January 29, 2013

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CommonKindness: Printable coupons that give back

Have you checked out www.CommonKindness.com, the new free printable grocery coupon site that gives a full 20% of the fees it receives from the brands to America’s struggling nonprofit organizations. Coupon users get to pick which nonprofit--from the ASPCA to a local nonprofit like a library fund or public school's parent teacher organization (PTO)--receives funds.

CommonKindness was founded by 27 year old Sarah Schloemer, who is working to help America's noble nonprofit organizations, whose budgets have been hit hard by the prolonged economic downturn. She is supported by Andrew Martin, the founding chairman of successful brands like Annie's Macaroni and Cheese and Smartfood Popcorn.


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