Last week I shopped at Walmart for a SIMPLE Service Project for Champions for Kids. I picked up some GE Light Bulbs and other supplies to take to Northwest Center for Kids, a child development program that both of my children attend.
Yesterday, I dropped off the donation of energy saving lightbulbs, tissues and baby wipes with their Executive Director, Jane, and then went to visit my daughter in her classroom.
I arrived during snack time and the kids were all sitting at the table eating their bananas. It was very cute. The adorable one in the glasses and striped shirt? That’s my Quincy. I loved knowing my simple donation would make a impact on these kids, whether it was this specific class or another one at Northwest Center for Kids.
When you read my post last week did you decide to do your own SIMPLE Service project? Did you report it back to Champions for Kids? For an organization that helps children, saving money by something as SIMPLE as switching out lightbulbs can make a huge difference. Pennies add up! You can learn even more by clicking on the image below, it will open up into a lesson plan that educators can use.
Want a SIMPLE way to give back? Participate in the GE challenge and submit a nomination of a school or charity to win a $100 WM gift card.
You can make a difference!
Disclosure: As part of my partnership with GE, I received coupons for my GE light bulbs. All opinions posted about my GE Lighting experience are my own.” “I am a member of the Collective Bias™ Social Fabric® Community. This shop has been compensated as part of a social shopper insights study for Collective Bias™ Champions for Kids and GE Lighting #CBias #SocialFabric