There are no shortages of opportunities to bless someone, even when our budgets are tight. I follow several “freebie and sample sites” and have a link to them on my home page.
With these free sites, you can send a care package to a soldier or missionary family, get items to donate to your local homeless shelter or food pantry, or simply put a basket of goodies together for a friend who needs encouragement – all for free.
Here are a few of the samples and freebies available right now on these sites, you can just select those that you are interested in by visiting the sites and creating a free account:
Excedrin- free bottle plus coupon, John Frieda – full size Root Awakening product, Office Depot – 25 free copies with coupon, Skype- up to 30 minutes of free world-wide calls, Quaker Life Soft Baked bars – free sample, Kashi – free sample, Emergen-C – free sample, Pampers Under Jams – free sample, Graco Lite-Up Clippers for baby, and a free pack of Hot Tamales candy.
There are several sites to choose from. Here is the link to view them. Each one will send you a separate email with the freebies that are available. You can always “unsubscribe” anytime.
In addition to the freebie websites that I list on my homepage, here are just a few that I put on my Facebook page that would also make great donations: “Like” me on Facebook HERE and you will get these up to the minute freebies that often don’t make it into a blog post.
Sears – shoes for as low as $2.00 with free shipping, Children’s Place Clothing –clearance items for as low as 99 cents, Kmart & Sears Wonderkids clothing brands with items under $3 dollars,a free $20 tin of Mrs. Field’s Cookies- who wouldn’t be blessed by that?
$10 off a $10 purchase offers have become easy to find. I found them at JC Penney’s, Kohl’s, Discount Shoe Warehouse, the Limited, and Famous Footwear. You can use these for your family or pick up a free item and donate it. Subscribe to get my free emails and you can grab these free deals too!
Save more and give back from our surplus is the goal at More With Less Today.