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Gift Box made of Cinnamon that contains Cinnamon!

October 27th, 2014 · No Comments · Developing Areas, World Vision

Here’s a fantastic gift for the cook in your life. World Vision has this wonderful round wood box that measures about 3 inches by 3.5 inches. It’s a solid wood box carved out of the bark of the Cassia tree. It’s round and comes with a lid (also made of Cassia bark) that you can pop on and off. […]

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The Give Back Box – A Convenient Way to Donate by Mail

April 21st, 2014 · No Comments · Goodwill Industries

Well, April 15 has come and gone. One thing that Uncle Sam lets us do is to write-off donations to charity. Now I’ll start this post off by the usual disclaimers that I’m not a tax expert and you need to consult your tax advisor on any of this stuff. That said, one thing I’ve […]

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World Vision Gift Catalog and Thoughts on Giving

December 3rd, 2013 · 1 Comment · World Vision

Young men in our society often get a bad rap, and sadly, there’s a reason for this. The young punks who go around committing crimes, assaulting people, bullying people, acting out in self-centered and selfish ways, and being general nuisances and burdens to society are the ones we and the news media notice. But a […]

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Get reward points for things you do every day

October 22nd, 2013 · No Comments · American Red Cross, Ronald McDonald House

If you list out things that you do every day, there are bound to be a couple things on the list: Watch TV Use a search engine What would you say if I told you that you could earn actual money by doing these things, and that this money could be donated to great charities? […]

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The Best Radio to Have When the Power Goes Out – Eton's FRX3

October 16th, 2013 · No Comments · American Red Cross

Last year during Hurricane Sandy, all of the power on Long Island went out for weeks. Now I thought I had been prepared, and had about 30 AA batteries charged, thinking that would be enough to allow me to charge my phone, power on a radio, and power my flashlights. All the batteries were drained […]

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NOMOS Glashutte Watches that help Doctors Without Borders

October 4th, 2013 · No Comments · Developing Areas, Doctors Without Borders

This stunning watch is one of two special edition watches released by NOMOS Glashütte to support Doctors Without Borders. The watch comes in two sizes with a diameter of either 33mm or 38mmm, and both watches are limited to a production of only 1,000 watches. NOMOS Glashütte first released a limited edition watch in March […]

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Getting an iPhone 5s? Give a little more to (PRODUCT) RED

September 20th, 2013 · No Comments · (PRODUCT) Red, Apple

If you’re an Apple fan, you probably know by now that the new iPhone 5s launches today! I’ve been stuck with my 4s for years, so I’m one of those who jumped at the chance to upgrade. The iPhone 5s comes in three gorgeous colors: “Space Grey” (their fancy word for “black”), Silver, and Gold. […]

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Help the USO this Independence Day with this great deal from LivingSocial

July 3rd, 2013 · No Comments · USO, Veterans and Military

LivingSocial is back with a great deal that’ll help the USO, and I’ll give you a little secret on how to make the deal even sweeter. Go to LivingSocial and click “Deals”. You’ll see the deals for your local area. On the top of the page, you’ll see a menu that says “all deals”, “restaurants”, […]

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Feed USA – Great new products are out of the Bag! #FEEDUSA

June 27th, 2013 · 1 Comment · Target, UN World Food Programme

Back in 2007, one of the most popular posts on this blog was our introduction to FEED USA, where Lauren Bush helped introduce a simple reusable cloth shopping bag made of burlap, the same kind of material the UN used to deliver food to children around the world. Nowadays, you see reusable shopping bags all over, […]

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Tie-Dyed Roses in Red, White and Blue or any color of the rainbow.

November 4th, 2012 · No Comments · USO, Veterans and Military

A bouquet of flowers is still one of the most romantic and meaningful gifts you can give. Receiving a bouquet of flowers is a thrilling moment, and the roses can brighten a desk or house for weeks. Admittedly, it gets a little old to give the same red roses year after year. Which is why […]

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