Kohl’s gave me a gift card and set me free in their store to buy for someone in need in my community.
Given Kohl’s long-standing commitment to children’s health and education programs, we’re hopeful your purchases will ultimately benefit deserving kids. You’re welcome to spend the $250 as you see fit – whether it be on one person, one family or several people who could use some cheer. From those struck by natural disaster, unemployment or health issues, we’re certain you can find a way to “Pay it Forward.” All we ask is that you share this Kohl’s experience with your readers before Dec. 20, encouraging others to “Pay it Forward.”
I picked a card off the Christmas tree at the YMCA and went crazy buying clothes for all the children on the list. Just watch my Kohl’s Pay It Forward Shopping Haul video.
Two More Ways Kohl’s is Giving This Holiday
1) Kohl’s will give up to $500,000 to Toys for Tots. For every new person who “Likes” Kohl’s Facebook page from this Nov. 23 – Dec. 24, Kohl’s will donate $1 to Toys for Tots, up to $500,000. We’d of course love it, if you’d help us get the word out.
2) Gifts that Give Back. This holiday, Kohl’s offers exclusive hardcover books featuring American classic stories such as The Wizard of Oz, The Night Before Christmas and The Velveteen Rabbit along with coordinating plush toys for just $5 each through the Kohl’s Cares cause merchandise program. Also for $5, Kohl’s Cares merchandise brings shoppers a Good Housekeeping cookbook, a holiday CD of greatest hits and seasonal notecards. Under this program, Kohl’s donates 100 percent of the net profit to children’s health and education initiatives nationwide. Since 2000, it has raised more than $208 million for children’s health and education programs in local communities across the country.