Everyone needs gentle reminders from time to time about the importance of kindness and helping others. Our Partners in Kindness are being honored for their extremely valuable work of spreading kindness and inspiring people in their community.
San Francisco,. CA (PRWEB) August 15, 2013
On Valentines Day of 2013, CommonKindness launched its Partner in Kindness Program to honor bloggers for their incredible work and for spreading a message to their community about values such as kindness. Since the launch of this program, there have been hundreds of submissions from the savings, non-profit, frugal living and coupon blog community.
Monthly award recipients are selected for their kind words and messages about kindness, such as the importance of kindness or an example of kindness. The mission of this program, much like the mission of CommonKindness, is to spread kindness in every community and to help others.
Award recipients receive feature placement in CommonKindness’ social media, blog, newsletter and on the Partner in Kindness page of the CommonKindness website, along with a badge of honor to proudly carry on their own websites.
"Everyone needs gentle reminders from time to time about the importance of kindness and helping others. Our Partners in Kindness are being honored for their extremely valuable work of spreading kindness and inspiring people in their community," said Sarah Schloemer, president of CommonKindness.
CommonKindness.com is the printable grocery coupon website that generates funds for coupon clippers’ favorite non-profits and is spreading kindness in every community.
CommonKindness is proud to introduce all Partner in Kindness Award Recipients to date, through kind and inspirational excerpts of the best blog posts:
"Everyone knows it's important to be kind to yourself but it's just as important to be kind to others. We know that all you, our Discount Queens family, care about being kind to others too! Showing a little kindness can be as simple as holding the door open for someone."
"I'm always saying it's our responsibility as coupon users to pay it forward whenever possible. For example, freebies we get as samples and while couponing, the ones we don't really want or need, should be donated to senior centers, homeless shelters, and food pantries."
"I know most of us want to be able to help out, and with my couponing I make sure I donate items I purchase that I won’t use to those in need."
"I support a hospital that is literally 6 blocks from my house by having my donations go to their health foundation to help buy life saving equipment and other needs for healthcare in MY OWN community! I love it!"
"I’ve support Rocking Horse Ranch Therapeutic Riding Program. It feels good to know that even in these difficult financial times I can help provide someone with a better quality of life just by printing a coupon."
"People are seeking simple ways to save money. Our families aren’t the only ones struggling. The non-profit organizations that do so much to support our local communities are struggling to raise money. Businesses are struggling to maintain their sales and provide jobs while keeping prices at a competitive level. CommonKindness has created a unique business model – a sustainable partnership between people, the charities they care about and businesses."
To read the full posts, visit: http://www.CommonKindness.com/contest/partners-in-kindness
Many savvy-saving coupon bloggers dedicate their daily lives to helping their audience find ways to save money for their families using tips, deals and coupons. Many are busy moms, who began using coupons in an effort to save money for their own family and have expanded their efforts to helping others do the same. This is also a way for them to give back or pay it forward to others.
The Partner in Kindness Award Program is an ongoing program with a recipient selected on the 14th of each month. Submissions are accepted on an ongoing basis.
CommonKindness is the new free grocery coupon website that operates on the principle of kindness and benefits consumers, non-profit organizations, and brands. CommonKindness is revolutionizing the online coupon industry by eliminating coupon loading and change costs, charging brands only for coupons redeemed, and giving 20 percent of revenues to non-profit organizations of the shopper’s choice.
To learn more, go to CommonKindness.com or call (415) 729-9658.