This post is sponsored by P&G. – thank you, as always, for supporting the brands that support this blog!
P&G has always been a way to help our family save money. They recently revamped into a new program and I must say I love it. We’ve been able to turn our everyday actions into acts of good. Now P&G has a new program called P&G Good Everyday Program.
Now P&G has a new program called P&G Good Everyday Program.
By just purchasing P&G products at participating retailers, you can earn points and redeem them for gift cards, experiences and more. This is a great way to save money over time. Plus, P&G will make an automatic donation to support your preferred cause.
How to sign up?
All you need to do is go to www.pggoodeveryday.com and select your preferred cause.
Then you scan your receipt that includes your P&G purchased products, earn points and select which cause you would like your P&G donation to go to.
Redeem your points for gift cards, sweepstakes and more. You can also use your points to make an even bigger donation to any cause you pick.
Earn and reward yourself. Even by picking a way to redeem your points you are already doing good by using your purchase towards a donation of your choice.
The best part is I love that they offer everyday causes you can choose from. Like their Always #EndPeriodPoverty program. Period Poverty has always been close to my heart since a young age.
Did you know?
Nearly 1 in 5 girls in the US have either left school early or missed school entirely because they didn’t have access to period products. Since I suffered with reproductive issues as a kid, my school never had the necessary must-haves during that time of the month.
On a mission to #EndPeriodPoverty
Since August 2018, the Always #EndPeriodPoverty program has donated more than 32 million period products to girls in the United States with help from Feeding America®, participating retailers, local organizations and people around the country. Let’s work together to donate the next 25,000 period products. One action = one period product to a girl in need.
Now in 2020 I’m hoping this can change. All you have to do is signup for the P&G Good Everyday Program.