Do you plan on shopping at any of these retailers this holiday season?
If so, you can do more with your money than you think. This time of year people are not only buying gifts for their loved ones, they are thinking of ways they can give back. Givingassitant.org makes it easy to do just that. How many times do you sign up to receive a certain amount of cash back from places by participating in newsletter sign ups or spending a certain amount of money only to never use it because it takes so long to receive it or you never make the right monetary purchases to obtain it?
When you sign up to givingassistant.org you can get cash back in days via a debit card deposit, and choose the charity for which to give a portion of your cash back. I just signed up and since the Ronald McDonald house played an important role in my well-being as a child when I had severe Scoliosis, I thought it was best to give back to them. I had surgery when I was four years old to help correct and improve the curve in my spine and the Ronald McDonald house helped keep my family close by after my surgery, since we had to travel to another city for my operation. They are a great organization that helps children, particularly cancer patients who need a little extra love.
Not only does givingassistant.org help you to give back to your favorite charity, they donate a meal to Feed America for each coupon used!
Their site features countless coupons from major retailers like Amazon, Best Buy, Neiman Markus, Starbucks and more, and to think that you can use the coupon, get cash back and give a portion of that to a charity makes your purchases that much sweeter this holiday season!
The sign up is really easy too. The cash back site only asks for your email address and they give you double cash back for all of their cash back stores, in hopes you pass on some of that savings to your favorite charity! If there is any skepticism, GivingAssistant.org shows you in real-time your transactions and cash back processing, which you can see in your bank account in a matter of days, not weeks or months like some cash back sites. It makes saving and giving fun and easy!
When you sign up to givingassistant.org, your account page shows you your total cash saved through coupons you’ve used, the total amount you’ve donated and how many cash back clicks you have.
Then you simply search for the coupons you’d like to use, click on “show coupon” find your special code and you are taken directly to the retailer’s site so you can maximize your savings and donations!
If you already utilize some retail offers like Walmart’s free shipping with a $50 purchase, all you need to do is access Wal-Mart through givingassistant.org and they will donate a meal to feedamerica.org!
This is especially useful for my amazon.com addiction! 😉
So giving back and saving some cash doesn’t have to be hard this holiday season especially with many people avoiding the store rush and making lots of their purchases online! Take advantage of shopping in your PJ’s and help out your favorite charity!
It feels good to give back!
What charities do you like donating to?
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