One of my biggest fears in creating Kids Boost was becoming “that girl.” You know the one… the girl who is always asking for something or the girl who talks about nothing but one thing. So I try to find the balance of when to post, how to ask for support, how to get kids excited and so forth… but all in a way that doesn’t drive you guys crazy. I am also very aware that money is tight for most people. Shoot… I don’t have an extra penny to my name at this moment but I sure do love to find ways to help others. So I wanted to share some quick, easy and FREE ways that you can support Kids Boost.
1. “Like” us on Facebook. Ask your Facebook friends to do the same.
2. Do you ever shop on Amazon? If so, did you know that you can sign up on Amazon Smile and they will donate a portion of proceeds back to Kids Boost if you choose us as your designated charity. It doesn’t cost a penny and there is no difference between this and regular Amazon or Amazon Prime. All you have to do is click here to get started… https://smile.amazon.com/ch/47-
3. Follow us on Instagram @kidsboost
4. Follow us on Twitter @Kids_Boost
5. Register your Kroger card for Community Rewards and choose Kids Boost as your recipient. Kroger will donate a portion of sales back to Kids Boost. Yep, more free money for us! All you have to do is go to www.krogercommunityrewards.com and register your card. If you do not know your card number, just call 800-576-4377 and choose option 4 to get your card number.
6. Spread the word for us! Do you know kids between the ages of 8 -18 who may want to give back to the community? Do you have friends who may want to get involved? Please post something on Facebook, shoot a text or tell people about Kids Boost in your next meeting, bible study or girls night. Have them check out the website at www.kidsboost.org to learn more.
7. Do you have connections? Can you share them with us? We are always looking for resources to boost our events and fundraisers. We could use your gifts and talents to do great things in the world. Be creative… I am pretty confident that I can turn your connections into great things.
So, thank you for allowing me to be “that girl” for a minute. But please know that “this girl” sure does appreciate your time and support.