yes, yes. i know. we all get that feeling in the pit of our stomachs after we've blown through a few thousand in an hour during our xmas excursions. (esp if you're like me, and most of the money was spent on you, not the gifts you thought you were gonna buy. lol) but what if your money spent was donated to charity? cha-ching! easiest way to feel better about yourself. and i'm not talking you walk buy the salvation army bucket and drop in a couple quarters...i'm talking real donations here. :) for example:
Kenneth Cole is offering:
and one of my faves, rugby is offering some cool places to donate too!
go to their website, Rugby Social Action
Blake Mycoskie is not your everyday entrepreneur. A former contestant on The Amazing Race, he was learning to play polo in Argentina — not in a business school classroom — when he came up with the idea for TOMS Shoes. Dismayed to see so many barefoot kids, he committed to an unusual business plan: You buy a pair of TOMS, he gives a pair to a kid that needs them. This summer, Rugby is offering specially designed, limited-edition TOMS, marking the first-ever design collaboration for either company.
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