Extreme Giving: Dance for a Cure Donates to Children

Posted: 11/29/12 2:00 PM (Modified: 11/29/12 2:01 PM)

I love hearing stories of Extreme Giving and I love hearing how people use couponing and deal finding to bless others.

Kim Clark, founded Dance for a Cure, after losing her father to cancer. Since then, she's raised more than $90,000 for the American Cancer Society. She's determined to make this Christmas one to remember for 11 oncology patients at St. Francis Children's Hospital. Kim and her warriors shopped Kohl's and look at what they bought! Bags and bags of toys that filled up the back of her car.

Kim shares with us: "We purchased toys and coats at Kohl's that were already on sale for 20-50% off.  The day we shopped they had an additional 20% off all toys.  Then if we used our Kohl's card we received an additional 30% off.  We spent $600 and saved $800!"

She also she bought $577 worth of coats for $277.00. In all, Dance for a Cure bought $2,200 worth of presents for just $800. Soon some very deserving kids at the St. Francis Children's Hospital will be on the receiving end of this Extreme Giving.


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