Elmer’s #Bag It Forward-Helping Children in Need

Collective Bias and Elmer’s (as in Elmer’s glue) have joined forces in order to help families in need as the next school year approaches and I couldn’t be happier to be involved in the movement. Elmer’s Bag It Forward provided me with the opportunity to help other children in need by buying school supplies, and it couldn’t have been easier. While I was buying school supplies for my children, I just grabbed a few extra with the intent to donate to children in my community need. It didn’t “cost” me any extra time, made me feel good about doing something positive for someone else.  It even provided my children with the opportunity to learn an important lesson:  we can help make the difference in others lives without much effort, and it feels pretty darn good.

If you are looking for a way to give back, why not “Bag It Forward too? It’s painless and oh-so-rewarding!  Here’s more information:
  • You can participate too by purchasing school items for kids in need & donating them!
  • You can upload photos of the items you Bagged Forward on #Bag It Foward.
Help Elmer’s Help Kids in Need!
Millions of kids go without school supplies every year. Elmer’s is partnering with the Kids In Need Foundation to provide essential school supplies to students who need them the most. For every “like” on the Elmer’s Facebook page through Sept. 1, the company will donate one Elmer’s product. Plus, they will make an additional donation for every unique view the video receives on the Elmer’s Kids In Need tab. Please like the Elmer’s Facebook page, watch the video, and share it with your friends and family. With just one click, you will help a child in need!
*Elmer’s will donate up to 200,000 products for this promotion to the Kids In Need Foundation.

*I purchased a BUNCH of Elmer’s glue sticks, antibacterial wipes, kleenex, pencils, paper, and crayons to #Bag It Forward.

Disclosure:  This project has been compensated as part of a social shopper insights study for Elmer’s #BagItForward #collectivebias” .

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