Remember Kids Who are Less Fortunate

We are in a fortunate position. My husband and I are able to provide not just the necessities for our family — including shelter, warmth, food and clothing — but many of the things we want as well. So this year, we asked our kids what they wanted, and were actually able to give them those things. We realize, however, that there are many families and children out there who are not so fortunate.

So when Walmart provided me with the opportunity to spend $100 on toys for needy kids in my community, I jumped at the chance. The challenge was to get as many great toys as possible for the money, and to donate them to a charity of my choice. Watch this video to see how I did.

DISCLOSURE: I am a part of the Walmart Moms program. Walmart has provided me with compensation to share information about their in-store food drive with you. Participation is voluntary and as usual, all opinions are my own. Check out more ideas about giving from my fellow Walmart Moms.

By jennae

Hi! I'm Jennae Petersen and I'm the eco diva who had the bright idea to share my journey toward green living with the blogosphere. Some of you may know me as the founder of Green Your Decor, my blog about eco-friendly home decor, as a Walmart Mom, from Twitter or from my organic cotton t-shirt line Differently Clothing. Stick around for a while!

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