In our economy today, it is the "thing" to be thrifty it seems. We are always trying to find savings wherever we can and cut corners where we can. I think sometimes we forget that there are others that don't even have the option to cut corners. How can you cut when you never start with anything?
Pampers has a campaign running called "Little Miracles Mission". They had the fabulous mission to Pay-It-Forward within individual communities. They have sent me a $50 gift card to use to help someone in need. They told me I could use it however I saw fit to help someone in need.
Here is how I have chosen to use it. I have a friend from church who works at a local pregnancy resource center. I asked her to find me a mother that has a real need and could be greatly blessed by $50 worth of goods. Here is the story for the family I am supporting.
The family of S (names changed for confidentiality) is a couple who recently had a set of twins and already had 4 children. The father is unemployed and the mother works a part-time job but searching for more employment. They are definitely struggling but are very thankful for what they do have. Unemployment is a hard thing to deal with but the fact that they are trying to do better for themselves makes me happy to help support their efforts and be a blessing to them.
With the $50 I was able to purchase 6 bags of diapers, 2 large packs of wipes and a box of disposable nursing pads for the family. I hope to deliver them this week. I did not purchase Pampers diapers for this family because I got what was the best deal so I could get them the most possible for the money. (Pictures to come.)
I love that Pampers is running this promotion. Babies are a special treasure no matter how they got to this world or what they are like, they are a special little miracle. Here is a wonderful video that Pampers put together to show their mission.
Because Pampers wants to continue their mission, they are offering one of my readers a $50 gift card to Pay-It-Forward as well. Here is what you need to do to win the $50 gift card:
1. Tell me how you would use your $50 gift card.
2. Once I have read and considered all the entries, I will write a post of how the 2nd $50 will be used.
3. Once the winner receives the gift card, they must purchase the items and write a post (if they have a blog and link my blog) or send me an email story about how the $50 was used (so I can make a post).
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