Every little bit helps. Make your avarice and consumption a force for good in the world by shopping with smarts — and care.
Not only will you earn points on purchases you make with the U.S. Bank FlexPerks Select Rewards Visa, charitable donations you make with the card will merit you rewards as well.
If you're sitting on a mountain of miles about to expire, don't let them go to waste. Transfer them to someone who really needs them.
If you've got some money to spare, why not consider a donation? These five charities are proven to put your generosity to the best possible use.
Today we found some great articles on over 40 free or cheap ways to give, cool car hacks to try out, and ways to score discounts with customer loyalty.
It's the season for giving — and for grabbing a few more tax deductions. Here are some easy things to donate before the end of year.
Most holiday Secret Santa exchanges have a modest max spending limit — but not these!
It doesn't take a lot to brighten someone's day. Here are more than a hundred of them!
Everybody knows a generous spirit is its own reward. But it's rewarding here on earth, too, and especially in your career.
Charitable giving can be tough on a tight holiday budget. Allow yourself to give in to the holiday spirit with these low-cost, high-impact charity options.
Givers enjoy better health, stronger social bonds, and higher levels of satisfaction than non-givers do. What's the catch? There is none. All you have to do is give.
Start your holiday giving early (and help people and animals in your community) by donating goods to these sometimes overlooked organizations.
Today we found some stellar articles on contributing to charity without donating money, saving this holiday season, and risks happy people take every day.
TOMS leads the way with its "buy a pair give a pair" business model, but plenty more retailers make giving as easy as shopping.
Today we found some great articles on creative ways to give to charity, what to know before buying a vacation home, and rules for following up after an interview.
If your stockpile of coupon-bought stuff is becoming too much to manage, donate some of the surplus to one of these organizations in need.
Don't give something that'll end up in the junk drawer. Instead, try one of these creative gifts that will be appreciated for months (or even years!) to come.
Today we found some great articles on teaching kids how to donate money, cutting the cost of college tuition, and why you need to carry cash.
Charity is its own reward. It's also good for business.
The kids at SXSW raised $120,000 for the Red Cross with just a twitter feed and a website. In less than week. With no advance planning.
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