Deals to help YOU save + give back with their holiday cards {Written by Emilee}

This year, sending holiday cards won’t just spread the festive spirit to your friends and family — it can also raise funds for your favorite cause!

Goodshop.com works with thousands of online retailers, including stores to help you with creating this year’s cards, and donates a percentage of your total purchase back to the cause of your choice.
In the lead up to the holidays, most people are sending cards to their loved ones. There are more than 110,000 causes to choose from on Goodshop and more than $11 million has been donated to date.
To top it off, Goodshop offers the latest deals and coupons to help shoppers save on their holiday shopping!
Here are some deals from stationery stores and other places you can get started on your cards.
My personal favorite is Shutterfly but this year we went with Costco since it was only $14.99 for 50. Here is one of the photos my sister took for our Christmas card. Cassie (my sister who is also apart of this blog) did a fantastic job at taking our photos. She even did some quick edits to make it look perfect. Check out her blog at http://www.pricelesssmile.blogspot.com/. Other photos in her portfolio include baptisms, pregnancy, Grandparents, families, infants, mission, school pictures, seniors. She has a studio in her basement and is quite talented.
And here is what we came up with. Nice and simple!

 

Headquartered in San Francisco, CA, Goodshop makes people feel good about their online shopping. It provides the best coupons and deals at thousands of stores including(Macy’s Coupons, Walgreens Coupon, Harry & David Coupons, Pottery Barn CouponsStaples Coupons, and Expedia Coupons) AND donates a percentage of nearly every purchase back to the shopper’s favorite charity.  The family of sites include Goodshop.com, the shopping and coupons/deals portal; the Goodshop app for iPhone & iPad; and Goodsearch.com, a Yahoo!-powered search engine. Launched in 2006, the Goodshop family of sites has raised more than $11 million for its participating causes to date.

 

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