Show How Much You Care This Holiday Season With ShareCrate

Disclosure I received products in exchange for an honest review. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I personally believe will be good for my readers. Since I was 15 I live in a small town in New York where most of my family lived as well. My mom lived in Pennsylvania, but only 11 miles from where we lived. My parents divorced some years ago, however my mom and my family would spend every holiday together. She … [Read more...]

Family of 5 Alkaline Electric’s do the Food Desert Challenge

This post was sponsored by Y-USA as part of an Influencer Activation for Influence Central. When I first learned about the food desert challenge I wondered what my family and I would do if we could not easily get to any grocery store for the best deal or healthier foods. Then I remembered we once were very poor with no car, and the nearest store was 2 to 3 miles away. We took a lot of buses everywhere but mostly did a lot … [Read more...]

Free Diapers For Low-Income Families

Diapers are not a luxury item, they are a basic need low-income families are struggling with. This is a silent crisis with many parents and caregivers who often will find themselves trying to decide whether they should pay for rent, food or diapers. If you or someone you know is in need of diapers, please use our directory,"Free Diapers For Low-Income Families" below to find a diaper bank in your area.  It saddens … [Read more...]

White House Lowering the Price of Diapers for Low-Income Families

On March 10, 2016 the White House says they will help in lowering the price of diapers for low-income families and non profit organizations. Sadly diapers are a basic need many families struggle to afford. Most daycares only allow the child to have disposable diapers, therefor they are not a luxury item. Diaper need is a silent crisis to many face each day. There is also no federal assistance for to help families purchase … [Read more...]

Free Computers For Low-Income Students

Yes it's true, and very possible to get free computers for low-income students. You may have already noticed there are real scams online regarding free computers or laptops. However there are several if not more legitimate programs for which low-income students could qualify for a free computer or laptop. Which I have listed below. These are real programs that offer real cheap or free computers for students.  Being a … [Read more...]

New Children’s Joke Books Raise Funds to Help Families Pay for Child Medical Expenses #UHCCFjokes

Who would've thought just some joke books could spread hundreds of smiles across America? Not only would they bring smiles but also help.    What kind of help you may ask? Well, the United Healthcare Children's Foundation or the UHCCF has collected hundreds of jokes and riddles to create two new joke books available on Amazon for only $5.99. Proceeds from the sales of the books will be used to help fund grants that UHCCF … [Read more...]

Create a Brighter Future with Dollar General

This Back to School season, Dollar General and Unilever are teaming up to create a brighter future for our children by helping to nurture minds and bodies through affordable meal solutions and literacy programs. You can help too! Just head to Dollar General’s Facebook page and share how you plan to help create a brighter future with the hashtag #DGBrightFuture. For every individual who shares how they plan on creating a #DGBrightFuture, … [Read more...]

Lets Help Walmart Fight Hunger And Spark Change! #WeSparkChange #SHOP2GIVE @Walmart #Sponsored

As a participant in this campaign with Walmart, I have received compensation for my time and efforts in creating this post. All thoughts and opinions are my own. Walmart has recently partnered with some of the many favorite food brands we all buy to help fight hunger and feed America.  From now until May 3rd, when you buy a specially marked packages at Walmart, you will help fight hunger. Because purchasing that specially marked … [Read more...]