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Sunday, Nov. 30, 2008
Today's Cool Site...
Cards that give back
With Thanksgiving behind us, it's time to focus on Christmas!
One of the first things most will do is send out Christmas cards. You could head down to the store to buy your cards. Of course, the cards you buy there probably won't be spectacular.
Or, if you have the time and inclination, you can make your own cards. Personally, though, I would rather spend the time decorating my house!
Well, there is a third solution. You could visit CardsThatGive. The premise is simple. You buy Christmas cards. Some or all of the profits benefit charity!
You can browse through the cards to find one that you like. Or, search by charity. You're sure to find one you want to support.
Buying cards through CardsThatGive is a great way to help a charity. It's also a good way to help yourself. Some cards are tax deductible. And all of them are unique!
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