Couponing for Good: Champions for Kids

By March 13, 2012Featured Posts

Do you use coupons? If you are like me, and don’t use coupons as much as you should, I have a little project to tell you about that might just interest you!

The folks at All You Magazine have teamed up with Champions for Kids, to help provide training and resources to improve the lives of children in communities across America and beyond. All You is challenging you to use your couponing skills to find great deals on clothes, food, hygiene products, school supplies, books, and games for children. Pick up these extra items at a discount or buy-one-get-one-free, and donate the items to an organization in your community that serves children.

My son’s school is collecting items for children in need, so I decided to help them, clip some coupons and see how much I can save and donate.

I headed to Walmart and bought the current All You Magazine, gathered up some coupons I had at home and also printed some online. I had several that were for free products. Quite awhile back I signed up for a daily email from All You Samples. I don’t have small children, but knew that the Beech Nut coupon for free product would come in handy at some point…sure enough it is!

AND…did you know that Walmart matches other stores ads? To maximize your savings even more, take a look at the current store ads, match them up with coupons and head to the store.

I flipped through the All You Magazine {which by the way, also has great recipes and craft projects} and found several that I could use this trip. And look…the coupons in this issue total $78.74! Wow!

Stay tuned to see what I buy and donate! Would you like to help a community in your area? Here’s what you should do…

  1. Gather up your coupons, print some online, clip from the Sunday paper…whatever you prefer
  2. Make a list and head to Walmart
  3. Use your coupons to save you money
  4. Donate your items to a charity in your community to help children

Check out all the money we saved on great items to donate. Google+ Story

This shop has been compensated as part of a social shopper insights study for Collective Bias. As always, the opinions are my own. #CBias

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