Kids in Crisis is fortunate to have the support of many local businesses and organizations. Consider taking advantage of these special offers and know that your support will directly impact Kids in Crisis.
Enjoy SOLUDE Coffee and Help Kids in Crisis
Need your cup of joe? Try SOLUDE Coffee: SOLUDE Coffee will donate 20% of the purchase price of any coffees ordered through its website directly to Kids in Crisis. Simply register with Kids in Crisis at www.soludecoffee.com/kidsincrisis and every time you order, a donation will be made to Kids in Crisis.
KidCents by Rite Aid
The Rite Aid Foundation’s KidCents program allows Rite Aid customers to round up their purchases to the nearest dollar and donate their change to a general fund that supports kid-focused charities. In addition, wellness+ members can log in to their online wellness+ account at KidCents.com to elect to automatically round up all of their purchases and donate the change to KidCents every time they shop at Rite Aid. Click here to learn more and to register!
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With CommonKindness, you can save money by clipping valuable, free coupons and discover free community services available to you in your local community. Best of all, every time you clip coupons, CommonKindness provides funds to support your favorite charities and causes, including Kids in Crisis - at no cost to you! CommonKindness shares 20% - 66% of funds received with the organizations you select, allowing you to help create a sustainable funding stream for the charities and causes you care about most. To take advantage, become a member of CommonKindness (for no cost) by clicking here, and designate Kids in Crisis as your charity of choice. Then, find and print coupons for great savings!
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