Showing posts with label Giving Back. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Giving Back. Show all posts

Tuesday, September 6

#ShareYourSight You Buy A Pair, They Donate A Pair! @glassesdotcom #Ad

I wanted to share with you all this amazing website that gives back when you purchase a pair of glasses. 1.1 Billion People do not have access to an eye exam, let alone a pair of glasses. Together we can change that with partnering with OneSight. I love what this company is doing. After a customer purchases a pair of glasses, donates a pair of glasses to OneSight. They donate to both Local, and Global OneSight Vision Clinics. Since 1988 OneSight Vision Clinics have served 9 million people in 41 Countries and 49 States.

I really believe if you are ordering Eye glasses or Prescription Sun Glasses for yourself, your spouse, and your children, at least order them from a site like that have what I consider great values by donating to OneSight for every pair bought. As a customer all we have to do is go about our normal Order, and does the rest.

I ordered mine online. Ordering Online was easy. There are so many name brand frames, and even prescription sun glasses to choose from.  We had a lot of fun with the Virtual Try On App.  My kiddo is autistic, and sensitive to light. Well fitted Glasses, and Prescription Sunglasses are a must when we go out. I saw great styles for the whole family. What I like about, is that it's great quality eye glasses, and a 100% satisfaction guarantee, if the frame, or glasses are not what you want, you can either have them adjusted at a Lenscrafters Store, or you have 15 Days to return, free. They have whats called a Free In-Home Try-On. I don't know of any other glasses site that does that.

I also wanted to point out the great customer service has. I immediately got a rep the moment I hit recent order on the dial pad. And she walked me through how to measure my sons pupil through the ridge of his nose, and to the center of the other pupil. I can say if you have any questions, or concerns, definitely call, She was one of the nicest Reps I have talked to in a long time about an online order, and how to email them my RX. After I got off the phone with the Eye Glass Specialist Rep from, My glasses were here the next day!

This review was made possible by iConnect Influencer Management and I was compensated for my participation in this campaign, but all opinions are 100% mine.

Sunday, February 24

Save1 meal for someone in need while shopping for things you already buy online! Coupons, and promotional codes too!

I absolutely believe in the concept behind  The majority of us already shop online for most of our major purchases because of some type of discount promotion. has thousands of coupons, and special promotional offers from stores  that I bet you already purchase from.

Did you know about 

I'm just learning about them too, and from now on they will be one of my first go to sites for promotional discounts.  Who doesn't like to save? AND! Give back!

What makes different from the others, is, they give back.  For every purchase, they provide a meal for a hungry child.  I don't know about you, but that makes me feel like I did make a difference. It really is that easy to make a difference!

It's as easy as going to the website, finding the stores you shop at already, and then seeing what promotional offers are listed.

For example, My 2 year old out grew his beloved Shark Bath Towel Hoody.  I searched for Kmart on Save1 since they are right down the street.  I chose the in store pick-up, which means, no shipping fee!  I helped supply a meal for someone in need, and I bought the towel for Sy for $13.00.  I was completely satisfied with this transaction.

This is a sponsored post,  It does not change how I feel about the concept behind Save1.  I wish I knew about this company in November/December when I was Christmas shopping.  Now I do, and so do you! Save Money.  Save Lives!

May your next online purchase make a positive difference!

You can also talk to Save1 directly on Facebook, to help fight child hunger, and reach their goal of 100,000 meals fed.