CouponSurfer and CommonKindness Bring New Deals and Ways to Be Kind to Shoppers

CouponSurfer now features special CommonKindness grocery offers that empower its audience to make charitable contributions while saving money.

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CommonKindness and Coupon Surfer are partnering to help shoppers save money and help others.

Our partnership with CommonKindness extended our program one step further, by making it easy for shoppers to support their favorite nonprofit as they save money. They feel really great when they can get a great deal and help others at the same time.

San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) March 09, 2013

CommonKindness (http://www.CommonKindness.com) and CouponSurfer (http://www.CouponSurfer.com) today announced a new collaboration that gives deal-seekers more opportunities to save money for their families while helping support their favorite nonprofit organizations.

The partnership is a natural fit, according to CommonKindness president Sarah Schloemer. She says that while helping shoppers save money for their families is top priority, both companies also believe helping others and promoting kindness have equal importance.

“CouponSurfer has developed an excellent program where nearly two million sophisticated shoppers go to save money for their families,” said Schloemer. “Our partnership empowers CouponSurfer shoppers to spread kindness by generating funds for their favorite charities when they take advantage of CommonKindness offers. It’s a great deal for everyone.”

CommonKindness promotions on the Coupon Surfer website let the consumer select which nonprofit will receive a contribution. The size of the recipient can range from small to large, local to national—from a local food bank to the Red Cross. The only criteria is that the charity must be a 501(c)(3) organization.

“Our members love to save money," said CouponSurfer CEO Adam Schwartz. “Our partnership with CommonKindness extended our program one step further, by making it easy for shoppers to support their favorite nonprofit as they save money. They feel really great when they can get a great deal and help others at the same time."

How to Use CommonKindness Coupons
To use printable grocery coupons, shoppers simply select the coupons they want, print them out, and head to the store. Twenty percent of the coupon distribution fee will be donated to the nonprofit group of the shopper’s choice for each CommonKindness coupon redeemed at the cash register.

“CouponSurfer and CommonKindness know coupon users care,” said Schloemer. “Together, we are empowering an expanded audience to make donations while doing something they love doing—saving money.”

About CouponSurfer.com
With nearly two million members, CouponSurfer.com is a leading provider of digital coupons, including printable Internet grocery coupons. Since 1998, the Bedford, Massachusetts-based website has helped Americans save money when they shop by offering top brand coupons for groceries, clothing, gifts, shopping, toys, travel, and other products and services.

To learn more, go to CouponSurfer.com or call (781) 687-9616 x105

About CommonKindness.com
CommonKindness.com is the new free coupon website that operates on the principle of kindness and aims to benefit consumers, nonprofit organizations, and brands. CommonKindness is revolutionizing the online coupon industry by eliminating coupon loading and change costs, charging brands only for coupons redeemed, and donating 20 percent of revenues to nonprofit organizations of each shopper’s choice.

To learn more, go to CommonKindness.com or call (415) 729-9658.


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