Saturday, November 29, 2008

Shopping for Soldiers' Angels

From my email:
Dear Angels,

This year, you can do your Holiday shopping and support Soldiers' Angels without paying even one cent extra!

Please do all of your online shopping through, where a percentage of each order made at hundreds of stores will be donated to Soldiers' Angels (you don't pay anything extra!).

More than 700 top retailers including Amazon, Target, Gap, and others have teamed up with GoodShop and every time you place an order, you'll be supporting the troops! Just go to, select Soldiers' Angels as your charity, and start shopping at your favorite stores.

And, remember to use, the Yahoo-powered search engine, for all of your web searches and Soldiers' Angels will receive a penny every time you do a search!!

You can use GoodSearch and GoodShop every day, but be sure to check us out on their homepages on Sunday, November 23, when we'll be featured as the Charity of the Day!

Happy shopping!

Wingtip to Wingtip,


Sorry I didn't get this posted before SA was featured. But it's not too late, unless you're one of those odd people who has their Christmas shopping done in July. (But if you are, don't you have a friend whose birthday is in May you haven't shopped for yet?) Of course, you can use GoodShop all year 'round.

You can also show some love for Soldiers' Angels if you're looking for good beef jerky by shopping at House of Jerky. They have teamed up for "Operation Beef Jerky" where they donate $10 to Soldiers' Angels whenever you buy from the "Jerky for Soldiers' Angels" page. And I have it on good authority they make some great jerky.

And don't forget the Angel Store for all your favorite Angel Gear!

(If you're one of those people who doesn't really need anything for Christmas this year, consider asking your loved ones if they might donate jerky through House of Jerky or send one of the many items at the Soldiers' Angels Store that can be sent to "ANY Hero". It's a win-win situation. You don't wind up with another fruitcake and a soldier gets a surprise in the mail.)

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