Leave a Legacy that’s a Win-Win “Forever”

Publishers Clearing House winners and fans always tell us that they would use a Millionaire-Making SuperPrize to leave a legacy with loved ones! And the Win “Forever” Prize is tailor-made to grant that very wish. Yes, on August 31st, you could win the “Forever” Prize, that’s payments of $5,000 a week for your life, then after that, those payments would continue on to a special someone you select for their life!

The fact is, we all want to pass down something for our children. People work their whole lives to set things up favorably for the next generations. Parents strive to make sure their children receive every chance that they themselves did not get. They work to add money to college funds and even pay high life insurance premiums so that loved ones can be well-prepared for the future. The $5,000 A Week “Forever” Prize event is so incredible because it lets the winner help enjoy the present AND it lets them leave a legacy of financial security for the future, too.

My grandparents immigrated to America so that their children and grandchildren could reap the benefits of a country rife with opportunity. They often worked two jobs each in areas of hard manual labor so their progeny wouldn’t have to struggle as hard. I’m sure my grandparents would have loved to pass down the financial legacy of a “Forever” Prize. And while I don’t have anything tangible like an heirloom locket or watch to remember them by, they passed down to me things even more important — faith and love as well as a strong work ethic and sense of humor.

As a PCH employee I’m am not eligible to win the $5,000 A Week “Forever” Prize on August 31st, but I am allowed to daydream about what I would do with the money and who I would set up for the future. Picking the right benefactor would take some time since there are many who are deserving. Fortunately, PCH thought of this, too, so if you were to win, you would have time to decide upon to whom you would leave a legacy of “forever” prize-winning money.

What legacy are you hoping to leave future generations? Do you have something special to pass down to a loved one? Have you had something special passed down to you? Leave let us know in the comments section below.

Good luck on August 31st! And remember to enter today and everyday. There’s only a few weeks left!

Kate M.
PCH Online Creative


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DeLayne Perry said...

Thanks for sharing about your grandparents and their hopes for the future of their loved ones.
I hope I win so I can give my kids and grand kids what I never had also.. :)

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Kanika Loeung said...

If I’d meet the Prize Patrol in front of my door on August 31st, I will change my new life for ever. Then after that, the payments would continue on to my children. But it is difficult to choose which one in three children. I probably want to divide an equal of three of them.

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Wetzel said...

I would enjoy it and live life at the fullest while benifiting from others smiles

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Tonya Roman said...

I just want my children to have the best future possible, as a winner of this prize I could give that to them. As of now, like most Americans’, we struggle to make ends meet let alone secure a future for our kids. We just hope to make it through the here and now. I dream of this prize, but know the chances are low to win, but what a dream it would be to make a difference for my WHOLE family not just my own children, but my own sibblings and their kids, and my parents. And help my Mother and sister with paying for both of their cancer treatments before it is too late. Those are what my dreams are made of!

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Tonya Roman said...

I would like to secure my children with a future. Like most American’s we are just trying to make it through the here and now. It would be wonderful to know that we could provide the best for their future. I would also help with my parents, sibblings, and their kids. I would like to help my Mother and sister with financal help with their cancer treatments. That is what I would like to leave behide knowing that I did the best I could for those that I love. This prize is a dream, but what a great dream it is!

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Jessica Jackson said...

You may say I’m a dreamer, but I’m not the only one. I hope someday PCH comes to wahiawa, HI And the world will SEE IT AND BELIEVE IT, it could happen to you. Please Prize Patrol come to HAWAII for Superprize August 31st Event. It would be a blessing for me and the Jackson Family. I am having FAITH as always and HOPE it can happen.

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Michael Rolle said...

I had never had anything financially passed down to me but my mother and father both supported their children the best they could education they invested in us was the best benefactor for our future my father was our Support system before he passed in 1977 today we still have the Memories of our Home we all growed into and that is a lot to hold on to for so many years and thankful but with a growing family sense than to Now Winning The Publishers Clearing House $5,000 a week forever Prize would be like a dream coming true for us leaving behind a Legacy this Gift is the Family reunion of all Sweepstake prizes Ever Winning this won’t just leave an legacy but an honor to have Shared this Experience with Others.

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Stacey Kochinski said...

I would love to win the FOREVER prize. Become after my time has passed I would leave it to my daughter who right now is 7. It would work out perfectly for her because not only would I have a savings account for her durring the time of me having the FOREVER prize but then when she gets it not only will she have a FOREVER prize but she will have her savings as well. She will be taken care of for life along with her family and children she may have one day. And thats a big thing i want is for my daughter to be taken care of and to not have to go through alot of the struggles that me and my fiance have been through and are going through. The great thing about the FOREVER prize is all of our struggles would be taken away. We would not have to rent anymore. We would be able to buy a house. So the eviction I have on me would not be an issue anymore. We would be able to buy a car of our own. All of our debts would be paid off, OUr parents would have less financial worries because we would help pay off their houses. and so much more. I could go on and on of all the good things I would do if I became the FOREVER winner but that could take a while. I write and dream about being a FOREVER winner practically everyday and every night. Im just so tired of being in the enviroment my family and I have been in for the past few months. I want better for my family and I. I dont want to wonder if we are going to have money for gas, rent and bills, I dont want to wonder if I am going to have to pawn anything every month. It makes me so sad and so miserable. I dont want to feel that anymore.

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Michaela G. said...

Thank you Kate M., PCH Online Creative for this inspiring letter!

YES, YES, YES, That was a great in insightful letter to all of us about leaving a legacy for your family. I always wonder about how we could leave a legacy for my family, and all this great information that you have given all of us is fantastic! I am sure I will apply it to my live especially if I won the $5,000.00 a week FOREVER on August 31!

I know that this win for me and my family would be a GOD sent for all of us and we would feel so blest to have won, so I have been hoping, praying and dreaming about winning the lucky windfall check for $5,000.00 a week FOREVER!!! So, all I can do is to enter today and everyday at PCH, where the fun is all FREE!!!!

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Karen G. Shelton said...

Yes, I remember my dear uncle Fred, who passed away in 1969 with a heart attack, always give me a half dollar coin, every time I passed a grade level (1st to 6th grade). I thought those coins were like gold and I do treasure them to this day. My uncle Fred never married but had plenty of neices and nephews to entertain him and I was one of the lucky neices to have him in my life.

So, therefore I will pass the few coins that I have to my children and grandchildren along with the memories of Uncle Fred giving me my special coin/gift.

Thank you for asking this question.

Karen G. Shelton
Nashville, TN 37214

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Melanie Antry said...

My goodness what I would do if I win. You know it is funny some days I have a good feeling of me winning and some days I don’t. All I go by is faith and prayers. If I do win I know for the fact that finally I could take a break from every stress prossible that is on my lap. I would have my own place and build business so others will have a job that they could support their families. I know that it is hard these times of needs. And what better ways to provide for your family? Building the buisness. Making America a profitable place again. You got to start somewhere small. Of course you need funds to build dreams. And I know dreams do come true as soon as you keep having faith and do what you got to do (enter the pch sweepstakes) in order to get somewhere. My mom “always says you can’t do anything just by crying you got to keep your heads up and keep moving”. When my family and I struggle together I always tell them this and add a few things of my own and “every step of the way there will be bumps but those bumps will make you stronger as long as you think of what happened and learn from those bumps”. As a working mother and pregnant with our 3rd child I know for the fact that no matter how hard it is to get up early just so you can come home early to be with my family is exhausting. But I always pray for strength keep moving. Also with all these bumps that I step into I never realize how strong I am to endure them.

And for that special someone I would of course divide it among my children. I want them to have what my family gave me while growing up. Roof over our heads, food on our table, and god as our trust in life. =)

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Curtis Martin said...

It would have been nice if everyone’s family line who had something to pass down did just that.

I know mines didn’t. I have family who own hundreds of Houses, Businesses, in the NFL, on Sitcoms, and I’m a nephew of MLK jr., through marriage. If you don’t, or have not been raised with a good heart, money can make your best friend turn their back on you.

I am so thankful that my mother instilled in me qualities that will help me deal with the disappointments I WILL face in life, and at the same time helping others, which bags an award that will outweigh any disappointments in my life.

Don’t burn bridges or step on any toes, because you never know who you will meet up with again in life that has the power to help you. REALLY treat others the way you REALLY want to be treated.

So, I hope whoever wins use the money wisely. Don’t just throw money around, use it to get to the rout cause of problems. Like the saying goes, “Give a man a fish, he’ll eat for today. teacher a man how to fish and he’ll never go hungry.” (something like that :)

I don’t give to charities because I REALLY don’t know where my dollar is going or how much of it is going to the cause that I am giving it to. I remember a day when “VOLUNTEERS” didn’t get paid. Nowadays, most of the money you give go to “VOLUNTEERS.” So my thing is, why give $20 to charity when the person next to you hasn’t eaten in two days. Or, the kid, running down the street, tennis shoes has holes in them, and it’s winter time.

We remember single acts of kindness, and hopefully, when possible, we pass kindness on to someone else. That’s how I’ve gotten through life. Received kindness, gave kindness. Just yesterday a man needed a jump at Home Depot. He offered me money and I told him kindness drew me to him not money, just pass it on.

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    Chet Williams said...

    Stand on your soap box and tell everyone what a good person you are. You come from money. You dont have a clue what life is like to be giving ANY advice. Read ALL the other posts. These are people with nothing. People that are trying to win because they dont have what you do-they wernt born with it. All they have is their hopes and prayers. Your mother should be ashamed of herself and of you. Anyone who raises a child who has the outlook YOU do is a failure as a parent. MLK would be disgusted with your post as am I. Then again you are NOT related by BLOOD-which means your just a name dropper. What are you doing here? You make it sound like you have access to all the money you need. You want to tell people who dont have money to be good to others and not to throw money around if they win, but once again you dont know what it is like to go without. To have nothing. Im willing to bet you have no education, no trade and have never worked a day in your life. YOU might remember your “single acts of charity” but truly good people dont need to remember-its what they do. Also “helping others which bags an award” shows your true motivation. You want everyone to tell you what a good person you are-to give you an award. Your idea of kindness was not taking a few bucks for a jump start. That was your example of how kind you are? Wow. Youre just like Jesus. You must have low self esteem to come in here and tell poor people what a good person you are. You wont give to charity cause you cant see where your $20 bucks is going? $20 bucks?! You dont want the volunteer to get paid for his time. God forbid. You go out there and volunteer then. That would never happen. If you went out and volunteered you wouldnt need to get paid, but most people trying to get by, on minimum wage no less, DO. Did you ever wonder why they NEED to pay volunteers to get donations? Because the poor cant afford to volunteer and the rich wont. So, no volunteers-no donations. Then there is the fact that those that have and can give come up with reasons why they WONT give(like the volunteers are getting more money then the charity). How about giving to established charitys that give 100% of the donations to their cause? You say the volunteers get more of the donation money then the charity itself. Its sickening how uneducated you are. With all that money you cant spell or use correct language when typing. You will have to answer for your sins against humanity. For insulting not just myself but others that read your post. What if someone reads your post and decides NOT to give anymore based on what you said? Are you responsible for those people going without? There will come a day, Christ will ask you why didnt you give to me when I was hungry? Clothed me when I was cold? You will say but lord had I of known it was you I surely would have helped! “And he will answer, ‘I tell you the truth, when you refused to help the least of these my brothers and sisters, you were refusing to help me.’ Matthew 25:45

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dwayne dixon said...

i wanto be the winner for the win $5,000.00 week ”forever”

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Lauralee Hensley said...

I hope to leave a legacy of accountability. I think too many people don’t want to be accountable for their actions, they are into the blame game.

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Vicki Isleman said...

Not all of us can begin to even think of trying to leave a legacy to our children. We start with the best of intentions but life happens and we are barely able to give our children the basic’s and in doing that we miss out on all that precious time we could have spent with our kids. Yes, this is a wonderful dream, without a doubt the best thing that could ever happen to many of us. I ended up a single parent and then became disabled and couldn’t even work. I have no savings for the future and my son was diagnoised with several severe conditions by the time he was 14. I, myself was left on a church doorstep as an infant but ended up several years later with the greatest parents on earth who taught me that things aren’t as important as love and nothing was more important than God. They did their best to help me raise my son and in turn I took care of each of them in turn until the day they died without any resentment, just love and anything I could give them in the way of comfort. But we have to remember that this is a wonderful dream that PCH has allowed us. They don’t owe it to us no matter how much of our day is spent in finding entry opportunities. This can’t ruin our lives or make us bitter if we don’t win. But don’t feel bad if you can’t provide everything for everyone, way too many of us are barely going to have money to take care of ourselves and many of us don’t have anyone to lean on when that time comes. I just hate people letting commercials get to them that they have to have this and that and give their kids everything when so many of us would love to but can’t. Don’t feel guilty, just do your best and let PCH winners lift your spirits, not dwindle them

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Vicki Isleman said...

To PCH, I read everything and ended up feeling very guilty even though I know that wasn’t your intent. I had a hard enough time just raising my son on my own and with his health problems I would love to have enough to leave him so that he is cared for the rest of his life because he has very little in the way of family and they won’t help. PCH offers us dreams, wonderful dreams but many of us did nothing wrong in life and yet we can barely make ends meet. We have to remember to dream, it is important but if you have done your best never feel guilty that you couldn’t provide the legacy to who-ever that you would love to leave. Don’t resent the people who win, I hear that so, so often. “Why enter, I’m never going to win”. That isn’t the right attitude either, someone will win. Remember PCH is the “House of Dreams” and that they give to us all.

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Stancio Butler said...

Why do celebrities including both the famous PCH Prize Patrol elite team and a famous celebrity named Brooke Christa Shields does not give out their home addresses,their home phone numbers,their cell phone numbers,and finally their own personal information to the PCHblog readers including myself just because it’s a scam!?

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Bonnie Everett said...

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Mark Nardi said...

I been enter as many sweeps as I can and still keep trying and maybe someday my boat will arrive and the Prize Patrol will be on it to hand me the Forever Prize and make my dream come true, so I can leave a legacy too.

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sandy baker said...

Come on down to my home on Aug 31, I would love to meet all of the prize patrol. That would be the best birthday present. “EVER ” please make all my dreams come true.

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Muliyani Made said...

Searching on PCHSearch&Win, I am Muliyani Made with initial MM Giveaway 1830 to claim New Instant Prizes Are Awarded Every Day on August 31st. Thank you.

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c lee said...

If I win it would be the best and the dream for my kids to go to college will be set. A cozy home for us my kids will love it to have their own room. Just living on pay check every month it hard. Something like this give someone like me a hope…hoping that I will win so my kids can have a better future something that I wish I have. Now with my kids all I could think about is them…winning would mean everything life changing. Also I could help get a new working running turck for my dad.

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c lee said...

If I win it would be the best and the dream for my kids to go to college will be set. A cozy home for us. We lost our home and now living in one bedroom. my kids are getting older they would love to have their own room. Just living on pay check every month it hard. Something like this give someone like me a hope…hoping that I will win so my kids can have a better future something that I wish I could give them. Now with my kids all I could think about is them…winning would mean everything life changing. Also I could help get a new working running turck for my dad. Growning up not having anything and wanting thing that you can’t have is not so great its heartbreaking now that I have my own kids..I really want to give them something when I leave them…atleast money to go to college.

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richard gaytan said...

my son jayden gaytan or my one of my brothers

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Gail N. said...

Will there be a shortlist letter for the August 31st superprize event?

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Denice Townsend said...

Hi I am 55 almost and just lost my job again after four years And I loved my job :( if I won I could finish my nursing degree buy my own home so my family can visit me and for once not worry about paying bills. And I can go to work as a nurse with my college degree my children would be so proud of their mother and that is enough for any mother I am thankful for everyday and have some charities that I would love to help

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sandy baker said...

When will we know if we are on the short list or not?

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Dawn M Sexton said...

I just lost my job so it would definitely come in handy… once I got back on my feet than my dad and mom I would help next… the both have cancer… an then my daughter she starts college on the 13th of Aug.. and my remaining 3 kids and my grand baby whom I never see will b set up when she turns 18 an graduate from school so she can go to college… than I would start helping the homeless an buy a bigger home an become a foster parent… there’s so many things I could do n people to help! Life is great… an I have awesome dreams that I hope I can make come true for me n my family and everyone else! God Bless!

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Erica Austin said...

O how i would appreciate this opportunity. I have less fortunate kids that i enjoyingly take care of. This money will allow me to provide so many opportunities for them, giving them chances to travel and experience things they would never be able to without the extra finances. I also would be able to take care of my mom who experiences some health issues that keeps her from working regularly. i would be able to help feed the hungry and volunteer with the kids at the childrens hospital. Overall this money will allow me to help sooo many people including myself. O how i pray that i win!

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jillian hightower said...

i just want to go to college. that all.

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patricia young said...

Yes my children aretha and Joshua

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Mrs. A.T. said...

Hi PCH! I have thought about the Forever Prize and if it can be done legally I already have it solved. If it cannot be then yes I will need time to rethink it. My husbands grandparents also came to America when his father was about 6. I’m really glad they did or I might not have ever met my hubby! Someday I’d like to visit Italy.

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michelle mattox said...

I see that you can get the winnings in a lump sum payout. How much is the lump sum pay out? there is so much you can do with the winnings. Good luck to all

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X said...

PCH.. just thinking about winning.. I would help my family. the way the housing market is today I would buy my kid a house.

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Morgan Alt said...

I was just wondering what the prize patrol elite seal means? because i received an email saying that i have that and i dont know if it means im closer to winning or not, or if it meant i could just win the bonus prize

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joanne reed said...

i am almost 70 years old but i’m not that old yet. i have 2 girls left and would love to leave them, something.but at the same time i would like to have something for me till i am no longer here. i have already paid for what will happen to me when i pass. all i can say is just that i would like to have something for the rest of my life. so i don’t have to watch every penny. so thank u so much for giving me this chance.

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deena c rogers said...

yes to win the publisher clearing house $5,000.00 a week “forever” and leave a legacy will be great.then i would knom that my grand kids would have a chance of going to collage. but first i could pay off my home,bills.then i could get a safety step in tud/shower, an a craft-matic bed.he is in much need of these items. so please keep me in mine .

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deena c rogers said...

to win the publishers clearing house $5,000.00 a week”forever” an leave a legacy would be great.that way i would know that my grand kids would beable to go to colleage.i could pay off my home,bills. then i could get one of those safety walkin tubs/showers,an a craft-matic bed.for myhusban is in much need of these.so please keep me in mine this august 31st,2012

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richard gaytan said...

to my kids mom sierra knight to help pay the bill she had a hard life

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m ballard said...

i have many children i and whole lot of grand children i can help son not work baby on the waywe need help

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m ballard said...

my family is having hard times like millions of people i think my cancer is back i need help for my family pray that cancer not back

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carl garner said...

i been searching and searching for tons of stuff,and hoping that is enough for me to win by august 31,2012 for $5ooo for life and it still want me to keep searching

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Alicia paule said...

I agree with what you said about passing it down to loved ones. As everyone knows the economy has been bad for all of us. People have lost
their jobs or can’t work any more and can’t get on welfare cause there are way too maany people applying. As a person who has a mother and sister who is about to be homeless because of the foreclosure crisis, one of the many victims. I would donate my money into the organizations that help out the homeless and the unfortunate people. I am praying I get the money cause as of many foreclosure victims, I am one of them also.

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tameka davis said...

If I am the winner i will give charity to all the organizations that channel 4 requisited and even more over the years. Plus my family and friends.

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tameka davis said...

If I am the winner I am going to give charity to organizations that I saw on the news channels and plus more charities, family and friends

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Bobbie Meaders said...

I NEED TO WIN SO I CAN KEEP MY BILLS PAID.

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Stephen Rodriguez said...

If I should win I promised that I would give 1/2 of my winning to feed the children , cancer research center and the children with no parents to give them a chance in life and the other 1/2 split it for all my family as for me I just need enough to live on my son would be well off for the rest of his life because he’s what makes. My world go round I try to do it for him with gods help I ├žould give him what I never had but I want to be like my father he gave me everything I ever needed I didn’t ask for much because he had 15 kids to support he was my hero and my loving father may he rest in peace now my turn to take care of my mother for him as I promised that I would until the rest of here’s or my days which ever Comte’s first.

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Glenda Perez said...

Yes I want to win on August 29,please put my name in the list,help me please,I have many bills.I love PCH

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Charlotte Riely said...

Life is so short and precious for all of us. I probably would leave a Legacy to “my” Church in memory of my son, he “cut” His Life “short” by making the wrong choices while attending High School. Suicide was his choice for a “way Out”. We need more “out-reach” to our younger generation. I fully believe that the Legacy would be an “Out-Reach” to “All” the younger generation with the proper exposure.

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Albert Taylor said...

It would be great to be debt free

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Donna Deason said...

well it is a great thought, But I’ve never been “Lucky” so I DONT really even include myself as ever being the winner of something so spectacular & wonderful as that ever happening to me. but if it did, i know so many people that are homeless, that dont have the means to even enter a sweapsteak, so i would buy an apt complex, so they would have a place to live with their very own adderess, then they can have opertunities like this sent to them. then they to could have a chance at winning a “MIRICLE” Thank You All at PCH, & GOD BLESS EVERYONE…

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Lee Hunt said...

If we win I could sure help a lot of people.
As we have all said at one time or another what will
be will be.
Thanks PCH.

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MY DADDYS BIRTHDAY IS ON AUGUST 31 ST, I CAN SEE HIM LOOKING OVER THE BALCONY OF HEAVEN WATCHING TO SEE IF THE EVENT COULD POSSIBLY HELP HIS LOVED ONES HE LEFT BEHIND HERE ONEARTH,HOWEVER IT TURNS OUT I KNOW THAT I AM RICH INDEED JUST BECAUSE OF THAT PRECIOUS AMAZING SO WONDERFUL DADDY OF MINE HE WAS THE HERO OF ALL HEROS TO ME AND EVER WILL BE, HE HAS ME FOCUSED ON THE FOREVER PRIZE WHICH NOTHING CAN EVER TAKE FROM US FOR IT IS LIFE EVERLASTING FOREVERMORE THAT IS TRULY WHAT IT MEANS TO BE RICH THANKS DADDY IF WINNING ON YOUR BIRTHDAY I PROMISE YOU I WON’T BE SELFISH BUT RATHER MAKE THE WHOLE WORLD THE LUCKY BENEFICIARY, I HAVE TRIED TO WIN BY EVERY MEANS POSSIBLE AS I KNOW THAT THIS KIND OF MONEY COULD HELP THE WHOLE WIDE WORLD

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linda leamy said...

pch#1830 or pch3080 winner 5,000.00 a wk forever aug 29th linda120lee I would make my choice when you get here thank you!!

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dariush maryamian said...

i hope to see u and hopefully i getthat dream after long time

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Lorraine Hamlyn said...

Would be a Dream Come True.My hopes are High .Thank you.Lorraine

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Lorraine Hamlyn said...

A Chance of a Lifetime, have to be in it-to win it.I would love to leave a wonderful legacy to my children & grandchildren, something which never came my way from my family due to sad circumstances in their lives.Thank you for this opportunity.Lorraine H.

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Helen Leu said...

I’d tell my children to use the money wisely and send some to the needy, their church,And I’d help our churches too whoever else I knew could use some

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karen stewart Baggot said...

Dreams to leave a legacy that insures my son’s life and helping others. A legacy is important so it speaks of who you are and you were here and others were affected and a wittness to life!

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Christine Terens said...

Hello kate M. first of all Hello to you. Then saying Hello to every one At pch. Yes indeed passing a legacy to a family member would be nice to do. Just that I know its all about the waiting time with all this . Do to what ever happens It will be what it is not in till that time is right for who ever wins this great big suprize in there day. Still all can do is keep waiting this out here in Wisconsin. Thanks again , Thanks for taking the time out of your busy day to even read this note . by now . Christine Terens

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medardo flores said...

Hi there pch I just want to fully thank u all for the opportunity and the thrill that you have given to me and my family we love you all good bless you

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jimyLe meadows said...

Could be coming true to leave legacy for family surprised.

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Tracy Lowe said...

Money talks
but
It don’t sing and
and
It don’t walk…

you cannot buy integrity
or love
real friends
geuine smiles

you can share more monetary things.

It is through service to others that we can most easily produce transformative changes…
Not only to those we help,
but also in ourselves…

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joseph martinez said...

Pass it down to my daughter for sure and never have to worrie bout het future

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Kathleen Tasillo said...

I play every day all day and night

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Linda Klump said...

If I won PCH The First Thing I Would Move Out Oj My APT,Live In Florida.Where Itr nICE In The Winter.Buy A New car.And Take A Vaction.Help my DaughterGeet Her A Car And Her ANd Her BoyFriend Start A Family.Help A F riendThat I Knew From 6TH Grade.And Never Worry About How Iam Gonna Make It On SST.pAy Any Bills Off.Buy A Big Toumb Stone For My Daughter.Give A Charity For Kids.And Donate For Abused Dogs.But Most Importantly Move From WhERE i Live.And Have Enough To Live OFF A. Then Being On SSI I Could Hardly Live on It.

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Maria said...

Great tips Chris sand is so much fun. It’s like skiing in podewr. Keep your front tips up, relax and enjoy. As you said, don’t fight the squirming rear wheel just let it flow.

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Kathleen Tasillo said...

First I would take care of my Husband and grown children!
Then I would like to contribute to children ‘s research.
Our veterans.
Food banks
and no kill shelters.

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