Easy Way to Raise Money for Your Kid’s School
Sometimes giving back feels like a chore, but it doesn’t have to. I recently came across Kellogg’s Family Rewards Giving, which allows you to donate to schools and charities with nothing more than a computer and products you probably already have around the house.
Kellogg’s new loyalty program only requires that you peek inside the box of participating products (like Special K, Mini-Wheats, and Nutrigrain granola bars) and type in the code online. Kellogg’s then sends you a donation code you can use to give donations of $1 or $5 to the school or charity you care about. From a typical grocery order, you may be able to donate a couple of dollars a month.
Kellogg’s partners include Feeding America, Action for Healthy Kids, American Red Cross, Share Our Strength, United Way, Food Research and Action Center and more than 120,000 schools. If you don’t see your child’s school on the list, talk to the principal about getting your school involved.
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