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Goal: 36
Start: #16
Current: 17

Thursday, August 30, 2012

Helping Kids in Need Buy School Books

I've posted before about the need for text book for kids without. I earn amazon gift cards from converting points through Superpoints. Some of you joined me on Superpoints. Thank you to those who've joined and do their daily spins on the lucky wheel. It may not seem like much, but it does help. When you spin and win, either my Darling Daughter also wins, or I do. Depending on which one of us you joined under. In both cases those those winning spins earn points which earn Amazon Gift Cards and help towards the purchase of a books like you see Linkabove. This group of books was for 1 student and even used cost in excess of $700.00, but we were able to help with that cost. To date I've earned $100.00 using Superpoints, and DD has earned 70.00 ish. The need continues and so we continue. We spin daily, we do surveys, we watch video's, and sometimes we've bought Groupons through Superpoints and get awesome deals for an evening out at a reduced cost AND get Superpoints! I blogged about a night out at Huntington Park Here. Check it out.

Additionally, both my Darling Daughter and I have joined Swag Bucks. We don't spin there, but we do watch video's, play games, do surveys and other similar things. What earns swag bucks there collectively is doing searches. You can can use Swag Bucks as your search engine and win Swag Bucks, you can add the Swag Bucks Tool bar. Both methods work well and earn you extra Swag Bucks. Once again, those Swag Bucks are being converted into Amazon Gift Cards and those too are helping with the purchase of books for kids in need.

Join one or both, you can help the cause...........AND earn gift cards you can use for your own family. Both Superpoints and Swag Bucks have excellent coupons you can clip and print, and or attach to your local grocery loyalty card to save you and your family money. Both are easy to and quick to join. I'm happy to help you get started, so if you join....sing out. If you've already joined to help the cause...many thanks!

Pop back tomorrow....and everyday to see the wonderful items good folks like yourself knit and crochet and donate to those who need our help.

You don't need to be a knitter or a crocheter to help by joining either Superpoints or Swag Bucks.

**Would Linda J from Texas please make contact, or leave a comment with your email addy. I've searched high and low over the last week trying to find your email.**

All donations regardless of size and number are valued. All donations are appreciated, and all donations keep someone warm. We help, one stitch at a time. YOU truly DO make a difference. THANK YOU!

1 comment:

  1. Buying school books for someone is such a nice thing to do. Good luck with getting points.


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