Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) April 23, 2011
My Grocery Spy announces a new partnership with Save a Smile Foundation to raise funds for the Atlanta based non-profit while helping consumers save money on groceries.
According to Lawrence Peterson, Founder of My Grocery Spy, "We are so fortunate to have Save a Smile on board with us to raise awareness throughout the community on how to save money on groceries, but more importantly, we're excited about raising the bar in support of the foundation."
According to Save a Smile Founder Bruce Patterson, "The partnership with My Grocery Spy dot com will increase awareness and understanding of the second most common birth defect in the U.S. and raise funds that give these children and their families an opportunity to smile. We chose My Grocery Spy.com as a fund-raising tool because in this economy, everyone wants to save money and this service will definitely provide that benefit."
My Grocery Spy dot com is a New Tool to Save Money at the Grocery Store.
This amazing website monitors your favorite grocery stores and shows you where each store stands on their weekly prices, and not just the flier prices. At the click of a mouse, you can find grocery deals anytime you want to shop. Then you can print out your personalized shopping lists or have it sent to your cell phone 24/7.
Research about My Grocery Spy confirms an average 35% in grocery savings per week. (Even without coupons). If coupons are included, members can make the coupons worth even more by using them on that item's lowest price point. To participate in the worthwhile fund raiser, sign up at My Grocery Spy dot com and use SAVEASMILE in the promotion code box.
More About The Save a Smile Foundation
Founded in 2008 by Bruce Patterson, Save a Smile engages in a wide range of activities in the community to not only build awareness about cleft and palate defect, but also to raise funds in an effort to eliminate this birth defect. In the process, Save A Smile provides assistance to families who are facing related emotional and financial challenges. Learn more about this important cause at Save a Smile foundation dot org
The Save A Smile Foundation is a non-profit organization dedicated to helping children with cleft lip and palate craniofacial defects. One in 700 newborns are affected by these birth defects, second only to heart murmur. The average child undergoes 18 surgeries before the age of 18, not to mention speech and other therapies, with average expenses of four million dollars, much of it not covered by even the best insurance. Children in families from all walks of life in the U.S. are affected by these disorders, not just children in third - world countries who are often helped by other foundations.
Save A Smile Supports Children's Healthcare of Atlanta which started Camp Courage to provide an enjoyable get-away and much-needed opportunity for young patients with craniofacial issues to meet others with similar medical conditions. Many Children's Healthcare of Atlanta employees and community volunteers will spearhead programs and activities throughout the camp to address issues such as self-esteem and personal confidence.
Larry Peterson (My Grocery Spy)
Bruce Patterson (Save a Smile Foundation)
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