We have all seen and heard about the horrible state that Japan is in right now because of the earthquake and the tragedy that the country and all of it’s people are facing. Being a couponer donating things like toothpaste and canned goods is a great way to help them. Swgabucks has also teamed up with All Hands Volunteers to help them. You can donate Swagbucks that you have earned to go towards helping Japan.
From Now until April 8, 2011 you can donate as many Swagbucks as you would like to by head on over here
How our Swag Buck donations will be turned in to cash:
10,000,000 SB = $100,000.00
7,500,000 SB = $73,750.00
5,000,000 SB = $47,500.00
2,500,000 SB = $23,250.00
1,500,000 SB = $13,750.00
1,000,000 SB = $9,000.00
750,000 SB = $6,375.00
500,000 SB = $4,050.00
250,000 SB = $1,925.00
200,000 SB = $1,500.00
135,000 SB = $1,000.00
68,000 SB = $500.00
If you are not a member of Swagbucks I highly recommend it also right now Swagbucks is also giving NEW members 50 Swagbucks in addition to the 30 Swagbucks you get when you sign up if they use the code HelpJapan So right now you will get 80 Swagbucks just for signing up!
Swagbucks is one of my favorite ways to help me save money. If you are new to Swagbucks it is something I can tell you is easy to do and you will love it very quickly. You earn a digital dollar by searching online, polls, surveys, codes and many other ways that you can cash in for prizes. My favorite prize is the $5 Amazon.com Gift card that is just 450 Swagbucks (which is very doable in a month if not less!)
Head on over to Swagbucks and sign up and donate(if you want to of course) a few Swagbucks to help those in need!
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