When it comes time to bake cookies this holiday season, make sure you pick up specially marked packages of Land O Lakes butter. Doing so will enable you to enter their UPC code online and make a free $0.50 donation to either Toys for Tots or Coats for Kids.
Other participating brands include International Delight, Silk, and Horizon.
Hanes wants to donate 500,000 pairs of socks to the Salvation Army. Don’t you? Come on, it’ll be nice and help validate the existence of this whole dang site. Okay, tell ya what, just go do me a favor and like Hanes on Facebook. Now click that red “donate” button. No, no, don’t worry, it won’t confirm that you want to make a free donation or anything. All done?
Ha, tricked ya! You just donated a free pair of socks and there ain’t a thing you can do about it. Sucker…
Huggies has started a new campaign called Huggies Every Little Bottom. For every “like” that their Facebook page receives through December 31, they’ll donate a diaper to local organizations. They’re willing to donate up to 500,000 but there’s currently only 121,000 people liking them so let’s start pushing that number up.
Additionally, you can donate one diaper per two points from their Huggies Enjoy the Ride Rewards program. Points are earned from codes found on Huggies products, however they occasionally release free codes that I post on Hey, It’s Free. Below are some recent codes that you can enter. I’m not sure which are still active or not, so feel free to leave a comment if you find any that are expired.
5 Point Codes
1 Point Codes
- Take the Halloween poll
- Take the Potty Training poll
The clothing chain Marshalls will donate $1 to Dress For Success for each key that is earned via their Facebook page through April 28. Keys are earned by taking quizzes based on online videos.
I’ve never heard of Dress for Success, but I’m guessing they clothe people for achievements. Or maybe the help neuter cats and dogs, who the heck knows. I could do a little research on the Googles, but then again, I don’t get paid enough for that.
Wait a minute, I don’t get paid for any of this! I need to demand more benefits the next time I hire myself for something.