Diego, CA (October 21, 2013) – Stephanie J. Armstrong (pictured second from left) proudly shows off the $5000 check awarded by Bandai Co., Ltd. and its Tamagotchi L.i.f.e. Hometown Heroes program in recognition of the work performed by the Heart of Leadership organization she founded to empower young women (including the three depicted) to be leaders who transform the world.

A San Diego based 501(c)3 organization, Heart of Leadership offers events, forums and resources to support young women as they navigate the real issues teenagers face with confidence and courage.

http://heartofleadership.org/

VIEW THE PRESS RELEASE: Stephanie Armstrong, Founder of Heart of Leadership Organization, Voted Tamagotchi L.i.f.e. Hometown Heroes Winner

 


Celebrate the Tamagotchi Spirit with Hometown Heroes

Nominate your Hometown Hero for a $5,000 Contribution.

Just like the care and attention you gave your virtual pet, you can now be part of a group who cares about each other, who cares about the community around us, who gets involved to better the lives of others. And with our charitable contribution of $5,000 through Hometown Heroes recognition, you can be a part of the movement to support local heroes by nominating someone, maybe even yourself, who demonstrates T-L.i.f.e. values, and is making a difference every day.

Know someone in your community who’s making a difference? Someone who embodies the Tamagotchi spirit of helping others? Then nominate her/him.

The Tamagotchi L.i.f.e. Hometown Hero award is our way of recognizing those people in your community who are doing something special, that makes a difference. Every two months, we will recognize them by featuring their stories on our Website, and providing them with a personalized Hometown Hero Crystal Award.

And YOU get to make the nominations! It’s easy. Just click on the link below and fill out the “Tamagotchi L.i.f.e. Hometown Hero” Award Entry Form. One Hometown Hero is selected every two months. Why shouldn’t it be your nominee, or even you?


Nominate Your Hero


Congratulations to Dr. Sean Daneshmand, Our New Hometown Hero!

Find out more about our newest Hero,
Dr. Sean Daneshmand

SAN DIEGO, CA (July 24, 2013) – Bandai Co., Ltd. proudly celebrates the latest recipient of its Tamagotchi L.i.f.e. Hometown Heroes Award with a $5000 contribution to Dr. Sean Daneshmand, Founder, and Kevin Robertson, Executive Director of San Diego, CA-based
Miracle Babies, a non-profit organization which provides support and financial assistance to families with critically ill newborns in neonatal intensive care.


Congratulations to Lori Weise, Our Previous Hometown Hero!

Find out more about our last Hero,
Lori Weise and Downtown Dog Rescue

Marking another event in the evolution of the lifestyle brand, Tamagotchi L.i.f.e., Bandai Co. Ltd. and Sync Beatz Entertainment have confirmed the second winner in its Hometown Heroes program. This initiative encourages the public to nominate a local citizen who has made a measurable contribution to improving their community, with the nominee receiving the most votes winning a $5000 charitable contribution… (read more)

Marking another event in the evolution of the lifestyle brand, Tamagotchi L.i.f.e., Bandai Co. Ltd. and Sync Beatz Entertainment have confirmed the second winner in its Hometown Heroes program. This initiative encourages the public to nominate a local citizen who has made a measurable contribution to improving their community, with the nominee receiving the most votes winning a $5000 charitable contribution.

For the March/April ’13 voting period, the winner is Lori Weise, who was recognized for her work with the Los Angeles non-profit group she founded, Downtown Dog Rescue (DDR). In honor of her efforts, Tamagotchi L.i.f.e. presented her with a $5000 check along with its Hometown Heroes Crystal Award. In the photo, Ms. Weise is shown with her dog Mr. B. (a 14-year old Pit Bull and Boxer mix she adopted after its homeless owner had to give him up) and Barry Stagg, Chief Communications Officer, Sync Beatz Entertainment.


Have a Favorite Hometown Hero?

Find out more about our first Hero,
Carole Pearson and the Dawg Squad

VOTE to bring them community recognition and help award them a personalized Hometown Hero Crystal Award.

Vote For Your Favorite Hero