Kiss My Face Coupons Offer Holiday Shoppers a Feel-Good Way to Fund Charities

Kiss My Face Coupons

Shoppers who purchase luxurious Kiss My Face moisture shave and hair care products using CommonKindness.com coupons save money and help fund their favorite cause. Kiss My Face products are available at most Whole Foods Markets and other fine retailers, and are the perfect addition to a personalized holiday gift basket.

CommonKindness.com has launched printable coupons for Kiss My Face moisture shave and hair care products on its online coupon gallery. Along with other CommonKindness coupons, each Kiss My Face coupon that is redeemed at the register saves the shopper money and generates funds for the nonprofit organization of their choice.

“A kiss on the face is an expression of appreciation and kindness, and is the perfect name for Kiss My Face, a company that has worked hard to promote kindness and appreciation—especially in areas of the world torn by strife,” said CommonKindness president Sarah Schloemer. “We are very excited to offer Kiss My Face coupons on CommonKindness.”

Kiss My Face operates on principles of responsible leadership and altruism, said Schloemer. The company gives 10 percent of the proceeds from the sale of its Castile Peace Soap to Seeds of Peace, an organization committed to bringing peace to the world.

Guided by the philosophy that “treaties are negotiated by governments; peace is made by people,” Seeds of Peace has set the standard in international peace-building since 1993. The 501(c)3 nonprofit organization provides exceptional young people and educators from regions of conflict with an otherwise impossible opportunity to meet their historic adversaries face-to-face at its International Camp in Maine.

Seeds of Peace

Seeds of Peace offers year-round programs that focus on the core leadership capacities needed to advance peace. There are now over 5,000 “Seeds” and educators from 27 countries proving that solutions exist, peace is possible, and there is reason to have hope for a better future.

Kiss My Face founders Bob Macleod and Steve Byckiewicz encourage CommonKindness shoppers to consider choosing Seeds of Peace as their designated nonprofit organization when registering on the coupon website. Shoppers just go to CommonKindness.com, fill in the easy sign-up form, and designate their favorite nonprofit from the user-friendly directory.

Shoppers simply select their printable grocery coupons for Kiss My Face products and many other items they typically use or wish to try, print them out, and head to the store. Twenty percent of the coupon distribution fee is given to the nonprofit group of the shopper’s choice for each CommonKindness coupon they redeem at the cash register.

About Kiss My Face

Kiss My Face supplies the world with natural, effective, and animal cruelty-free personal care and beauty products. Founded over 30 years ago by Bob Macleod and Steve Byckiewicz on a 200-acre farm in New York’s scenic Hudson River Valley, Kiss My Face makes luxurious and moisturizing hair care products, shaving crème (moisture shave), sunscreens, and toothpaste.

To learn more, go to http://kissmyface.com or call (877) 712-9992.

About CommonKindness.com

CommonKindness.com is the new online grocery coupon site that operates on the principle of kindness and aims to benefit consumers, nonprofit organizations, and brands. CommonKindness is revolutionizing the online coupon industry by eliminating coupon loading and change costs, charging brands only for coupons redeemed, and donating 20% of its revenue to nonprofit organizations chosen by CommonKindness shoppers.

To learn more, go to http://CommonKindness.com or call (415) 729-9658.

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Pyure Stevia Coupons from CommonKindness: A Sweet Deal for Everyone

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Every Pyure Organic Stevia purchase using a discount coupon from http://www.CommonKindness.com earns a donation for the shopper’s favorite nonprofit organization.

Money-saving coupons for high quality, all-natural, organic, and sugar-free stevia sweetener by Pyure are now available from CommonKindness.com, the free online grocery coupon leader. The sweetest part of the deal is that each Pyure coupon redeemed generates funds for the coupon shopper’s favorite charity.

“Pyure is widely recognized for its high quality, excellent-tasting stevia products,” said Sarah Schloemer, president of CommonKindness. “We are very excited to welcome Pyure to the growing list of CPG companies helping customers fund their favorite causes with money-saving CommonKindness coupons.”

The Pyure Promise
Pyure integrates humanitarian and earth-friendly policies and practices at every step of its supply chain and production process. In addition, Pyure donates a portion of its proceeds to diabetes education and other social and environmental causes chosen by customers. Partnering with CommonKindness to promote sustainable funding for nonprofits is another way Pyure fulfills the Pyure Promise to help improve the world.

Pyure Advantages
Pyure extracts steviol glycosides—the sweet-tasting compounds in the stevia plant—from the sweetest, purest part of the stevia leaf. Unlike other stevia producers that use whatever stevia species is available at the time of manufacturing, Pyure extracts its stevia from a single species, ensuring that each batch of Pyure Stevia is of the same exceptional taste and free of any lingering bitterness. This consistent attention to high quality has made Pyure the premier choice of consumers and commercial formulators.

Pyure Organic Stevia
Sugar-free, calorie-free, Pyure Organic Stevia is blended with organic agave inulin fiber for “super fiber” prebiotic properties that promote complete intestinal health.

“Because our products do not induce a glycemic response when ingested, they have gained widespread use among those living with diabetes or maintaining low-carbohydrate diets,” said Pyure spokesperson Chelsey Jones.

Jones also notes that Pyure Organic Stevia is kosher-certified and organic-certified by Organic National and International Certifiers (ON&IC). “For an increasing number of people, Pyure Organic Stevia is the perfect sugar-free sweetener,” said Jones.

To start using Pyure stevia coupons, go to CommonKindness.com, fill in the easy sign-up form, and designate your favorite nonprofit from the user-friendly directory. Then select Pyure and other printable grocery coupons for items you typically use or want to try, print them, and head to the store.

For each Pyure coupon redeemed, CommonKindness will donate 20% of its distribution fee to a nonprofit group of the shoppers’ choice.

About CommonKindness.com
CommonKindness.com is the new online grocery coupon site that operates on the principle of kindness and aims to benefit consumers, nonprofit organizations, and brands. CommonKindness is revolutionizing the online coupon industry by eliminating coupon loading and change costs, charging brands only for coupons redeemed, and donating 20% of its revenue to nonprofit organizations chosen by CommonKindness shoppers.

To learn more, go to http://CommonKindness.com or call (415) 887-9537.

About Pyure
Established in 2008, Pyure Brands—one of the largest and fastest-growing independent stevia companies in America—is on a mission to help people live a healthier lifestyle without sacrificing taste. Pyure Brands produces the best-tasting all-natural and organic stevia products on the market, and the most thoroughly tested for flavor and consistency.

To learn more, go to http://www.pyuresweet.com or call (305) 509-5096.

The Ginger People Coupons Help Nonprofits

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All-natural ginger in products from The Ginger People pack taste pizzazz and a host of health benefits that range from calming an upset stomach to boosting the immune system. Five new coupons from CommonKindness.com help ginger fans save money at the grocery checkout while funding their favorite nonprofit organizations.

The Ginger People is giving fans of the bright and zingy Asian spice more reasons to try their healthful ginger products, with five new money-saving coupons downloadable from the free online grocery coupon leader CommonKindness (www.commonkindness.com). Every coupon redeemed saves customers money on their coupon purchases, while generating funds for the nonprofit organizations of their choice.

“Ginger is widely used as a spice and as an ingredient in many food and medicinal items all around the world—including my own household,” said Sarah Schloemer, president of CommonKindness. “The Ginger People and their innovative products are perfect additions to the CommonKindness family of like-minded companies working to improve the world one coupon at a time.”

All-natural ginger-based products from The Ginger People are available in many surprising forms, including low-calorie ginger candies, ginger syrup, ginger spread, sweet chili sauce, and a liquid ginger soother—good in mixed adult beverages and as a hangover cure the next morning.

“We are very pleased to partner with CommonKindness, inviting people to try our inventive ginger products, rewarding our loyal customers with savings, and helping them support their favorite charities,” said The Ginger People spokesperson Melissa Cruz. “Everyone is a winner.”

The Ginger People are offering coupons for the following five products:

Gin Gins Original Chewy Ginger Candies (aka Original Ginger Chews) 
Surprisingly and satisfyingly spicy—and known as the only candy that bites back—Gin Gins are America’s best-selling ginger candy and the winner of the Fiery Food Association’s Scovie Award for “Best Candy.” With their queasy-quelling properties, Gin Gins are great for fending off nausea while flying, boating, or driving on a winding road trip.

Containing 10% fresh ginger – more than any other ginger candy = Gin Gins are also great as a healthy snack to help support losing weight or quitting smoking.

Ginger Soother Tonic

Ginger contains over 25 powerful antioxidants and is known to help relieve sore throat pain and headaches, warm internal organs, and ease nausea—including sea sickness. Many use The Ginger People Ginger Soother as a tonic to treat colds and flus, as a mixer for innovative drinks, and—ironically—as a remedy for hangovers.

Ginger Soother cocktail hour libations include:

Organic Ginger Syrup 

Something new to spice things up at the breakfast table, The Ginger People Organic Ginger Syrup is a kicky alternative to traditional pancake syrup or agave sweetener for coffee or tea. It also adds a unique twist to many recipes.

Suggested servings:

  •     Flavor sparkling water to create a tasty non-alcoholic beverage.
  •     Add it to warm water (and brandy if you please) as a soothing nightcap.
  •     Glaze roasted carrots, chicken, pumpkin, and yams.
  •     Top ice cream for an unusual and interesting dessert.

Ginger Spread 
Sweetened ginger served with aged Gouda has been a traditional hors d’oeuvre in Holland for centuries. The Ginger People now bring this flavor treat to America. Ginger Spread is made from young stem ginger that is steeped in cane sugar syrup and ground to a fine paste.

Suggested servings:

  •     Layer Ginger Spread onto thin slices of pear and aged Gouda, Manchego, or Cheddar cheese for an impressive yet simple appetizer.
  •     Swirl Ginger Spread through yogurt, crème fraîche, cream cheese, or whipped cream.
  •     Spread over toast, crumpets, or scones.
  •     Spoon into a warm bowl of oatmeal.
  •     Add to a fruit smoothie.
  •     Lace through a fresh fruit salad.

Sweet Chili Sauce 
Inspired by the spice markets of the Far East, The Ginger People’s Sweet Ginger Chili sauce combines the flavors of sweet red peppers with the heat of ginger and chilies.

Suggested servings:

  •     Drizzle over grilled jumbo prawns, crab cakes, burgers, or salmon.
  •     Glaze roasted chicken and pork chops.
  •     Serve as a dipping sauce with spring rolls and pot stickers.
  •     Blend with cream cheese to create a simple yet sensational topping.

To find and use coupons for The Ginger People snacks, go to CommonKindness.com, fill in the easy sign-up form, then designate your favorite nonprofit from the user-friendly directory. Then select printable grocery coupons for items you typically use or want to try, print them, and head to the store.

For each coupon shoppers redeem, CommonKindness will donate 20% of its distribution fee to nonprofit groups of the shoppers’ choice.

About CommonKindness
CommonKindness is the new online grocery coupon site that operates on the principle of kindness and aims to benefit consumers, nonprofit organizations, and brands. CommonKindness is revolutionizing the online coupon industry by eliminating coupon loading and change costs, charging brands only for coupons redeemed, and donating 20% of its revenue to nonprofit organizations chosen by CommonKindness shoppers.

To learn more, go to http://www.CommonKindness.com or call (415) 887-9537.

About The Ginger People 
As America’s foremost supplier of all natural ginger ingredients and home to the most award-winning ginger brand, The Ginger People is passionate about all things ginger and committed to its virtues. With state-of-the-art ginger factories in California and Fiji, The Ginger People take pride in being the most quality-oriented and environmentally-conscious ginger producer in the world.

To learn more, go to http://www.Gingerpeople.com or call (800) 551-5382 x225.

Why I Take the Polar Bear Plunge for Special Olympics New Jersey

by Peter Williams, grandfather of Special Olympics Young Athlete

You can help support the Special Olympics and thousands of other nonprofit organizations by using coupons from http://www.CommonKindness.com.

My life and my family’s lives were forever changed on April 20, 2009 when my daughter Kelli told us our beautiful grandson Colin was born with an extra chromosome and Down Syndrome.  Since then, my eyes have been opened to a world of love, caring, joy, accomplishments, disappointments and hope. Most importantly, I’ve learned how many friends and family members Kelli and Chris have that are there for them and Colin.

The CAT Crew (which stands for Colin Allan Tobin) was organized by Kelli and Chris’s friends, Jorie and Zach Gallagher. They had participated in the Polar Bear Plunge in prior years and thought it would be a great way to support the Tobin family, as well as raise money for Special Olympics New Jersey in honor of Colin.

The team soon took off after its creation in late 2009 for our first Polar Bear Plunge in 2010, and that number got bigger for the 2011 Plunge. Over 50 members joined our first team, with a larger number the next year. We are so proud of the fact that we have raised over $71,000 in two years for Special Olympics New Jersey. (Join or support the CAT Crew here)

My two years of fundraising has been an experience I will never forget. Everyone that responded to my request was unbelievably generous and had nothing but kind words to say about the plunge, Special Olympics, our team, and especially Colin. It was amazing how many people told me that they had either done the Polar Bear Plunge or had volunteered for Special Olympics at some time in their lives and how rewarding it had been for them.

My first plunge in 2010 was the most memorable, as it was on my birthday in March. It was the best birthday I ever had. Both years were a surreal experience, with the day full of warm sunshine, cold water, and just a mass of humanity on the beach. It brought tears to my eyes, standing there with my family supporting this great event for Special Olympics New Jersey, all for my grandson Colin.

When I was in the water, I was able to stand and face the beach. When I saw all the people in the water, on the beach and on the boardwalk, it was one of the greatest feelings I have ever felt in my life. I know that I will be doing this every year for the rest of my life with the CAT Crew, and each year will continue to get better as we share more and more experiences in preparing for that day.

From the early morning breakfast, to assembling on the beach, to the anticipation of the Plunge standing with our team and other teams, to the singing of the Star Spangled Banner, to the countdown, to the actual Plunge and finally the after-party for CAT Crew, are moments that make you feel that you are doing good for people.

Finally, I know that Colin being in my life has changed it forever, and by that I mean in such a positive way. I am more of a compassionate man in what I say and do, more understanding, more sensitive to people and their needs, and of having that feeling of wanting to do as much as I can for Colin, for the Polar Bear Plunge, for Special Olympics, and for any organization that supports Down Syndrome.

That is why I do the plunge and why it is now so important to me. I feel I am doing a part in helping people and society, and it is extra special that by raising funds for Special Olympics New Jersey, it will in fact benefit Colin in the years to come.

Take the Plunge
Want to take the Plunge? Go to http://www.njpolarplunge.org/ to join or create a team.

Celebrating its 20th anniversary, the Seaside Heights Plunge, scheduled for February 23, 2013, has grown to more than 5,000 participants who travel from as far as California to be a part of the fun.

Radio station NJ 101.5’s Big Joe Henry, “the Voice of the Plunge” broadcasts live from the Aztec Ocean Resort, site of the Plunge, with interviews, updates and a countdown to Plunge you won’t want to miss.

Registration begins at 9 a.m. with the Plunge scheduled for 1 p.m.

The Wildwood Plunge will take place January 19, 2013 at The Wildwoods Convention Center. This Annual Plunge is catching on throughout southern Jersey and beyond. Complete with (warm) indoor facilities for registration and changing, the Wildwood Plunge has grown in popularity each year.

Registration opens at 10 a.m. with the Plunge scheduled for 1 p.m.

Still Time to Get Back to School Coupons Online at CommonKindness

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No contract, no loading fees and a pay-per-redemption model make getting last-minute Back to School coupon specials in front of consumers fast, easy and inexpensive with CommonKindness.

New data from the National Retail Federation (NRF) indicates that while parents are ready to spend more on school supplies this year, they are also looking to save more.

In order to help brands compete, CommonKindness.com offers a quick way for them to grab Back to School shopping market share by making coupons easy and inexpensive to post on its popular free online coupon site.

“Back to School shopping is in full swing right now—but it’s not too late for marketing managers to help their company grab a bigger piece of the pie by giving shoppers incentive to buy their products,” said Sarah Schloemer, president of CommonKindness.

“Many brand managers are stunned to learn how fast and easy it is to post coupons on CommonKindness, and how even a small budget can give them tremendous exposure to grocery shoppers.”

The NRF reports that 85% of shoppers believe the economy is impacting how, what, when, where and why they shop for school and college items this year. Their newly published 2012 survey indicates that the majority of families (60%) will shop at department stores like Wal-Mart and Target, and the average family plans to spend on average $688 for their K-12 grader.

Coupons Are King

Forget content, when it comes to shopping—coupons are king. A new consumer survey conducted by BIGinsight for the NRF indicates half of online back-to-school shoppers expect to do more comparative shopping this year, and close to half (44.7%) expect to increase their use of coupons.

Coupons That Give to Schools

Free printable grocery coupons on CommonKindness.com do more than help shoppers save money, they help provided needed funds to America’s nonprofit organizations, like Parent Teacher Organizations and anti-bullying groups.

To use CommonKindness.com, shoppers go to the website, quickly register, and designate their favorite nonprofit from the user-friendly directory. They then clip printable grocery coupons for items they typically use or want to try, and head to the store.

For each coupon redeemed, CommonKindness provides 20% of the distribution fee it receives to the shopper’s designated nonprofit group.

To learn more, go to commonkindness.com or call (510) 363-2275.

Back to School Coupons Support Healthy Students and Schools

Online printable grocery coupon leader CommonKindness.com now offers coupons for discounts on healthy breakfast, lunch, and snack items to keep students’ minds sharp while supplying much-needed funds to organizations that improve the quality of school activities.

With school just around the corner, many parents are concerned about how to best prepare youngsters for optimal learning throughout the day. To support that goal, CommonKindess features printable grocery coupons for nutritious, all-natural and organic meals and snacks that boost children’s mental and physical energy, save parents money, and contribute to the nonprofit organizations that enhance their schools.

Nutrition and Academic Performance
Nutrition is an important element of academic success, according to a recent study. In looking at the correlation between diet and academic performance, researchers found that placing 11 year olds on a healthy diet enhanced science scores by 8% and English scores by 6%, while reducing absenteeism due to sickness by 15%.

“The academic demands placed on students and funding requirements placed on schools have never been greater than they are today,” said Sarah Schloemer, president of CommonKindness.com.

“We are proud to offer families discount coupons for all-natural and healthy meal and snack foods that help our children succeed and help fund many of the organizations that benefit our schools.”

Coupons Provide Funds to School Organizations
By donating 20% of its revenues to 501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations, CommonKindness gives parents a way to fund groups involved in educational activities. These include tax-exempt parent-teacher organizations (PTO) and anti-bullying groups like B.R.A.V.E. (Bullies Really Are Violating Everyone).

Coupon users designate which nonprofits will receive funds when they register on the CommonKindness web site.

“People are already couponing, so the CommonKindess model makes funding nonprofits that benefit schools even easier than a cake walk,” said Schloemer.

Promoting a Healthy Diet
Coupons for healthy food products on CommonKindness include deals on Erewhon and Uncle Sam breakfast cereals from Attune Foods, lunch items such as Woodstock peanut butter, Food for Life sprouted bread, and microwaveable Mom Made Munchies, beverages like rbST-free milk from Hershey and new Froose juices, and Somersault sunflower seed snacks.

Erewhon and Uncle Sam Cereals
Erewhon cereal is made from grains of U.S. grown organic brown rice blended with organic brown rice syrup and sea salt to enhance the natural flavor and puffed to its crispy best, creating a delicious, gluten-free breakfast. Uncle Sam Cereal is made from toasted whole wheat flakes combined with whole flaxseeds for a heart-healthy start to the day.

Woodstock Nut Butters
Perfect for the classic PB sandwich or added to a favorite snack, Woodstock peanut butter isnon-GMO Project verified and contains no added salt, palm oil, or sugar. It is great on Food for Life bread, which is made from freshly sprouted organically grown grains rich in protein, vitamins, minerals, and natural fiber with no added fat.

Mom Made Munchies
Mom Made Chicken, Turkey Sausage, Apple Pie, Organic Cheese Pizza, and Organic Bean Burrito Munchies are packed with healthy fruit, vegetables, and grains. Full of flavor instead of junk, Mom Made Munchies are available in two-packs and can be found in the freezer aisle.

Froose
Froose is an innovative new beverage that combines the best of organic whole grains and fruit to make a delicious and nutritious juice alternative. Naturally low in sugar and a good source of fiber, drinking a serving of Froose is as healthy as eating a whole piece of fruit.

Hershey’s Milk
Hershey’s Grade A shelf-stable milk is certified rbST-free and procured from local family-owned dairies. It is aseptically processed under ultra-high temperatures that keep it fresh with or without refrigeration for 13 months, making it ideal for lunch bags.

Somersaults Sunflower Seed Snacks
Sunflower seeds are a nutritionally dense food packed with antioxidants, protein, Vitamin E, minerals, and healthy fats.

Easy to Use

To use these CommonKindness coupons, shoppers go to the website, quickly register, and designate their favorite nonprofit from the user-friendly directory. They then clip printable grocery coupons for items they typically use or want to try, and head to the store. For each coupon redeemed, CommonKindness donates 20% of the distribution fee it receives to the shopper’s designated nonprofit group.

To learn more about CommonKindness, go to commonkindness.com or call (415) 887-9537.

CommonKindness is the new online grocery coupon site that operates on the principle of kindness and aims to benefit consumers, nonprofit organizations, and brands. CommonKindness is revolutionizing the online coupon industry by eliminating coupon loading and change costs, charging brands only for coupons redeemed, and giving 20% of its revenue to nonprofit organizations.