Save1.com is a new company with the slogan "Save Money! Save Lives!". To save money and lives you simply redeem any of their merchant coupons and when the sale is made a portion is given to organizations that feed the hungry. Hungry CHILDREN that is.
Save1 explains that everyday 17,000 children die from hunger. Everyday. Save1 is fighting to make a difference and they have come up with a way that allows people to give by saving. Give to feed the hungry by saving money? I know, it seems too easy, and it is. All you have to do is use a coupon found on the Save1 website http://www.Save1.com, purchase what you were going to buy anyway and a portion of that sale goes to feeding hungry children.
Save1 just started working to feed the hungry children in October and they have already helped feed over 86,000 children. You can learn about their feeding partners here, some of which are Action Against Hunger and Project Peanut Butter.
Save1 has thousands of merchant coupons - think Walmart, OldNavy, Lands End, Home Depot, Target, etc. At their website you can sign up for their newsletter, browse categories of stores or simply search for a store coupon. Get the coupon code or click on that specific link and you are good to go! Make your purchase and hungry children are fed!
To feed the hungry, Save1 makes it easy, by allowing you to just change the way you shop. Use a coupon from Save1 and help feed hungry children. We can all make a difference in a variety of ways and this one allows us to make a difference by doing what we already do.....shop! Way to go to the Joy and Todd Smith and Family that started the company after traveling the world and seeing the devastating effects of poverty and malnutrition. Learn more about the company and their high level of integrity here.
Join us and get your coupons through Save1.com and help feed the hungry! Please comment regarding this post and share with others!!
P.S. On another note, Todd Smith is a very successful Unicity franchise owner. So successful, that he is retired from the business. It is an honor to know Todd and I am so proud of the work he and his family are doing!