Danielle (Swagname AlternativeMom) from Seattle, Washington found out about Swagbucks from a couponing blog that she follows. Her favorite way to earn SB is running the video apps on her phone using SBTV and especially IndyMusic.tv. Sometimes she even comes across a new artist that she likes! Of course she uses the Swagbucks Search to learn more about the artist and gets bonus SB that way too!
Danielle typically cashes out her SB for gift cards to Target, Walmart or Amazon. She then turns around and uses the gift cards to purchase gifts to be donated to the local Children’s Hospital where her daughter was treated for cancer two years ago. She remembers vividly that her daughter was given a plush Minnie Mouse and it opened her eyes to how a simple gesture like a new toy can be such an aid in healing for a child. She considers it her little way of giving back to her community without compromising her own household budget.
Stories like Danielle’s are not unique but they are still amazing regardless. A Swagbucks user who earns SB and doesn’t use any of the rewards she earns on herself. Talk about being a selfless! We thank you for sharing your story and here is an extra 1,000 SB to help you continue brightening the lives of children who so desperately need smiles.
What could you do (or did you do) with a little extra?
Send your story to firstname.lastname@example.org and include your
2. Swag Name,
3. Where you’re from: city/state
4. How you first came to Swagbucks
5. Your favorite ways of earning SB
6. A photo.
WANT TO NOMINATE SOMEONE?
If you would like to nominate another member to be featured on A Little Extra Stories, please create a video and either post it on Twitter (make sure to include @swagbucks and #SBgoodpeople in your message), post it on our Facebook wall or send a link (or it) via email to email@example.com. Send us an email to let us know no matter what. If we choose that story, the person you nominate will get 1,000 SB and you will get 500 SB
If we didn’t tell yours this week, it doesn’t mean we won’t tell it in the future. There are so many great stories to share. We look forward to hearing yours.
Source: Swag Blog