Giving back to the community is something I enjoy doing. Giving a donation (regardless of the amount) makes one feel good both the inside and out. I recently had the opportunity to participate in a Champions for Kids Mission. #AllYouCFK A service project where I was to use my coupon knowledge to benefit others. I was up for the challenge.
I planned a quick shopping trip, preparing both my coupons and my shopping list with care. If you know what you are going into the store to purchase, it eliminates the “extra” items and makes shopping trips quicker.
If you are shopping with a donation in mind, you may want to check with your local charity for a wish list first. Though all donations are appreciated and welcomed, if you can help provide something needed, that’s even better! You may not have a coupon for every item, but if you collect coupons for a few weeks, you will come close! Any savings on an item, even if it is only $0.05, is better than no savings at all! Think of it this way: You can give $20 to a local charity or clip a few coupons and turn your $20 into $30 (or more!).
From the one coupon in the above picture, I have $2 more that can be used to purchase other items! It’s nice to help where-ever you can, even if it’s a lower price item that can be donated to the staff.
This shop has been compensated as part of a social shopper insights study for Collective Bias. #CBias All opinions are my own.