Not sure where to donate your products? Rita asked friends and family and was informed of a local homeless shelter. She learned about their needs and purchased Tooth Tunes, toothpaste, and school supplies to donate to the children in the shelter. Click here to read Rita’s post.
Not only did Becca Spin Into Action by shopping for toothbrushes, she also picked up school supplies to donate to local drives. This is the perfect time of year for school supply drives, so Becca offered 4 ways you can help local community organizations. Her son helped her purchase the items and bring them to her local food bank. Click here to read Becca’s post.
Kelly was thrilled to have another opportunity to teach her daughter about giving to the community. Before heading to the store, she checked the organization’s website for their wish list items. Her daughter helped to pick out Tooth Tunes, books, coloring books and more. Click here to read Kelly’s post.
Kristen and her husband used to be foster parents. She spun into action by calling local agencies to find out what they were most in need of. Her children helped to pick out toothbrushes, bath items and school supplies. She offered easy tips on how to involve your kids in community service. Click here to read Kristen’s post.
Shannon got her kids involved in the SIMPLE service project by letting them choose the items to be donated. They created summer packs of crafts, toys, toothpaste and toothbrushes. Friends and family also donated items to go to Springs Rescue Mission. Click here to read Shannon’s post.
Emily loves finding ways to involve her kids in community service projects and Spin Into Action was perfect! She and her daughter helped gather donations by trading a popsicle for toothbrushes from neighbors. She also asked her dentist to donate! She then donated all of the items to a local Foster Care facility that definitely needed toothbrushes. Click here to read Emily’s post.
Jamie reached out to a local store to help her gather donations. She left a jar with Spin Into Action info for monetary donations and a box for donations of toothbrushes and toothpastes. She also harnessed the power of Facebook to ask her friends and family to donate! Click here to read Jamie’s post.
As a foster parent, Megan knows firsthand how some kids arrive at their foster homes with only the clothes on their back. She created a bag filled with much needed personal items that kids could take from home to home: toothbrushes, travel pillows, and books in a duffel bag. Click here to read Megan’s post.
Eleanor encouraged kids to creatively express themselves so she purchased Spinbrush My Way! toothbrushes to donate to her local children’s advocacy center. She remembered how important owning a book was when she was a kid so she picked out books as well. Click here to read Eleanor’s post.
Before shopping, Jen reached to a friend who is a foster parent to find out what foster children needed most when coming to a new home. Besides their very own toothbrushes, her friend suggested a special toy or luvvie to call their own. Click here to read Jen’s post.