I am sorry for the numerous amounts of Christmas articles we have been churning out. What can we say, we take Christmas very seriously?
While it is all about getting presents and digging into turkeys and log cakes, it is also about giving presents, especially to those who are less fortunate.
While we might complain about how we are constantly broke or how everything is far too expensive, just take a step back and think about those who don’t even have a roof over their head.
For those who have no clue on how to go about donating—fret not.
You can do your part by getting a cup of joe at Starbucks.
As part of their Christmas Open House, Starbucks is having 50% off all Christmas drinks on 7 Dec from 5 P.M. to 7 P.M.
Here comes the donating part—100% of what you pay will go directly to The Salvation Army!
Do take note that this is limited to one redemption per person and while stocks last.
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This article was first published on goodyfeed.com
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