Attention Amazon customers. Start the year off right. AmazonSmile will allow you donate Amazon’s money to your favorite nonprofit organization at no cost to you.
Here’s how it works:
1) You go to AmazonSmile and choose a nonprofit from their list of over 1 million nonprofits. Their list is US 501(c)(3) organizations that register with Amazon or are in Guidestar (Guidestar gathers and disseminates information about US nonprofits registered with the IRS). By the way, if you’re a nonprofit you can register here.
2) When you buy something at Amazon, you go through the ...
My wife and I recently realized that we have a lot of stuff collecting dust. Instead of saving it in case we need it in 10 years, why not donate our stuff to people who need it now? We could clean our house and perform an act of kindness for other people.
In case you feel the same way, here is a list of where to donate clothes, furniture, toys, prom dresses, wedding gowns, DVDs, sporting equipment, musical instruments, eyeglasses, cell phones, computers, appliances, furniture, video games, cars and more:
A great way to spend one-and-a-half minutes (that’s what she said). Really, a great short video about a security camera catching heroic, funny and touching moments. Surprisingly, this is a Coke ad. I’m not sure how much soda it will sell, but the video was a great way for me to start the day.
This video previously contained a copyrighted audio track. Due to a claim by a copyright holder, the audio track has been muted.
Too often I take for granted how lucky I am. Among other things, I’m lucky to have been born in this country, which gave me opportunities and freedoms that many people don’t enjoy. What I too often take for granted is only ours because of the many brave people who have served or currently serve in our military.
We can honor our veterans by appreciating our freedoms and by supporting our veterans and active military personnel.
My fabulous freelance web developer, Bart Hook, who is a former Navy man, told me about ...