Jennifer knew that she could save with coupons, but she also knew her bigger strength was baking. She turned her coupon savings into items she could use to have a bake sale so she could donate cash to the charity she chose. She knew that they could then take that cash and turn it into even more. Her charity can purchase about $8.00 worth of items for every $1.00 donated.
See what goodies Jennifer made and how much she raised here.
Crystal put her couponing skills to use for her local crisis center. By utilizing her coupons and watching for the best deals, she was able to make her donation for about half of retail price.
See her donation to charity here.
Did you know there are centers in the US that are dedicated to aiding children 12 and under? Karen did and that’s where she made her donation. With them in mind, she shopped for items that children at her local center could use.
See her donation here.
Marissa decided to put together a donation for her local homeless and transitional shelter. Since they help so many all the time, they are often in need of many items.
See what she donated when she and her children went to drop off their donations here.
Nicole had a friend whose husband had recently lost his job. Knowing the she could do some good for them, she set off to see what she could buy with coupons to help them out.
See what she got here.
When Mariah decided to Coupon for Good, she did with someone very specific in mind. There was someone close to her that was in need, so she decided to help out.
See how she did that here.
Emmi decided it would be fun to buy baby items. Why is it fun? Because she no longer needs baby items in her house, so she enjoyed getting to buy those things again.
See more about her donation here.
Dana decided to put her skills to use for her local Ronald McDonald House. Though she’s not been in need of the services, she imagines it’s a huge help to those that find themselves in that situation.
See her donation here.
It’s easy to just make a donation, but Amanda took the time to learn about her chosen charity. By taking the time to learn, she found out some interesting history on the group she had decided to help.
See what she learned and who she helped here.
Theresa’s local food pantry isn’t open every day. In fact, it’s only open twice a month. So when she was holding on to her donation and waiting, she happened across a donation box set up by the Boy Scouts in her local supermarket. She changed her plan and decided that she would bring some joy to the boys who were trying to help their community as well.
See more of what she gave to them here.