Friday, October 14, 2016

Shop for Home Decor at Stores that Give Back to Communities



The next time you want to buy decorations for your home, choose to shop at a home decor company that gives back to its community. Something as simple as shopping at the right store can improve living conditions in your town and around the world. When you decide to buy something for your home, shop from one of the following three home decor suppliers so that you can support companies that give back to their communities.

 

Pottery Barn

 
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Pottery Barn participates in several charitable programs that benefit communities across the globe. World Kindness Day is one of the company's most heartwarming projects. World Kindness Day is all about setting aside your personal concerns to focus on the needs of strangers and loved ones. In 2015, Pottery Barn Kids joined forces with St. Jude to raise money for the St. Jude Children's Research Hospital.

Pottery Barn raises the money by selling plush teddy bears and donating 50 percent of its proceeds to help children. Each bear provides funding for medical research and puts a smile on the face of people who receive the stuffed toys as gifts. Surprise someone you care about and give back to medical research.

You can save money when shopping at Pottery Barn by findingcoupons at the Goodshop website. Discount opportunities are also available at the Pottery Barn Coupons for Good Facebook page.

 

Pier 1 Imports


Pier 1 Imports has given away more than $63 million to philanthropic organizations since 1985. The home decor company has a longstandingrelationship with UNICEF. UNICEF works with disadvantaged children across the world to make sure they have access to reliable education, health care, nutrition, sanitation, and other basic needs.

Pier 1 also supports community efforts at its Tarrant County, Texas, headquarters. Pier 1 Imports supports United Way of Tarrant County and Clothing Closet, a program that gives school uniforms and winter clothing to children in need.

You don't have to pay full price to support Pier 1's efforts. Look forcoupons at the Goodshop website to save money on many of the products you buy at Pier 1.

 

JCPenney


JCPenney, another Texas company based in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, is heavily invested in making North Texas a better place for all people to live. Every year, the company donates $1 million of products to VolunteerNow, an organization that supports North Texas nonprofits. These donations allow nonprofit organizations to save money so that they can serve their North Texas communities.
JCPenney also runs a public charity called JCPenney Cares that partners with groups such as the YMCA, Boys & Girls Clubs of America, No Kid Hungry, and other organizations dedicated to giving children safe, healthy places to live and thrive.

You don't have to spend a lot of money to help home decor companies support charitable activities. In fact, you can save money by using discounts from Coupons for Good. By doing so, you can lower your expenses while making your community a better place to live.
 


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2 comments:

  1. Great ideas! If I could afford to start decorating my home I would check out those stores. Have a fantastic weekend!

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