Monday, November 24, 2008

Holiday Gifts that Give Back

'tis the season for Christmas Shopping and the folks at are making the season doubly bright!

This holiday season, send a gift that means an automatic donation to the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society! When you shop at any of over 700 participating online stores through iGive, a portion of each purchase is donated to the fight against blood cancers!
It's free for you, and you pay the same (or less!) than you would by going directly to the store. Shopping online means no wasted gas and no more standing in long lines at the mall.

Save money, save time, and send gifts that give twice. What could be better than that?

Sign up at:

or you can begin shopping and searching by going here:

The best part is it's stores you were probably planning on visiting anyway:

American Eagle Outfitters
Ann Taylor - LOFT
Toys R Us
Best Buy

even TurboTax!

Of course I'm always willing to recieve donations the 'old fashioned' way:

You can visit my fund raising page:

or mail a check made out to the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society to:

Shawn Mueller-Boddy
429 Chase Street
Mountain House, CA 95391

Happy Holidays everyone - I hope you have a blessed Thanksgiving Holiday.


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1 comment:

  1. I've been meaning to leave you a message here for some time now; keep glancing in to see if there's anything new, but never quite get around to post a reply (partly the nature of the medium, I think.)

    Anyway, haven't forgotten about you, and you need to update more often! How's the training going? You must have something to report from it. Come on, I need someone to give me enough fitness guilt to force me into doing something myself. And if not the training, what about life in general?

    Things here in Norway are slow but steady. Got a new job a few months ago and said goodbye to a lot of stress (which is good) and some great coworkers (which is not) -- working as an IT consultant now, or "code gigolo" as some prefer to call it.

    Anyway, can't brain right now; too late in the evening, so I think I'll go find a book or something. Take care, minx, and good luck with the triathlon and dontations.

    The Beardedtroll

    P. S. Nice stripes -- and you _do_ know I'm always only an e-mail away, right? Heck, I'm even on these MSN and Skype thingiemajigs. Didn't have them back when we was young, no sirree. What will they think of next?