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A Way to Make a Difference for Others on Prime Day

With Prime Day coming up on Tuesday and Wednesday this week, I’d like to invite you to join me in supporting your local educators or your favorite causes.

If you see a teacher,  homeschooling parent, or micro-school sharing their Amazon wish list, taking a little time to purchase an item or more off their wish list for them means the world to them – and provides needed resources for the kiddos they teach. 

Providing a resource-rich environment and supporting teachers with the tools they need to create more hands-on, multi-sensory, applied learning experiences enhances the learning for all students, no matter how they learn best.

So far this month, I’ve had the opportunity to help out two former homeschooling moms who now teach in more conventional classrooms – one at the preschool level and the other is moving from teaching art at the elementary level to the high school level – totally different needs! 

Also, Prime Day is a good time to check out your local animal rescue’s Amazon wish list and pick up supplies they may need that are on sale. And a good day to donate supplies to your favorite non-profit organizations, especially at a local, grassroots level.  

And, now that Amazon Smile is no longer, if you have a friend or colleague who is a blogger or small business owner, or nonprofit  with an Amazon affiliate link, please consider accessing Amazon through their referral link.

They will get a tiny percentage of whatever you buy in that 24 hour period – at no extra cost to you.  And that will make a difference for their family, business, and/or cause.

Two different friends separately shared this idea with me recently, and I’ve been using it since.  It’s a great way to support people and causes I care about while doing the shopping I was already going to do.  Gotta love that. 

If you click on any of my Amazon links on the blog to make a purchase – thank you!  Your support means a lot to our family, including Tyla, Theo, and Trigger. 

Disclosure: Some links may be affiliate links. As an Amazon Associate. I earn from qualifying purchases.

Shannon Stoltz

Shannon Stoltz is a writer, trainer, and entrepreneur. But her favorite role has been that of work-at-home mom to four fabulous, homeschooled, and now grown, kiddos. Shannon is fascinated with how humans learn, grow, and communicate, and passionate about the importance of embracing our unique gifts, talents, and individuality. She lives in the countryside outside Houston, Texas, with her family, and their menagerie of rescue animals.